Vijay was with McKinsey’s New York office for 3 years, where he was extensively involved in recruiting and interviewing in addition to his duties as an Engagement Manager. Vijay earned his MBA from NYU Stern, where he launched a mentorship program for 1st year MBAs seeking to get into management consulting and co-wrote Stern’s consulting case-interview guide. He is passionate about teaching and has personally mentored dozens of candidates on both case and fit interviews.
Maciej worked for The Boston Consulting Group in Warsaw, Poland. He joined BCG in 2011 as a Visiting Associate, progressing via Associate and Senior Associate to Consultant. At BCG Maciej mainly worked with Financial Institutions on strategy, due diligence, Post-Merger Integration, cost cutting, sales force efficiency and target operating model projects.Within BCG, outside of project work, Maciej was an interviewer, carrying out 2-3 candidate interviews per week. He was responsible for international recruiting initiatives, focusing on candidates from UK and US universities. He organized multiple recruiting events across UK universities.
Ravi has substantial management consulting experience with McKinsey & Deloitte in US & India offices. He was playing role of Engagement Manager at McKinsey, managing team of associates and analysts. Being the lead campus recruiter at McKinsey and having interview experiences across McKinsey, Deloitte & Oliver Wyman, Ravi has a sense of individual firm culture and expectations. He is very passionate about helping candidates crack management consulting interviews.
Deniz Ahmet is a Senior Associate at the Boston Consulting Group in Istanbul with 3 years of consulting experience. At BCG, he is involved in recruiting and is training to become an interviewer. He has MPhil in Management from the University of Cambridge, and BSc in Economics from the University of Warwick. During his time at Cambridge, he prepared +50 candidates with some receiving MBB offers.
Meghan has 5 years of management consulting experience with BCG and two boutique consulting firms in the US, Europe, India, Middle East, South America, and SE Asia, and thus has a great sense of different cultures across firms and office locations. She played the role of Project Leader, managing a team of pre and post-MBA consultants, and was extensively involved with office-specific and national recruiting. A graduate of Harvard Business School, Meghan is currently working for a US insurance carrier with P&L responsibility, and is a professional violinist on the side.
Michelle has over 6 years of management strategy experience, having spent three years with BCG in Asia and Europe, before leading strategy operations in a top pharmaceutical company. She is passionate about helping candidates achieve their full potential. Beyond case interview techniques, she puts great emphasis on identifying candidates’ unique strengths, enhancing personality traits that fit with the firms. Michelle has worked as an interviewer for both campus recruiting and experienced hiring. During her MBA at Stanford, she helped various candidates to secure offers in McKinsey, Bain and BCG. She has a B.A. degree from Peking University in Asian Studies and Economics.
Elena worked for almost 3 years in management consulting, first in Strategy& and then in McKinsey in Milan. She is currently taking an MBA at Columbia Business School. Before working in consulting, Elena studied Civil Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. During her working experience, she provided guidance to 10+ graduate students, especially women that wanted to pursue a career in management consulting, helping them with cases preparation.
Sulabh has 2.5 years of experience working with BCG in India, Singapore and USA offices. He is a graduate from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and holds a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. At BCG, Sulabh has been an active part of campus recruitment and has mentored 35+ students for their interview preparation. Post BCG, Sulabh has been part of early stage technology start-ups in India and has continued to help candidates ace through consulting interviews.
Paolo is a Senior Associate at BCG in Milan. A Nuclear Engineer from Politecnico di Milano, Paolo worked for 4 years in the Power and Oil & Gas Sector (FMC Technologies) before attending a full-time MBA first at Chicago Booth and then at SDA Bocconi / Duke - Fuqua. He landed 7 offers from Consulting firms during his full-time MBA (BCG, Bain, AlixPartners, ATKearney, LEK, Strategy&) and he provided extensive preparation to 40+ candidates, while being interviewer at The Duke Fuqua Consulting Club.
Francesco is a McKinsey-sponsored MBA student at Columbia Business School. Before joining McKinsey, where he worked for 2.5 years, he got a Bachelor Degree in Energy Engineering and a Master Degree in Nuclear Engineering, both from Politecnico di Milano. Right out of university, he landed 5 offers from major consulting firms (McKinsey, BCG, Bain, Booz and Deloitte) and he has assisted 15+ candidates in consulting interview preparation since. In addition, he has participated in mentoring activities both with younger McKinsey colleagues and with Politecnico students.
Zaccaria is a McKinsey-sponsored MBA student at the London Business School. He studied Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering in Genoa, Stockholm and Barcelona. Subsequently, he joined McKinsey, where he worked 2.5 years. He started coaching students while working at McKinsey, and also worked for Mentors4U, providing guidance and practice to graduates willing to become consultants. At the London Business School, he has been selected as Consulting Peer Leader, and has conducted 100+ cases with students as well as working professionals looking to switch career into consulting.
Giulia is a McKinsey-sponsored MBA student at Columbia Business School. Before joining McKinsey, where she worked for two years, Giulia got her bachelor and master degrees in Management at Pisa University. In McKinsey, she was involved in recruiting, with a specific focus on women and recent graduates. Thanks to this experience, she got the opportunity to closely follow and mentor several candidates through the entire selection process.
Xabi is an operations and strategy consultant with 2 years of experience at McKinsey & Company.
He is an industrial engineer and MBA at IESE Business School. Having successfully gone through McKinsey's recruitment process and coached more than 20 classmates and colleagues that are applying to consulting firms, he can help you overcome the challenging MBB case interviews.
Daniel worked in consulting for nearly 6 years, with the first 5 years spent at Booz and Company (now Strategy&) and last one at McKinsey. He interviewed candidates in his time at Booz and Company. During his MBA, he coached 50+ candidates, helping them not only improve their delivery and structure of their cases, but also helping them prepare well for the fit portion of the interview, which was often underestimated. He studied Literature in France before moving to Texas and switching to Finance. He is also an entrepreneur.
Daniele is a Bain-sponsored MBA student at the London Business School. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics Engineering and a Double Master’s Degree in Mathematical Engineering. He has worked as a Consultant in Bain for 3.5 years across Europe and South-East Asia advising major clients on Strategy and Performance Improvements cases. Before MBA, Daniele has mentored many junior colleagues as well as potential candidates. At the London Business School he has been selected to collaborate with the career service as a Consulting Peer Leader, and has conducted 50+ mock-interviews.
Vasilis is a McKinsey-sponsored MBA candidate at the London Business School. Prior to McKinsey he completed his Bachelor in Physics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and his Master of Finance at ALBA Graduate Business School. He joined first Accenture Management Consulting and subsequently McKinsey in Athens. At McKinsey, Vasilis helped leading companies in South Europe and the Middle East in Strategy, Sales and Marketing, Operations and Risk. He was part of the recruitment team in Athens, organizing multiple recruitment events for students. During his MBA Vasilis coached more than 20 classmates, who received offers from McKinsey, BCG and Bain.
Michal is a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain London office. He first graduated from London School of Economics (BSc Management) and then completed a Masters course in Financial Economics at the University of Oxford. Michal has been at Bain for nearly three years, and in this period he worked in a variety of industries, ranging from online retail to pharmaceuticals to jet engines. He has also been involved in the company's case interview process, having designed some of the questions being used in the official interviews. Michal informally mentored numerous candidates since he himself secured offers at all Big 3 (MBB) companies.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, Our interviews never expire so you can schedule them whenever you prefer and over the timeframe tha suits you best.
Once you schedule your interview, you'll receive a confirmation email with a reschedule link. You can reschedule your interview up to 5 hours before its scheduled start.
Absolutely. We strongly invite you to interview with different Coaches as it will be helpful to test different approaches.
Interview services are non-refundable, but they also never expire. In addition, you can transfer or sell unused hours to another aspiring applicant.
We do understand that setbacks happen to everyone so we have this policy in place to ensure no one is treated unfairly. However, we do encourage interviewers and interviewees to come to a mutual agreement and resort to this policy just in case of disagreement.
A booking can be rescheduled up to 5 hours prior to the interview. Please, consider the time zone of your interviewer and make sure the cancellation happens at sociable hours. If the booking is rescheduled less than 5 hours before the interview, it is up to the interviewer to accept the new time or to charge for the interview. Clearly, if the interviewee fails to show up for the case, it is at the interviewer discretion to charge or rearrange a new time.