Hey guys, I have an interview with BCG, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Consulting_Group, next friday and I'm just wondering if any of you have experience with this company and have any tips? Till now I have been doing cases, reading a caseinterview book and practicing mental math, but I suspect it's not enough. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, so I'd appreciate it if any of you could provide me tips to help prepare. I am currently doing my final year of my MEng in engineering physics and I have applied for a consulting position in the Norway office. PS If anyone finds themselves in the same shoes as me, I suggest: *Read Viktor Cheng's book. Not every tip there is good, but it's a great intro into consulting and case interviewing. *Don't underestimate the mental math - they can reject you even if you do just one mistake. I bombed my internship interviews with AT Kearney & Bain last year because I thought "yeh I'm a physicist no way head calculation's gonna be a problem". It turns out these MBA types are really good at arithmetic, multiplication & division. *Practice lots of cases by yourself and then find some fellow candidates that are knowledgeable and motivated to practice interviewing.