You will get a lot more value out of it this way because frankly there are very FEW practice opportunities available.
Don't use them up by just reading them, use them by ATTEMPTING to answer them first.
This is certainly something that is tested during a live, in-person, face-to-face case interview.
It is also a skill that is often tested in a variety of formats including written tests before the first in-person case interview question is asked.
To summarize conceptually # deaths* = (# Volvos on the road) X (# passengers in the car) X (% chance of having an accident) X (% likelihood of dying in the event of an accident**) X (Miles driven per year) X (Driver's Likelihood of getting into an accident) * assuming fewer deaths = safe car ** this can be computed from the original statement More Mc Kinsey PST Resources Additional Resources If you found this post useful, I suggest becoming a registered member (it's free) to get access to the materials I used to pass 60 out of 61 case interviews, land 7 job offers, and end up working at Mc Kinsey.
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3) # passengers in the car - Perhaps single people drive Volvo's so there's only one person in the car, compared to say a Toyota which is perhaps a family car which perhaps carries more passengers.
So maybe when a Volvo crashes it kills the 1 person in the car more OFTEN, but in other car brands people die LESS OFTEN, but there are MORE passengers.