THE #1 RECRUITING GUIDE FOR BIG 4 FIRMS: KPMG, PWC, EY, AND DELOITTE

Prepare for interview day with an insider’s advantage and all the tools you need to land a Big Four offer:

►Complete insider’s guide to navigating the recruiting process

►3 editable resumes & cover letters Big Four recruiters love

►30+ real Big Four interview questions and PERFECT answers

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Interview Q&A

Get over 30 common questions that candidates don’t know and learn exactly how to answer them.

Resume guide

Optimize your resume to what the Big Four recruiters are looking for and ensure your resume is at the top of the pile.

Ask the interviewer

Learn what questions you should ask the interviewer to show you’ve thought critically and researched the firm and role.

how to network

Leverage networking templates for email and LinkedIn and how to bet use them to get responses and build relationships.

leverage experiences

Our guide is written by Big Four employes with experience in multiple firms on both sides of the interview table.

compensation stats

Learn how much professionals at the Big 4 are bringing home each year and what you can expect out of your offer.

GET MORE THAN JUST AN INTERVIEW GUIDE

The Big 4 Blueprint is the product of hundreds of hours of research by Big 4 veterans before and after the interview process. 

HERE’S WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:

I was able to answer almost all of my Deloitte interview questions based off the ones I read in the book. It was so much less stressful knowing that I would have good answers to the questions; I felt relaxed and it improved my performance.

Kelly W.

The LinkedIn and cold email templates were pretty helpful. I didn't have a LinkedIn before but I got 5 people to forward my resume to their manager just copying and pasting the template and changing the info. Ultimately I got an interview with KPMG.

Jeff M.

The answers the book gives to these questions really helped me to think about how I could frame my past experiences in class to get me a job. I was definitely way more prepared than I was last year.