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Anyone else take the GMAT here? I'm 3.5 weeks out and stressing super hard over it.
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

Anyone else take the GMAT here? I'm 3.5 weeks out and stressing super hard over it.

No but I'm taking the LSAT soon and understand the stress that comes along with taking these tests
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Does anyone find that their sweating is seemingly turned up a few levels following a workout?
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I find it so strange you Americans can't just go straight to university for law or medicine.
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

Does anyone find that their sweating is seemingly turned up a few levels following a workout?

Yep, I'm disgusting for at least an hour afterwards. I shower immediately post workout, eat, then shower again when time permits. I find a huge meal gives me the sweats after too.
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

I find it so strange you Americans can't just go straight to university for law or medicine.

In my state you don't even have to go to law school to become a lawyer. foo.gif
post #33907 of 42352
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

So I've been benching almost a full hand width past regulation for 1.5 years now...

What is regulation? I was doing ring finger on the ring but just recently bumped it out to middle finger and feels better.

Buy a rogue bar with all that smith machine moneys nest.gif
post #33908 of 42352
you need gmat to get to b-school? I thought gre and the likes were the domain of doctoral programs
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Originally Posted by Lagrangian View Post

you need gmat to get to b-school? I thought gre and the likes were the domain of doctoral programs

GMAT is solely for b-school. GRE is for any grad level program, Master's on up, though some b-schools are starting to accept it in place of the GMAT as well.
post #33910 of 42352
ah ok i've always thought they were about exactly the same thing
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

What is regulation? I was doing ring finger on the ring but just recently bumped it out to middle finger and feels better.

Buy a rogue bar with all that smith machine moneys nest.gif

32"
post #33912 of 42352
I meant rules for hand position, not just ring width
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

I meant rules for hand position, not just ring width

Widest hand position for bench press is pointer fingers touching the rings.
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Isn't it just that the rings are covered which is why people use suicide grip?
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Isn't it just that the rings are covered which is why people use suicide grip?

The rules just are that your forefingers must be no greater than 32"/81cm apart.

Doesn't matter where your thumbs are.
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