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2021.09.28 16:30 Boruta4 Foggy night in Saint Denis

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2021.09.28 16:30 rvill651 For the first time my junk/plastic bag drawer no longer has any plastic bags.

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2021.09.28 16:30 Mavmaramis Details of colourful onion domes of St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow. Photos circa 1980.

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2021.09.28 16:30 Denominatorxero Picked up these bendy James volts from Jim Conrad his dad! He is helping in development of a local disc golf club for the local high school!

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2021.09.28 16:30 person708 Anime where op is underestimated or hides powers

Recently been watching shows like mob psycho, classroom of the elite and the irregular at magic high and would like to watch something similar.
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2021.09.28 16:30 CrimsonApostate [Gifted] some little things <3

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2021.09.28 16:30 HalexB Fate dice pools

I'm literally fudging with Fudge Dice. Here's a mechanic I'm fiddling with: You roll a pool of n Fate dice (where n is any number of dice from 2 to 10+). If the sum total of the pool is 0 or less, you use a finite in-game resource to reroll -1s and 0s. If the sum total is again 0 or less, you use the same resource and reroll. What are the probabilities for each pool size of dice as n above? Is rolling more dice beneficial for the player, i.e., a higher change of sum total of +1 on first roll?
An example:
Player rolls 4F, and the dice come up + 0 - - for a total of -1. Player rerolls all dice but +. Next, he rolls + 0 0. The four dice would be + + 0 0 for +2. Rolling ends. Would a higher size pool benefit the player so he would have to reroll less than a lower size pool?
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2021.09.28 16:30 TheCitidel2021 Born to Be Wild S02E10

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2021.09.28 16:30 LearningRainbows Atlanta spa-shooting suspect pleads not guilty in 4 killings

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2021.09.28 16:30 farklinkbot "Sooo, about that dream holiday in Cornwall your family's been waiting for all year... turns out we overbooked your hotel, so here's one in Uxbridge instead. Have a great day"

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2021.09.28 16:30 asmajda Nuclear energy and renewables for cryptocurrency mining

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2021.09.28 16:30 Scott_TargetTestPrep GRE or GMAT: Which One Do I Take?

GRE or GMAT: Which One Do I Take?
Not too long ago, if you were applying to business school, your only option was to take the GMAT. Today, the vast majority of business school applicants have the option to take either the GRE or GMAT. In this article, we’ll provide some guidance on how to choose which test to take, including discussing the difference between GRE and GMAT content and answering one of the most frequently asked questions we hear: Is the GRE easier than the GMAT?
Today, the vast majority of business school applicants have the option to take either the GRE or GMAT.
Let’s begin by considering the schools you’d like to attend.
Do Your Desired Schools Accept the GRE?
The obvious initial point of consideration is whether the schools to which you’re applying actually accept the GRE. Of the business schools that require applicants to submit a standardized test score, all accept the GMAT, and essentially all now accept the GRE. A list of all business schools that accept the GRE can be found on the ETS website. Lists and policies change, so be sure to do your due diligence by getting in touch with the programs that interest you, to confirm that they do in fact accept the GRE.
If all of the schools to which you’re applying accept both the GMAT and the GRE, your next point of consideration is whether any of the schools openly prefer the GMAT to the GRE.
Do Your Desired Schools Prefer the GMAT?
As recently as 2017, some of the elite schools in the U.S. stated a clear preference for the GMAT over the GRE. However, they have changed their (written) policies, and admissions websites of all of the top schools indicate no preference for one test over the other. Even the stodgy London School of Business now states:
“We accept the GRE, however, you should be aware that some employers may ask for a GMAT score.”
However, there does appear to be an unwritten preference for the GMAT at some schools, as evidenced by the lower acceptance rates for GRE applicants scoring in the same percentile rank as their GMAT counterparts.
Be sure to verify the facts with the schools to which you are applying. Start by reading their admissions policies on their websites. If you have questions, contact the schools. Don’t be afraid to reach out; admissions people are usually more than willing to help.
TTP Pro Tip #1
The next consideration is your career goals.
What Are Your Career Goals?
As if deciding between the GMAT and the GRE were not complex enough, students may also need to consider their career goals post-business school. For some time, certain employers have been asking applicants for copies of their GMAT scores. This practice is particularly common in management consulting and banking. Some companies are particularly interested in an applicant’s Integrated Reasoning score and Quant score; Integrated Reasoning is found only on the GMAT. So if banking or management consulting is in your future, you may want to take the GMAT. Of course, your best approach will be to get to know the companies to which you’d like to apply after you earn your MBA. Network with people who are in the know at these companies. See what they have to say. Do insiders recommend one test over the other? Are hiring managers interested in your performance on the Quant section of the GMAT? Do your research.
Still Unsure of Which Test to Take?
Let’s assume all of your schools accept either test, have no preference about which one you take, and your future career goals aren’t steering you toward one test or the other. In that case, there are some other factors to consider.
Firstly, have you begun studying?
Have You Begun Studying?
If you’re just beginning your preparation and you’re not sure whether to take the GRE or GMAT, it’s wise to get a baseline score for each by taking an official practice test for each. You can take an official GMAT practice test from mba.com. The GRE counterpart lives here.
Take each exam under test-like conditions and do your best. If one score percentile is significantly greater than the other, you may have an advantage on that test. For example, if you earn an 89th percentile score on the GMAT and a 57th percentile score on the GRE, you should probably consider preparing for and taking the GMAT.
It may be helpful for you to convert your GRE score to an expected GMAT score. Here is a tool from ETS to calculate predicted GMAT scores based on an applicant’s GRE Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning scores. Keep in mind that the conversion isn’t perfect, but it is a reasonable approximation.
If you earn similar scores on both your GMAT and GRE practice exams, you should then consider the mechanics of each exam.
TTP Pro Tip #2
The Mechanics of the GMAT vs GRE
On the GRE, you’ll face a 60-minute Analytical Writing section that requires you to write two essays, each with a time limit of 30 minutes. There are also two Verbal Reasoning sections, each 30 minutes long, and two 35-minute Quantitative sections. In addition, there will also be one 30- or 35-minute (Verbal or Quant, respectively) experimental section, which will not count toward your score.
On the GMAT, you’ll face one 30-minute essay, one 30-minute Integrated Reasoning section, one 62-minute Quantitative section, and one 65-minute Verbal section.
Both tests take about the same time to complete. The total test time for the GRE is 3.75 hours (3.5 hours if you take the paper-based GRE). The total test time for the GMAT is 3.5 hours. So, you’ll need to build test-taking stamina regardless of which you take.
The GMAT is adaptive on a question level. That is, after you answer each question, the computer determines whether to give you a harder question or an easier one. When you correctly answer questions, succeeding ones are more difficult, but when you incorrectly answer questions, the ones that follow are easier (and are worth fewer points). You can’t skip around on the GMAT; you must answer the question presented to you before moving to the next one.
The GRE is adaptive on a per-section basis, not on a per-question basis like the GMAT. On the GRE, you’ll have two graded Quant sections (20 questions each) and two graded Verbal sections (20 questions each). So, instead of individual questions changing based on your correct or incorrect responses, the sections will become more or less difficult due to your performance on previous sections. It’s the same concept as the adaptive strategy used on the GMAT, just applied in a broader way. Whereas you can’t skip around on the GMAT, the GRE allows you to skip around within each section.
Key Fact #1
Ability to Skip Questions
Some students like that the GRE provides the flexibility of being able to skip around within a section. If you take a GRE practice test or two, you’ll be able to get an idea of whether this feature is helpful to you. Some students improve their scores by being able to skip around. Other students find that once the time pressure is factored in, they have little time available at the end of a section to return to questions they skipped.
Calculator for Math
The GRE provides a simple on-screen calculator on the Quant sections. Some students choose to take the GRE because of this calculator. Taking the GRE just because you can use a calculator is a big mistake. The calculator cannot do the thinking for you, and its availability will likely be of minimal help. The GRE is a thinking test, and although there will be calculations to perform, the majority of the work you’ll be doing on the Quant sections will be analytical reasoning. In other words, you’ll be thinking more than you’ll be crunching numbers. If you’re a person who truly has a hard time doing multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction, take a few GRE practice tests and determine whether the calculator is of significant help to you.
There is no calculator allowed for the Quant section of the GMAT. However, on the Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT, a calculator is provided. As with the Quantitative section of the GRE, don’t overly rely on this tool. The GMAT is a thinking test; don’t expect a calculator to help you think.
To read the complete article, please view Target Test Prep's blog.
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2021.09.28 16:30 WhyAlwaysMe1991 Murray or stafford for starting QB this week?

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2021.09.28 16:30 CoinjoyAssistant Facebook to invest $50M on Metaverse growth

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2021.09.28 16:30 Better-Solution-7410 I tried drawing Baryon Mode Naruto

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2021.09.28 16:30 MugShots LVMPD Traffic Alert

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2021.09.28 16:30 Trickycoolj Train Derailment

Both of my inbound packages have been flagged for train derailment and one day delay. That day is today and clearly it’s not surfacing anywhere. I’m assuming it’s referring to Amtrak’s big derailment in Montana. So what happens in this situation? Do they go retrieve things and get them on alternative transport?
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2021.09.28 16:30 Aidenfred 果然不开亚服是正确选择啊

果然不开亚服是正确选择啊 频道没有卖金的,也没有工作室,也没有中文刷屏
顺便有人已经把Xi Jinping这名词抢注了。本贴慢慢更新,嘿嘿
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