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# So, how many hours a day do you spend here?

• 19% [10]
• 46% [24]
• 23% [12]
• 0% [0]
• 11% [6]
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08 Nov 2007, 13:15
Sad to say, I think I probably log the most minutes here on gmatclub.com.

When I'm not posting, I'm always reading, moving threads, and constantly refreshing.

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08 Nov 2007, 13:17
2 minutes after you posted this.

'nuff said.
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08 Nov 2007, 13:55
My time on here has definitely increased after I completed the GMAT. Its amazing how you come to this forum for the GMAT, and realize there's so much more.
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08 Nov 2007, 14:04
too many... just look at my daily post count.

Good thing is, I'm usually "in and out". Read the new stuff, reply, and then go do something else.
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08 Nov 2007, 14:06
Alright, who else voted 7+? Who is my partner in crime? Show yourself!
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08 Nov 2007, 14:08
7+ hours is completely insane! You should get paid for spending that much time on here.
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08 Nov 2007, 14:10
I voted 3-4 hours. But like kryzak, I pop in and out all the time. So, while I am not sure if I am spending 3-4 hours in reality, but it definitely feels like it.
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08 Nov 2007, 15:44
emoryhopeful wrote:
7+ hours is completely insane! You should get paid for spending that much time on here.

Praet?
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08 Nov 2007, 15:49
I voted for 7 hours

But I drop in every 30 mins, in between meetings. The first thing I check in the morning is gmail and gmatclub. So yeah...I am addicted...
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08 Nov 2007, 16:05
kidderek wrote:
emoryhopeful wrote:
7+ hours is completely insane! You should get paid for spending that much time on here.

Praet?

Nope. There are times when I spent 3-4 hrs easy, but this is not that frequent. If you reply to posts and PMs, 3-4 hrs goes by fast.

The money is nice, but it is a by product at best. This is just so much fun. So many interesting people with so many interesting stories and so much inspiration.
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08 Nov 2007, 16:19
Praetorian wrote:
kidderek wrote:
emoryhopeful wrote:
7+ hours is completely insane! You should get paid for spending that much time on here.

Praet?

Nope. There are times when I spent 3-4 hrs easy, but this is not that frequent. If you reply to posts and PMs, 3-4 hrs goes by fast.

The money is nice, but it is a by product at best. This is just so much fun. So many interesting people with so many interesting stories and so much inspiration.

Kidding, of course. I don't think you could pay me enough to stay away from this place.
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08 Nov 2007, 17:23
I voted 1 -2 hours

I misread the title.. I thought it meant how long can you not stay away from gmatclub..

count me in the 7hr+ ....
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08 Nov 2007, 17:33
These days less than 1hr (and not daily).
At the height of the waiting season, about 3hs/day (including weekends!)

L.
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08 Nov 2007, 20:45
I voted 3-4 hours. I don't really know how many but it surely feels like a lot
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08 Nov 2007, 22:19
I'm like Lepium. It's definitely not as much these days, but when we were applying last year, GMATclub was a big chunk of every day - and it was worth every minute.
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08 Nov 2007, 23:55
dosa_don wrote:
The first thing I check in the morning is gmail and gmatclub.

me too!

Spend 1-2 hours
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09 Nov 2007, 03:00
emoryhopeful wrote:
My time on here has definitely increased after I completed the GMAT. Its amazing how you come to this forum for the GMAT, and realize there's so much more.

Same thing for me... Talking all the time to your relatives & friends about the application does not provide the same insight as here, and the forum is an amazing resource for ideas and motivations to fuel the application process...

I replied 1-2 hours, but these are spread through the day in 10-15 mins sessions.
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09 Nov 2007, 05:34
I check the forums every one hour or so...
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09 Nov 2007, 12:50
I would say too often, but every time I drop in and browse, I learn something new and valuable. So many cool, intelligent people. Count me in as a fellow addict!
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14 Nov 2007, 02:52
Thank god ..i am not the only one out there with obsessive gmatclub compulsive disorder.
14 Nov 2007, 02:52
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