I am confused and have not found an answer anywhere about this so I think I’m safe to ask this. The Beginner Prep School program seems to be designed to where you have your 2 main lifts that you need to complete, followed by a circuit program for the assistance. In Forever 5/3/1, you have a box that lists the number of reps you need to complete for 4 assistance exercises and that you want to do them in a circuit.
However, Jim also says that he has people do pushups during the main work of the squat and then another exercise during the supplementary work. What this tells me is that Jim has two choices for people. You can either superset the assistance work with the squat/bench and deadlift/press and complete the number of required reps, or you do not have to do that and can instead do the circuit instead. The work is all getting done in the end only that supersetting, although efficient in use of time, may also be too much for some people to handle. Am I correct in reading it like this?