I second Oklahoma State’s recommendation to keep rep ranges lower.
Singles, doubles, and the occasional triple are the rule for competition lifts. Often the snatch is worked for more reps than the C+J (e.g., 2 or 3 instead of 1 or 2). When multiple reps are performed, it is always advisible to reset between reps; each rep is performed as a single. When multiple reps are done in the C+J, lifters will usually perform all the cleans in sequence and then all the jerks in sequence. For instance, when I do a double at moderate load, I power clean the weight, front squat it, lower it to the floor, quickly reset, squat clean it, jerk the weight overhead, drop it to my shoulders, and jerk it again.
Check out the other threads on Oly lifting for more info. The only other bit of info that I feel at all qualified to offer is that oly technique changes substantially beyond 80% 1RM. This is by no means to say that you shouldn’t ever lift below 80%; it just means that you don’t use the normal Westside percentages for your speed work; a max clean, unlike a max deadlift, is still speed work.