LOL... probably a bad place to ask this question, because most of you wouldn't be populating this place if you weren't. Still, I've found that not all those who say they are motivated really are, and I know this because I was that person, 3 times over. NO MORE!
I'm an under-performer on the LSAT. 3 official lsats, all below 150 (last PT was 153), but since I've realized that beating this test is something I really, TRULY want to do, I've placed myself in "PUSH IT" mode, and am looking to kick all kinds of LSAT butt this summer. For the first time in the last 3 years, I'm settled in for the summer and finally have the time to get deep into the material, and I'm looking for like-minded individuals, who are planning to take the September LSAT (preferably) or later.
I'm establishing a virtual TEAM environment for very motivated folks who are willing to put in VERY hard work to make this summer a huge LSAT success come the end of September. The idea is to have 6 to 7 people per team to keep the efficiency of the collaborative learning process manageable. So far, we're still working on our first team (3 more teammates needed for Team I).
If we gain enough members for more than 1 team, then subsequent teams will use the same structure as Team I and will be responsible for its 6-7 members. Team I will assist in getting these teams organized but will leave up to individual team leaders how to proceed based on its teammates' preferences. The structure was created such that each team members has responsibilities to the team, and this is just so we know that everyone is doing their part, for the team's success, and perhaps more importantly, for their individual success.
I am currently working on a general study agenda but it cannot be set in stone until TEAM I is complete (I'd like the team to contibrute suggestions to it before its finalized). We're hoping to get people who have at least taken their initial diagnostic before we close each group. We're using Powerscore study materials (just the bibles and any others you need individually)as the basis of learning, and we'll proceed throughout the summer with dicussion on approach to different question types, detailed PT review. we'll even be paying due attention to stress management and maintaining healthy habits throughout the summer, and will be keeping teammates informed about the application process and law school research.
IMPORTANT: This is not a group of LSAT experts though we do have a couple of professionals watching over our progress and providing help in their free time.
If you've got facebook and if you're almost TOO MOTIVATED, then please check out the group description and recent news here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/group.php?gid=89415966476
. If it's something you can devote real time to, please request to join. If you have any questions, please pm me.
Study groups are very difficult to maintain, so I'm hoping that by keeping each team small, we can overcome this. But thus far our main obstacle is finding really motivated people.
Thanks for reading!