Do you work better in a group setting? Would the accountability of a study group help you in your LSAT preparation? The Pre-Law office would like to facilitate the creation of LSAT study groups. Utilize this sign-up to find other LSAT students with whom you can work:
1) Choose whether you prefer an afternoon, early evening, or evening time slot and which day of the week works best for you.
2) In the comment section, please note your preferred email address for group use.
3) We will send an email to students interested in the same times and let you take over planning where you will meet and whether or not you’d like to meet more than once a week!
Once you are in law school, study groups begin forming as soon as orientation is under way. Students in the same section of classes will create small groups to discuss, review, and study together, usually at established times each week either in the evenings or between classes. Many students are able to generate new arguments beyond their own because they have so frequently heard a variety of perspectives in depth in their study groups – and this skill is one that should be fostered long before exam preparation towards the end of the semester.
Make the most of your group – and get a head start on a study habit that will lend to your success in law school! There will be e a new sign-up at the beginning of next semester to accommodate new schedules!