This is Brandon, a 180 scorer with 10k+ hours tutoring the LSAT! I have organized a FREE fundraising Logic Games course to support COVID-19 relief. Here are the OFFICIAL DETAILS:
WHAT IS THIS?
For the first time ever, I will be teaching the public my methods for perfecting the Games section; methods I PROMISE YOU are different and beyond anything you can find elsewhere!
I am also recording all of the lessons and will record homework explanations that I will put up on my new YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCopu62SUlEu4hDIqe8ctPvQ?view_as=subscriber
I will be keeping all of the videos available for free through at least the May Flex test (and very likely for a while after!)
WHEN IS THIS?
This will be 3 consecutive Saturdays, starting this Saturday, April 25, at 1 pm EST / 10 am PST. It is scheduled for 3 hours each day, but my students all know I almost inevitably run a little longer!
REGISTER FOR WEEK TWO HERE: https://avemarialaw.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_V0vR7zSLQ5uWSBmeUl5-eg
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
All you need to do is register for the webinar, make sure you have Zoom installed on your computer, and sign on Saturday at the scheduled time!
AGAIN, REGISTER FOR WEEK ONE HERE: https://avemarialaw.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_V0vR7zSLQ5uWSBmeUl5-eg
As far as materials, all registrants will receive an outline in advance of each lesson. If you have PrepPlus (or some other source for all of the Official LSAT PT's), it will be advantageous, as I will be discussing and assigning games from assorted PT's (to be honest, I still haven't finalized exactly which ones just yet!)
WHAT MAKES THIS A FUNDRAISER?
For years, Ave Maria Law School has sought to find ways for their local pre-law students to have low-cost, high quality LSAT prep. This has led to many events where they have hired me to teach a class that they offer to students at a huge discount.
With the world-wide lock-downs and the economic hardships that so many are facing, Ave and I have been in talks to figure out an option to reach a broader audience.
In hopes of both helping LSAT students and to do what I can to help others during these troubling times, I have promised to donate my paycheck for running this program ($7,750) in exchange for maintaining this program for free!
I am also hopeful to have a "donate now" option on my website that I kindly ask anyone who is willing and able to give towards whatever relief fund I inevitably choose (of course, I will have more details before I ask you to donate!)
I've been completely overwhelmed by the hype and excitement from all of you and look forward to helping you all master this all-important section!
See you Saturday!