Diulm118 wrote:I cannot find (or see) the actual study guide. Was it taken down? I only see the comments..
It's the very first post of this now super long many pages of posts thread.
It's not a specific day to day/week to week 'do this on this day' calendar type study plan/schedule, but instead is a general guide with suggestions about how to go about studying/prepping using LSAT resources that were available 10 years ago (when this thread was started with the posting of the guide).
Those 'do X and Y this day' calendar type study guide schedules are kinda dumb anyway since different people learn and improve at different paces, start prepping with vastly different baseline LSAT diagnostic/practice test scores, have different target goal scores, end up having different weaknesses they need to spend more time working on, have varying amounts of time available to prep each week, need to prep for different amounts of time to achieve their target score range, fall behind or work ahead of the schedule, etc.
In short, one size fits all study schedules aren't a good idea/very useful due to the nature of the test and various individual differences between people. Prepping effectively for the LSAT to achieve ones particular goals requires tailoring your schedule, prep efforts and focus to your individual circumstances, strengths and weaknesses and rate of improvement. Also, what works for one person may not work for somebody else (this applies to the various available prep books from different companies and different prep courses), meaning that there is no magical guaranteed to work for you study guide/plan, set of prep books/guides, prep course, methods, etc. With each, YMMV so you may have to try different things and make adjustments as you go to figure out what works best for you to help you hopefully get to your goal score.