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LSH666
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Hi everyone! Just wanted to run a quick survey for anyone who is currently studying for the LSAT!

Are you having issues with being productive while studying?

Would you consider using a wearable (non-intrusive) solution that analyzes your brain data and helps you achieve optimal productivity?

How much would you be willing to pay for it?

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Scrantonicity2
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I don't want to derail a thread made in good faith out of sincere interest. I really don't.* But I feel so strongly about this kind of thing that I can't leave it alone. 

"Optimizing" is for processes and products. Human beings are something else altogether. I'm not opposed to looking at how things (studying included) could be done better, and I'm not opposed in principle to technological assistance. But lawyers and law students are already out here measuring out our lives in 6 minute increments. I really, really don't think the answer to what ails the world is to act like we can make people into robots. We are beautiful, awful, sentient bags of flesh. We have needs and flaws that defy that kind of mechanization.

Rant over.

TLDR: No I would I would not be interested.

*Although, if you're gearing up to marketing the kind of product you describe, you might be skating close to the self-promotion rules.

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LSH666
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18 hours ago, Scrantonicity2 said:

I don't want to derail a thread made in good faith out of sincere interest. I really don't.* But I feel so strongly about this kind of thing that I can't leave it alone. 

"Optimizing" is for processes and products. Human beings are something else altogether. I'm not opposed to looking at how things (studying included) could be done better, and I'm not opposed in principle to technological assistance. But lawyers and law students are already out here measuring out our lives in 6 minute increments. I really, really don't think the answer to what ails the world is to act like we can make people into robots. We are beautiful, awful, sentient bags of flesh. We have needs and flaws that defy that kind of mechanization.

Rant over.

TLDR: No I would I would not be interested.

*Although, if you're gearing up to marketing the kind of product you describe, you might be skating close to the self-promotion rules.

Thank you for your feedback! I thought your perspective was insightful and thoughtful, and I appreciate that you took the time to offer your candid opinion on the matter. 

For total transparency, I am not gearing up to market any product. I am helping a startup company develop a business plan for its product idea, for which it has yet to develop a prototype. The startup is trying to validate its problem statement by procuring feedback from various potential customer verticals on whether its proposed solution would address their productivity-related pain points. The startup is far too early in its corporate lifecycle for self-promotion and is only trying to gauge whether a market opportunity exists. 

As a law student, I suggested that they try surveying Canlawforum users who are currently studying for the LSAT to gauge whether they were facing any challenges while studying.

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