Originally Posted by epic
If you set your mind to it and have a decent program you can get good. I had a student a few years ago that decided she was going to ski. She took a lesson once a week with me all season and went from never-ever to pretty darn good able to ski Stowe's hardest marked trails. She told me "I'm going to be a skier" I said "this is what you need to do", and she did it. Just commit and do it. I knew she was committed when she showed up for the second lesson with a pair of new boots from the best bootfitter in town.
best boot fitter in town under sales Inner boot works quite a bit :).
IMO starting next week and going for a month straight with 3 days a week. If your 21(guess from your screenname) and reasonable athletic and a girl(more willing to accept others ideas IMO). Id say being able to ski blue runs 100 percent matching and in control. maybe more or less who knows. Come back and tell us.
I have had a couple 3 days never ever lesson this year and watch everyone of them ski easy blues matching(mostly) by the end. One was a 40 ish year old women who did tons of stuff but wasnt the most athletic person.
It sounds as if you commited already with full days lessons. and commit to days on snow.
Id also like to echo what Softsnowguy said other activity can help alot.