The three Blueprint founders each taught standardized tests well before starting their own company. Two did so to subsidize graduate school stipends while the third dearly wanted to avoid law school. They found that test preparation, as it was practiced, utilized dry curricula and even dryer teaching methods. As they developed ways of overcoming this problem a theme emerged:
In 2005 Jodi, Trent, and Matt decided to make an LSAT company founded on two principles. They wanted to make their classes and materials interesting enough that students would actually enjoy studying and they wanted to make a company for which they'd want to work.
Blueprint's books don't look like LSAT books, its classes don't feel like test prep classes, and its instructors, well...they're kind of rock stars. Slightly unusual LSAT rock stars, but rock stars nonetheless.
But this isn't fun for the sake of fun. It's fun for the sake of performance, and our results demonstrate that our methods work. Blueprint students average a practice exam score increase of 11 points, an amazing achievement on a test that is scored on a scale of 120-180. Since 2005, Blueprint has offered the best LSAT courses anywhere, so much so that comparisons with other companies are somewhat embarrassing (for them, of course).