The most
advanced LSAT
classes ever

If you want an elite score,
Blueprint LSAT Prep's 112 hour classroom course is for you.


Here's what you get:

112 Instruction Hours

The best in-class LSAT instruction available supplemented by online resources

88 Online Hours

Blueprint: The Movie 2.0, the world's most innovative online LSAT course, taught by Blueprint founders Trent and Matt

iOS Mobile App

Cutting-edge interactive questions interface, on-the-go lesson videos, photo scoring, and advanced analytics

3 Textbooks, 15 Practice LSATs

Every released LSAT question (over 7,500 total), including 6 proctored practice tests and 9 additional exams

98th Percentile Instructors

Amazing instructors with 170+ LSAT scores who are screened for teaching ability and personality

112 Instruction Hours

Other companies can't stack up against the depth of Blueprint's classroom LSAT course, which includes 76 hours of lectures, 24 hours of proctored practice exams, 12 hours of online clinics, and hundreds of additional hours of online homework explanations.

With a unique combination of classroom and online resources, our students have more learning tools at their disposal than Albert Einstein holding an Encyclopedia Britannica. No other LSAT prep company can match the scale and flexibility of the Blueprint classroom course. So what are you waiting for? Take your first step toward LSAT (and world) domination today.

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Blueprint: The Movie 2.0

Classroom students now get complete access to Blueprint's comprehensive LSAT curriculum: Blueprint: The Movie 2.0. This includes fully animated, HD videos that correspond to every classroom lesson. These videos are taught by Blueprint co-founders Trent Teti and Matt Riley and are a great way to get an early start on the course, make up a missed lecture, or review classroom concepts.

You'll also receive access to eight supplemental exams, online practice drills to reinforce methodology, scoring analytics so you can pinpoint weaknesses, online explanations for every question in the homework, an LSAT timer for taking practice LSATs and timing homework sections, and our proprietary law school compass so you can see your chances of admission at various law schools. (Did you notice that was all one sentence? That's how good we are.)

88 Online Course Hours
+7,500 Actual LSAT Questions with Explanations

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Blueprint LSAT textbooks

The LSAT is Scared of Our Curriculum.

The price of our LSAT class includes all of your course materials: three books containing hundreds of pages of perfectly engineered LSAT study material. The first book starts with some of the basic concepts in the class, the second book moves to more advanced concepts, and the third book focuses on review and timing. Once you have learned the concepts during our lessons and workshops, we have developed immersive drills available online. Additionally, online homework sections adapt to your own strengths and weaknesses to make sure you are improving through the course.

The 6 proctored practice exams are spaced strategically throughout the course. The first is to establish a baseline of your skill level. Tests two, three, and four are used to diagnose whether or not you're learning the methodology to approach each question correctly. Tests five and six are given to hone your test-taking skills after you've acquired all of your LSAT fundamentals. Should you want more practice, 9 additional full-length exams are available for you to work on timing, test-taking strategies, and general practice before your LSAT.

3 Textbooks
15 Practice Exams
7,500+ Actual LSAT questions at your disposal & 76 actual LSATs.

q 16 Core Lessons

These meetings are devoted to introducing new concepts and strategies.
We use current events or real-life examples to help illustrate challenging material. Believe it or not, your dating life can really help you understand conditional relationships.

q 6 Proctored Practice Exams

You wouldn't go on stage without a dress rehearsal, so why in the world are you going to take the LSAT without some warm-up runs? Blueprint students take six proctored practice exams during the course. By the time LSAT day rolls around, it's just another walk in the park (okay, a pretty stressful walk, but it will feel better).

q 3 Clinics

Near the end of the course, there are three targeted clinics, one devoted to each section of the LSAT (reading comp, logical reasoning, and logical games). At this point in the course, we are covering advanced concepts, and these clinics will help you get those last few, precious points.

q 3 Workshops

Our review workshops are situated at the end of each course book. We cover a lot of material, so it's always helpful to review.


Blueprint has developed powerful techniques for approaching all sections of the LSAT.

We've divided every LSAT logic game, reading comprehension passage, and logical reasoning question into categories and teach you how to recognize each one. We then give you the Blueprint methods for the best way to approach each question, followed by scads of homework to reinforce these techniques.

Our curriculum is updated every year to keep pace with changes on the LSAT. If you take Blueprint, you will be the most prepared student in the room come test day.

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iPhone and iPad applications for our LSAT class
THE BLUEPRINT APP Learning the LSAT just got a whole lot more effective.

Adaptive Homework

Our adaptive homework sets make the most of your LSAT study time. Intelligent question sets analyze your skills and give you problems catered to your strengths and weaknesses, optimizing your ability to learn quickly and effectively.

Customizable LSAT Prep Practice Sets

What you need to work on may be different from someone else. Textbooks can't change from student to student but the Blueprint app can! Our interactive drills allow you to choose the number, type, and difficulty of questions so that you can tailor your course of LSAT study to focus on what you need when you need it.

Interactive LSAT Drills

Reinforce skills taught in LSAT class with online drills that test key LSAT concepts. Learn formal logic, diagramming, causation, and more with the swipe of a hand or from drag and drop drills.

Easy Mobile Photo Scoring

With the Blueprint app you can also score tests online with just a click of your iPhone or iPad camera. Once scored, the app will also generate a host of analytics to let you know concepts you've mastered and areas where you need additional study.

iPhone application
iPad application

Interactive Questions Interface

The app allows you to tackle homework questions online. You can get hints on difficult questions, learn what areas of the argument you should have honed in on for the correct answer, and generate an analysis of not only the types of questions on which you struggle, but the parts of that question, such as logical force or difficult terminology, that are difficult.

The Blueprint app will revolutionize the way you study for the LSAT. MORE INFO M Download on the App Store

Instructors 170+


The Best Instructors


They're super smart. And kinda hot too.

Blueprint LSAT Prep only hires the top 5% of instructors who apply. Not only do applicants have to look good on paper (an LSAT score of 170 earned on an actual test administered by Law Services is required), but they must be able to teach up to our very high standards.

That's why we fly the best LSAT instructors in the world to Los Angeles, where they're personally trained by Blueprint LSAT Prep founders Matt, Trent and Jodi. They spend 70 hours watching presentations, participating in improvisational comedy, and showcasing their abilities by "lecturing" us on various topics ("How to Tell Your Ass From Your Elbow" is our all-time favorite). In the end, it's whether or not they can make us laugh while teaching LSAT prep's core concepts that distinguishes the good LSAT instructors from the best LSAT instructors.

After they're hired, our instructors undergo 118 more hours of extensive training --- including 76 hours of lesson prep and 40 hours of personal mentoring by another veteran instructor. But it doesn't stop there! All new instructors undergo 6 hours of evaluation and feedback to ensure they're teaching the class up to our very high standards.


Training Before Hiring


Training Before Teaching First Class

188 hrs

Total Training (includes six classroom evaluation hours)

Sure, our training process is rigorous and borderline excessive. But that's what it takes to have the best LSAT instructors in the biz --- and having the the best LSAT instructors in the biz is what it takes to have our amazing average practice exam score increase: 11 points (see below for details of study).

Finally, the best LSAT instructors also receive the best LSAT instructor pay: up to $100/hour. So if any other company has a great teacher, we just hire them away.

Graph is representative of a standard instructor candidate. Individual candidates may train more or less depending on experience and aptitude.

We are the largest boutique LSAT prep company in the world.
Since we only focus on the LSAT, we can hire the best of the best.

170 Fewer than 2% of LSAT takers score a 170 or higher

Blueprint hires the best instructors

5 Of that 2%, less than 5% of applicants go on to teach a Blueprint course.

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Actual Blueprint LSAT Prep Student

Up Your Score.

Blueprint LSAT classroom students increase their practice LSAT scores
by an average of 11 points.

Our score increases is measured from the first practice exam in the course to a student's best practice exam. See below for more details. Eleven points is amazing, but we didn't stop there.
Many of our students experience ridiculously huge score increases.

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*Price may vary by location. For more details on our installment payment plan, please refer to the Blueprint Payment and Refund Policy

The "Fine" Print

Success on a practice exam does not always equate to success on the actual LSAT. Unfortunately, we don't have access to our students' actual LSAT scores, so we can't use those to calculate our average increase. This is why we use practice exams when calculating our students' score increases. However, if students are able to replicate these results on their LSAT, an 11-point increase can mean a lot. For instance, if a student scores a 151 (approximately the 50th percentile), then increases her score to a 162, that student has increased her score to the 85th percentile. And that is a very good thing for law school admissions.

Details of our study:

  1. Our study was run in the spring of 2014 and included all qualifying students in all of our classroom courses. To qualify for the study, students had to take all six proctored practice exams given during the course. Repeat students and online course students were excluded.
  2. Our students' average improvement from their first practice exam to their last practice exam (rather than their best) was 9 points.
  3. Our score increase data was calculated by the accounting firm BPE&H using test results taken directly from the Blueprint database.