Blueprint LSAT Prep Expanding to Washington D.C.

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Blueprint LSAT Prep Expanding to Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. has too long been bereft of effective LSAT prep, so this spring, Blueprint LSAT Prep will be expanding to our nation’s capital to bring the good word of the LSAT to all denizens of the district.

Blueprint’s LSAT class will be located near the George Washington University campus, which puts it right smack dab in the middle of Washington D.C., and should be convenient for any LSAT students in D.C. area. The class will be taught by LSAT aficionado Clint Morrison, who brings a Georgetown education and an acting background to the course, which should mix for a tremendously educational and entertaining LSAT class.

Blueprint’s LSAT course is the cheapest of the major test prep companies at $1225, has the most hours of live instruction of the major companies at 100 hours, and pays its instructors more than the major prep companies at $60/hr. In Washington D.C., spring and summer will be our first LSAT classes there, so we are going to provide every student personal attention to make sure that everyone has a great experience.

Which means, succinctly, that in out Washington D.C. LSAT courses, Clint will be able to give each student a huge amount of personal attention, thus making it an extremely effective learning environment for every student.

Check out Blueprint’s Washington D.C. LSAT course schedule if you’re interested in the D.C. LSAT class. And you know you are.

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