Win a Free Copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games

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Not sure if you heard the news, but Blueprint LSAT Prep recently released our own LSAT book called The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. No big deal or anything, but it’s expected to completely revolutionize the way people study for LSAT Logic Games. Again, NBD.

If you’d like to be in on the action, you’re in luck. We’re giving away five free copies of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games.

You can read more about The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games here, but the LSAT book essentially condenses the LSAT Logic Games portion of a Blueprint LSAT Prep course into 561 pages and uses our signature insight and wit to break down 35 real LSAT Logic Games released by Law Services. The LSAT book teaches the “Blueprint Building Blocks” necessary for identifying LSAT Logic Games types and then solving them. After reading The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games, you should be as confident tackling LSAT Analytical Reasoning questions as Blueprint LSAT Prep co-founder Matt Riley — who wrote the LSAT book and has never missed an LSAT Logic Games question on a real LSAT.

Not only that, but each book comes with a free year’s worth of access to a Blueprint LSAT Prep online account, allowing you to log into our website and watch fully-animated HD video explanations for every LSAT Logic Games problem in the LSAT book. The videos are the same as those used in Blueprint’s LSAT prep online course.

Do we have your interest? Good. Here’s all you have to do to be entered to win a free copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games:

1. Live in the United States

2. “Like” Blueprint LSAT Prep’s Facebook page

3. +1 Blueprint LSAT Prep’s Google+ page

4. Email the links to your Facebook and Google+ profile to hank.layton@blueprintprep.com (make sure the +1s tab on your Google+ profile is set to “show this tab on your profile”)

I will verify that you “Liked” and +1’d Blueprint LSAT Prep, and enter your name into the drawing. You will receive a confirmation email that your name has been entered. On April 11 (two weeks from today), I’ll pick five winners at random. Simple as that.

One entry per person, please. No funny business. Also, current or former employees of Blueprint LSAT Prep are not eligible.

If you have any questions about the LSAT book contest, fire away in the comments. Otherwise, good luck to ya! If someone wins who already purchased The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games, he or she will receive a refund for the LSAT book if they provide a proof of purchase.

Oh, and here’s a look at our LSAT book’s awesome cover:

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2 Responses

  1. Erick says:

    I am already taking a BP course. Is the material in the book the same as in the text books?

    • Hank says:

      For the most part, the book is a condensed version of the Logic Games portion of the course. It won’t teach you anything you wouldn’t learn in the course, but it’s great if you’re looking for more Logic Games help/practice.

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