I’m a big fan of sports movies from the 70’s and 80’s. Almost inevitably, these movies contain a sports training montage, where you see clips of the main character training and improving under the tutelage of his grizzled mentor. This is most prominently featured in the Rocky movies (truly American classics…except number 5, which is terrible). During the montage (which usually feature some inspirational music, a la “Eye of the Tiger”), the hero starts out terrible, gets frustrated by his failures, gradually improves, and then masters his craft.
Today’s post comes from Jordin Pettit, a former online Blueprint student who worked with Blueprint instructor Kyran McCann to prepare for the September LSAT. You can follow Jordin’s adventures, LSAT and otherwise, on her blog Petite Thoughts.
So as many of you know, I used Blueprint for my LSAT prep needs and I really loved it. I saw a pretty big increase in my practice scores. However, as I got closer and closer to my June date my practice tests and problems got worse and worse.