Category Archive: General LSAT Advice

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Happy Grey Day to the June 2018 LSATers!

Happy Grey Day everybody! For those who aren’t familiar with this special event that occurs an ever-growing number of times per year, Grey Day is the foreboding name used for the LSAT score release date, so called because it’s the day that the green icons on your LSAC account go grey, shortly before your LSAT score is actually released.

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Our Summer Classes Are Your Best Bet to Apply to Law School in 2018

Where do you see yourself in Fall 2019? In law school? Have you started to study for the LSAT yet? No? Well, it’s time.

See, the next three LSAT administrations are in September, November and January. January scores will come out in February, which is kind of late in the admissions process. November scores will come out in December, or right in the thick of things. Not late, but not early either. September LSAT scores will be out early.

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The Pros and Khans of LSAC’s Free LSAT Prep

Back on June 1st, Khan Academy announced, with much fanfare and at least as many emojis, that its free LSAT prep course was live. This course was announced way back in 2017 in partnership with the Law School Admission Council. LSAC instituted many measures to make the LSAT more student-friendly and accessible throughout 2017 and 2018, but in many ways, this was its pièce de résistance — an entirely free online prep program. One that could, theoretically, narrow the gap between affluent pre-lawyers who are able to afford private tutors and commercial test prep and those who cannot.


Blueprint’s Guide to LSAT Testing Centers, Summer 2018

June 2018 Update: With LSAC adding testing centers for the July and September 2018 LSATs, we thought we’d update our guide to LSAC’s test centers. Below, we have every information on every test center within a 40 mile radius of the locations where we hold our classroom courses.

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Today is the Deadline to Register for the July LSAT … And You Probably Should

Today is the last day to sign up for the July 2018 LSAT, and procrastinators everywhere are panicking as they make their final decisions about whether to register. If you fall into the group of people making a last-minute judgement call on whether to register, here are some things to keep in mind:

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Thinking about retaking the LSAT in July or September? We have good news …

Who says LSAC can’t be nice sometimes? I’ll explain, but first, an action item: If you took the June LSAT and you’re not sure how it went or whether you might want to retake, you should register for the July LSAT now. The deadline is tomorrow. Here’s why.

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Your June 2018 LSAT Instant Reaction

Congratulations to all of you brave souls who took the first LSAT of the 2018-19 LSAT season! Now that the exam is done, what to do? Well, you could celebrate extravagantly, like Alex Ovechkin following the Stanley Cup. Or you could celebrate solemnly and joylessly, like the Warriors following the NBA Finals. Or, you can unburden yourself, and chat about the exam you just took.

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Finally, Our Infallible Expert* Makes His Unimpeachable Predictions for the June LSAT

The June LSAT is coming up Monday, so it’s time for our favorite every-few-months ritual: predicting what will be on the LSAT. The usual disclaimer applies — we don’t have any insider knowledge about what’s going to be on Monday’s test. Even if we did, we’d remain silent lest a team of LSAC secret agents show up at our offices with a thirst for vengeance. So, uh, anyway, what follows is a guess. Nothing more, nothing less.