Category Archive: LSAT

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RSVP for the Two Webinars on Wednesday, August 30!

After all the excitement of this last week, you may be wondering whether next week could possibly top this one. Wonder no more, because we are putting on two webinars next Wednesday to walk you through the finer points of the LSAT and law school admissions. And if that weren’t exciting enough, you’ll get a discount on our ace LSAT prep materials just for hanging out with us–we’re offering $300 off our live course and $75 off the first month of an online course subscription.

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Total Eclipse of Your Study Plan

Maybe you’ve heard, but I think there’s going to be an eclipse today? Total eclipse, in fact, first one in 38 years (and first one to traverse the entire continent in 99 years). The eclipse will start on the Oregon coast and move eastward across the plains and down to South Carolina, like The Oregon Trail played in reverse.

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A Grouping Game Overview

If you’re a student in one of Blueprint’s classes, you’ve probably wrapped up grouping games recently. What makes an In and Out game different from the rest? How are stable games different from unstable games? And what was a profiling game again? Let’s recap and talk about distinguishing the different types of grouping games from each other.

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To strengthen an argument, you must first know its weaknesses

When we have to fix something in real life, we know we first have to identify the problem. We know this is true even in areas in which we have little knowledge or expertise. And yet, when people are asked to fix stuff on the LSAT, this understanding flies out the window.

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The Number of Law Schools Accepting the GRE Just Doubled (…to Four Law Schools)

In a day, the number of law schools accepting the GRE in lieu of the LSAT doubled. Monday, Georgetown and Northwestern law schools announced that they would begin to accept the GRE. Harvard and Arizona were already there, so that makes four law schools.

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The Logical Rose-ning Section: Your Recap of The Bachelorette’s Season Finale

Rachel Lindsay is a practicing attorney who once took the LSAT. And you, dear reader, are an aspiring attorney who will soon take the LSAT, Rachel Lindsay is also an aspiring married person, serving as the bachelorette on this season of The Bachelorette, the love story these depraved times deserve. And you, dear reader, may also be an aspiring married person? Either way, you definitely have at least a few things in common with Rachel. So every Tuesday, we’re going to be tracking Rachel’s romantic journey on The Bachelorette, and see what we can learn about love, loss, and the LSAT. Bienvenidos a la Sección de Logical Rose-ning.