Category Archive: LSAT


So How Much Should I Really Be Studying for the LSAT?

Summertime and the prepppin’ is easy. Well, sort of. On the one hand you have tons of time now that you’re not in school (unless you’re a working man or woman), but on the other hand it’s very easy to overdo it. Here are my tips for getting the most out of your LSAT prep this summer.

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Sign up for Classes in LA, OC, Berkeley, and NY Beginning This Weekend!

If you’re reading this blog, odds are that summer means study time, and that September means the LSAT. That’s because you have a little less than three months before the LSAT comes around on September 16th, so it’s time to kick it into high gear and start studying. Plenty of time to learn the ins and outs of that exam, but it’s definitely a good idea to start studying sooner rather than later.

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The Logical Rose-ning Section: Your Recap of The Bachelorette, Episode 4

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. Welcome to the Logical Rose-ning Section.

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Register Now for Next Week’s Webinars on the LSAT and Law School Admissions

In a couple weeks, we’re going to celebrate our nation’s independence. But don’t you want to go into the Fourth of July knowing more about the LSAT and about law school admissions? We’re here for you with two webinars next Tuesday, June 27. What’s more, attending one of these webinars will get you $300 off a Blueprint in-person class or $75 off your first month of the Blueprint online class. Here are the deets:


Counterpoint: The New LSAT Schedule Is Trash

Yesterday, we talked about all the great benefits resulting from LSAC’s recent decision to offer two additional test dates per year. Today, I’m here to poop on everyone’s party. Here’s why you shouldn’t get too excited about having six chances to take the LSAT every year (aside from the obvious fact that no one gets too excited about taking the LSAT):


Point: The New LSAT Schedule Is Pretty Good, For the Most Part

Last week, LSAC announced the LSAT is switching to a 6-test-a-year schedule. That means, in 2018, there will be an exam in June, September, and November and, in 2019, the exam will be administered in January, March, and early June. Now, my personal feelings aside, I’m going to talk about the potential benefits of this scheme.

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Flash Sale for Blueprint Classroom Courses Starts Now!

Human beings who are planning to take the September 2017 LSAT: I don’t want to waste any of your time. Because, frankly, you don’t have a moment to spare. Not only because the test is nearly three months away at this point, but also because you now have a big decision to make, in a very short period of time.

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The Morning Cometh: The June 2017 LSAT Recap

With the February 2017 LSAT held right before Super Bowl LI, it’s only fitting that the June 2017 LSAT fell on the same day as the deciding game of a major sporting championship. And while the, let’s say less-than-transparent, New England Patriots were appropriate victors for the ultra-secretive February exam, the Golden State Warriors, love ‘em or hate ‘em, are the appropriate winners for the start of the published LSAT year, as that team perfect embodiments of this test.