Category Archive: LSAT

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Our Foolhardy Predictions for the December LSAT

We’re two days from the December LSAT, which can only mean one thing: LSAT Predictions! Clairvoyance is one of the LSAT’s favorite question topics, so it only makes sense that we put our powers to the test (no pun intended). Before we get going, the usual disclaimer: the predictions that follow aren’t based off of any insider knowledge about what’s going to be on the LSAT. They’re predictions. Nothing more, nothing less.

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Applying After the December LSAT

A few months ago, I went fishing for the first time in a couple years. I got up early, grabbed my pole, walked down to the water, and got set up before dawn. I had the most success in the two hours after sunrise — fish are usually more active right after the sun comes up. People who came later still caught fish, but their window of opportunity was smaller.

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Master the Feb LSAT with Winter Classes, Starting This Week

Thanksgiving is behind us, and December is just around the corner. That means that our next round of LSAT classes are also just around the corner — we’ve got Winter 2018 LSAT classes across the country starting up this week.

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On This Holiest of Cyber Mondays, Don’t Miss Out on Our Holiday Sale!

Cyber … it’s not just a word we thought would be much more prevalent back in the 90s. It’s also the descriptor for today’s Monday. Because today’s Monday is not like any other Monday. Today’s Monday is down to cyber, which means something very different to us early Millennials (b. 1983-1988) than it does to the mid to late Millennials (b. 1988-1997) who elected to make “sext” their portmanteau of choice.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving is upon us. A holiday in which we commemorate an event that may or may not have happened and may or may not have been an actual Thanksgiving ceremony, in which of a bunch of Pilgrims and Puritans and Wampanoag tribe members (who had just been devastated by disease and who just got hoodwinked into giving up 12,000 acres of their land) allegedly sat down for a feast. We do this while blithely ignoring Wampanoag descendants’ insistence that this was probably a less chill endeavor than your little brother’s second grade play suggests.

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Get into the Spirit of Giving (to Yourself) with Blueprint’s Holiday Sale!

With Thanksgiving coming up and various winter-timed holidays right around the corner, we here at Blueprint decided to provide something to be thankful for while simultaneously getting you in the spirit of giving. We have two, count ’em, two sales coming up. Call it our Christmakwanzakah Winter Solstice Day of Non-denominational Merry-Making Sale.

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Seeing the Big Picture on Comparative Passages

Comparative Reading Comprehension passages are the baby of the LSAT, having been added to the test in 2007 (practically a blink of an eye for an organization that takes a month to score a Scantron). As the name would suggest, the questions focus on comparing the two passages: Which of these is supported by one passage but not the other? Which is something that both authors have in common? And so on.