Caption Contest: Free Law School Admission Workshop Entry

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Blueprint LSAT Prep’s law school admission workshops are coming to a city near you! (You know, depending on where you live.)

Last month, Anna Ivey — former Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago Law School and founder of Ivey Consulting — presented her workshop (titled “Get Into Law School by Learning How to Think Like an Admissions Officer”) in Los Angeles, Irvine and Berkeley. Starting Wednesday, Oct. 9, you can take part in workshops in New York, Boston, Chicago and San Diego — as well as return trips to Berkeley, Irvine and LA.

Each four-hour presentation will discuss the law school application process, how to formulate an amazing personal statement, the best way to deal with “dings” on your law school application (such as multiple LSAT scores), how to get great letters of recommendation, plus additional application information. With law school application season almost underway, it’s a great opportunity to gain insight into the law school admissions landscape from someone who’s worked behind the scenes.

Here’s the full schedule of upcoming law school admission workshops:


New York: 6-10 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 9 (Holiday Inn Midtown)
Boston: 4-8 p.m., Friday Oct. 11 (Fisher College)
Washington DC: 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Sunday Oct. 13 (Capitol Hilton)


Berkeley: 6-10 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 16 (Blueprint LSAT Prep classroom: 2171 Allston Way)
Irvine: 6-10 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 17 (Blueprint LSAT Prep classroom: 3919 Westerly Pl, Suite 104)
San Diego: 4-8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18 (Sheraton La Jolla)
Los Angeles: 4-8 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 20 (Blueprint classroom: 937 Westwood Blvd.)

It’s especially valuable to Blueprint LSAT Prep students because they get a $50 discount off the normal workshop price of $250. Plus, all attendees receive a free copy of the e-book, The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions. Sign up now before the spots fill up.

Now, if you’d like to attend a law school admission workshop at any of these locations for free, here’s your only chance:

Below are two pictures. All you have to do is write a caption for one of them in the comments below (make sure you indicate #1 or #2). Next week, we’ll reward our favorite submission with a free entry into one of the law school admission workshops. Try to make your caption LSAT or law school-related. Remember: the funnier, the better.





You can submit up to two captions, either one for each or two for one. Your choice. Any more submissions after that will not be approved.

To sign up for one of the law school admission workshops, or if you have any questions, call the Blueprint LSAT Prep office at 888-427-7737 or email us at While you’re at it, be sure to check out Blueprint LSAT Prep’s law school application consulting packages.

Now get to captioning!

18 Responses

  1. John Costa says:

    Man: Look, honey! I got a 170 on my LSAT!
    Wife: Good for you, sweetie. Now if you had taken a Blueprint course, you could have had that score 20 years ago.

  2. ted volynets says:


    Woman: I told you I didn’t need to take that silly blueprint course to get 100!

  3. Kimn Chartier, R.Ph says:

    #1… I am sorry, did I you would like to “place an order”for a blueprint

    #2… “No that score is not good enough, back to studying for me”

  4. Jessy B says:

    #1 Admissions Officer:
    ” Yeah! I love to meet you at the bar let me just grab a few law applications to review. Order me a gin and tonic.”

    Man: “Check it Out!”
    Woman: “Hmm… So how many times can you take this test???”

  5. Alysha Tseng says:

    1: LSAC Test Maker: Hi honey, I’m going to be a little late for dinner. I have to lock away the secret formula for making smart people feel dumb.

    1: Student: Don’t worry mom, I’ll make it to the test in time. I’m just looking for my hidden potential now

  6. #2

    Ginger: "The Latin Soccer American Team score? You know we call that football in the United States. Honey, just because you want to be a lawyer doesn't mean you can go around changing the way sports are scored or named for that matter. I have to finish grading these pre-school tests by 8pm. Now you go on practicing your Learning Games for that big test of yours in December!"


  7. Studley: "Hey sweets, hows ‘bout you call the seven-digit number I wrote down for you here. My friend was right. I should have signed up for the Blueprint class. I’m going to do that now. I was thinking I could use some extra motivation to come back in December, if you know what I mean <wink> <wink>"

  8. Melani says:

    #1: Hey, guess what? My mauve dinosaur finally arrived!

    #2: That’s nice Sweetie, but I don’t think that’s an “allowable” item.

  9. Andre H. says:

    1: LSAC Headquarters
    “So do you think we should release these LSAT scores earlier this cycle to save the test takers from some anticipation stress? Haha I didn’t think so either!”

    2: “Oh you must be a 1L. Let’s see if you still have that smile on your face once you finish reading these legal opinions.”

  10. Amanda S says:

    1: “Remember what you promised if I score higher than a 170…”

  11. Amanda S says:

    2: “No sir, I cannot change your score”

  12. Weston says:


    “Listen here sweetie, you remember that 90’s movie Blank Check? Yeah, you can call me Grandma.”

    “I don’t always have women asking me for my number, but when they do…I tell ’em 180. Stay thirsty my friends.”

  13. KRISTINE says:




  14. Estefern says:

    No sir… I cannot send your LSAT score early.


    Woman: Oh WOW! What a big LSAT score you have!

    Man: It’s all thanks to Blueprint! Natural LSAT enhancement

  15. Justin says:


    “I showed her my 170…. women love 170’s”

  16. Raul says:

    Woman: “So I just picked up all these books to help me write my personal statement for law school”

    Man: “Can you see this piece of paper? It reads LSAT Score and it carries more weight than what you have on your arm.”

  17. Justin says:

    Sorry replace my 2nd one with:


    “That awkward moment when you got a higher LSAT score than your boyfriend thanks to Blueprint…”


  18. Mario says:

    #1: LSAT Obsessed Friend: “Hey, have you seen my LSAT prep materials? It seems that I misplaced them…I haven’t eaten in 3 days but I really need to keep studying” **scratches neck**

    Best Friend: “Heh. No I have no clue what you are talking about”..**locks filing cabinet and throws away the key**

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