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

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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:

Law School Admissions Webinar: 6/27, 11AM-12PM PDT

In this session, you’ll learn all about the law school admissions process. How is your GPA calculated? Whom should you ask for a recommendation? How should you focus your personal statement? When should you apply? What do law schools consider as they make a decision?

Your fearless leader will be Branden Frankel. He knows the LSAT; he’s scored a 175 and taught for more than five years. But more importantly, he knows law school— he’s a UCLA law grad who has practiced patent law. You couldn’t ask for more of an expert on all things law school.

LSAT Webinar: 6/27, 5PM-6PM PDT

This session will cover the LSAT. What does it cover? How is it scored? How does it figure in law school admissions? You’ll even get to try some real LSAT questions and learn the best way to approach them.

If you attend this session, you’ll be in the most capable (virtual) hands of Nick McIntosh. Nick has scored a 172 on the LSAT and has taught with Blueprint for more than three years. If you attend the webinar you’ll find out why his students love him so.

To sum it up, if you attend either webinar, you’ll get lots of valuable info about applying to law school and you’ll get a discount on the best LSAT classes around. What’s the catch, you ask? Space is limited, so make sure to register in advance, for the webinar you’d like to attend. Many of our classes for the September LSAT begin in early July, so don’t miss this chance to find out more!

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