Classes for the July LSAT, Starting Soon!

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I’ve lived in New York for four years now, and I’m still not accustomed to the weather. Coming from the sunny climate of Southern California, I am used to nice weather all the time. Now, I have to deal with temperatures in the 30’s and snow during “spring.”

For those of you struggling with the never-ending winter, I have something to warm your heart: the beginning of Blueprint’s LSAT classes for the newly added July LSAT! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be kicking off classes all across the country to prep for that exam.

So, why is this something to get excited about? If you want to go to law school, the single biggest factor in your application is your LSAT score. Blueprint classes — taught by experienced and highly qualified instructors — walk you through the ins and outs of the LSAT experience, while providing targeted advice to help you succeed. As someone who has been on both sides of the podium (I took Blueprint when I was preparing for the LSAT and I taught for Blueprint before heading to law school), I highly recommend the classroom experience for those of you looking to achieve a high score on the test.

Without further ado, here are the locations and starting dates for this year’s slate of classes in preparation for the July 2018 LSAT:

Bay Area:

Berkeley: Starts Saturday, 4/21 with instructor Aaron Cohn

Illinois:

Chicago: Starts Saturday, 5/12 with instructor Cory O’Brien

Los Angeles:

UCLA: Starts Saturday, 4/21 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann

New York:

Upper East Side 1: Started Saturday, 4/7 with instructor Dash Kwiatkowski
Upper East Side 2: Starts Sunday, 5/20 with instructor Dash Kwiatkowski

Orange County:

Irvine: Starts Saturday, 5/5 with instructor Ross Rinehart

District of Columbia:

Washington, D.C.: Starts Saturday, 5/5 with instructor Shir Davidovicz

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