Top o’ the morning to you! It’s finally March, the month of unseasonably late snowstorms (at least for those of us in the Northeast), busted brackets, and drunks stumbling around the city wearing green on St. Paddy’s Day. It’s also the time of year when a crop of new students begins to think somewhat abstractly about the LSAT looming in their future, or perhaps the law school applications they’ll have to submit in the upcoming fall.
If either situation is applicable to you, fear not, Blueprint’s got you covered. We’re offering two free webinars on Thursday, March 15th — one on the LSAT, and one on law school admissions. And if you attend either webinar, in addition to receiving a wealth of information from a veteran Blueprint instructor, you’ll receive a discount on our course — $300 off the live course, or $75 off the first month of an online course. See below for more details, and make sure to RSVP at to get the webinar links below. BYOGB (Bring Your Own Green Beer), and we’ll see you there.
Much like the leprechaun, the LSAT is mythical, awe-inspiring, and often frustrating — ’til you make it to the end of the rainbow. (OK, that simile is a stretch, but bear with us.) Our LSAT webinar will demystify the test for you — Blueprint instructor Ross Rinehart will explain the basics, like how it’s scored and what’s on it, plus more complicated stuff, like techniques you can use. We’ll even walk you through the best approach to a couple real LSAT questions.
You probably know that the LSAT is a big part of your law school application, but have you ever wondered just how big? What’s the best way to make sure you get a good letter of recommendation? And what in the world can you write for an effective personal statement? And can you write an addendum explaining why your LSAT score is so low, or why your grades were bad during that one semester?
The law school admissions webinar delves into all of the pieces of your application — what law schools will see, when you should start working on the various components of the application, what to include, and what not to include. We’ll even help you brainstorm personal statement topics. For this webinar, you’ll be in the eminently capable hands of Blueprint instructor and University of Chicago Law alum Kyle Gerhmann.
Make sure to RSVP here for either webinar, and we’ll see you there.