Our Summer Classes Are Your Best Bet to Apply to Law School in 2018

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Where do you see yourself in Fall 2019? In law school? Have you started to study for the LSAT yet? No? Well, it’s time.

See, the next three LSAT administrations are in September, November and January. January scores will come out in February, which is kind of late in the admissions process. November scores will come out in December, or right in the thick of things. Not late, but not early either. September LSAT scores will be out early. You can apply early decision or early action if you want, and even if you don’t you’ll still have the advantage of applying early in the cycle.

The other thing to consider is that the LSAT doesn’t always go the way you’d like the first time around. It’s good to have a backup plan. If you target the September LSAT, your backup plan is November. You’ll still be fine and you’ll be able to get your apps in at a reasonable time in the cycle. Shoot for the November LSAT as your first take, and suddenly things look a little more do-or-die. All of this means it’s time to start studying.

You’re in luck and just in time. Blueprint has one more round of classes for the September LSAT starting in the next couple weeks. When you sign up, you’ll get 100+ hours of LSAT instruction. You’ll get an instructor who’s scored in the 170s and has been extensively trained and carefully vetted for LSAT expertise and personality.

You’ll get a curriculum that covers everything on the LSAT. This includes countless hours of online resources including the complete Blueprint online course and explanations for every released LSAT question. Of course, you get access to all those questions, too. You’ll get homework that adapts to you and gives your questions at a level of difficulty that will challenge but not overwhelm you.

Our students average an 11-point score increase from their first practice exam to their best. That’s enough to potentially vault you over 40% of LSAT test takers. That could be huge.

So, maybe you’re thinking of law school next fall. Maybe you’re planning on waiting a year to apply but you’d like to get the LSAT out of the way. Either way, it’s time to get moving. Check out the schedules below, check out the details and get in touch with us if you have any questions.

ARIZONA:

Arizona:

Phoenix: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Dylan Gadek

CALIFORNIA:

Bay Area/Northern California:

Berkeley 2: Started Saturday, 6/16 with instructor Aaron Cohn
Berkeley 3: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Blair Kittle
Davis: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Kyran McCann
Palo Alto: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Mike Moss
Sacramento: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Kyran McCann
San Francisco: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Austen Yueh
San Jose: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Mike Moss

Orange County/Inland Empire:

Fullerton: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Chris Whyte
Irvine 2: Started Sunday, 6/17 with instructor Ross Rinehart
Irvine 3: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Ross Rinehart
Riverside: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Chris Whyte

Los Angeles:

Downtown LA 2: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Jelena Woehr
Long Beach: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Robert Seaney
Northridge 2: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Branden Frankel
Pasadena: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Jelena Woehr
UCLA Day 1: Started Thursday, 6/14 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann
UCLA 2: Started Sunday, 6/17 with instructor Sarah Pratter
UCLA 3: Started Sunday, 6/24 with instructor Spencer Robins
UCLA Day 2: Started Monday, 6/25 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann
UCLA 4: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Steve Swanson

San Diego:

San Diego 1: Started Saturday, 6/16 with instructor Nick McIntosh
San Diego 2: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Nick McIntosh

DISTRICT OF COlUMBIA:

Washington, D.C.:

Washington, D.C. 2: Started Sunday, 6/17 with instructor Shir Davidovicz
Washington, D.C. 3: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Maria LaBella

FLORIDA:

Miami:

Miami: Started Sunday, 6/24 with instructor Daniel Gonzalez

ILLINOIS:

Chicago:

Chicago 1: Started Sunday, 6/17 with Cory O’Brien
Chicago 2: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with Cory O’Brien

MASSACHUSETTS:

Boston:

Boston 1: Started Sunday, 6/17 with instructor Nick Selden
Boston 1: Starts Saturday, 6/23 with instructor Joshua Bean

NEW YORK:

Brooklyn:

Brooklyn: Started Saturday, 6/23 with instructor Dash Kwiatkowski

Long Island:

Long Island: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Evan Gamza

Manhattan:

New York 2: Started Sunday, 6/17 with instructor Julien Hawthorne
New York Day 2: Started Monday, 6/18 with instructor Kevin Lin
Upper East Side: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Daniel Lee
New York 3: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Kevin Lin

PENNSYLVANIA:

Philadelphia

Philadelphia: Starts Saturday, 6/30 with instructor Christine O’Connell

TEXAS:

Austin:

Austin: Started Saturday, 6/23 with instructor Neeloy Azad

Houston:

Houston: Started Sunday, 6/24 with instructor Sam Huang

WASHINGTON:

Seattle:

Seattle: Starts Sunday, 7/1 with instructor Andrew McDonald

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