While Punxsutawney Phil predicted a couple more weeks of winter this year, at Blueprint, our spring classes are already arriving! Most of the students planning to take a spring classroom course are going to take the June LSAT, and if you are one of these students, then all I can say is … lucky you! As someone who studied with Blueprint before taking a June administration of the LSAT, I think that June is a great time to take the exam and that the spring season is an ideal time to get in your studying. Let me tell you why.
Afternoon start time: For other LSAT administrations, you have to check in at the test center at 8:30 am at the latest. For the June test, the check in deadline is 12:30p m. That’s not only great for night owls, but also for anyone likely to get a poor night’s sleep before the LSAT who would prefer to use the morning to get some more rest.
No college classes: Most college students who study for the June LSAT will have at least a few weeks to study for their exam after all of their undergrad classes have ended for the year. At many jobs, June can also be a slow time of year where half the people in the office are taking vacations. Just think about how your schedule will look different come June, compared to September or December.
Buffer time before applications: When you take the LSAT in June, you still have the whole summer ahead of you to hang out at the beach, take a road trip, or — if you plan to apply for law school in the fall — work on those applications. You have most of the summer to think strategically about your LSAT score and the rest of your application materials, and you still have the option to retake the LSAT in the fall if you just had a really bad day during the June exam.
Now that you know some great reasons to prep for a June LSAT, here are all of your options for spring classroom courses, beginning this week, that are going to put you in the best position to take the June test! In fact, students who take Blueprint’s classroom course average an 11-point score increse from their first to best practice exam. So sign up for one of the following courses to ace the June LSAT and free up your summer for fun, sun, and — yes — law school applications!
–Phoenix: Starts Sunday, 3/18 with instructor Dylan Gadek
Bay Area/Northern California:
–Berkeley 1: Started Saturday 2/24, with instructor Mike Moss
–Berkeley 2: Starts Saturday, 3/10 with instructor Aaron Cohn
–San Francisco: Starts Sunday, 3/25 with instructor Aaron Hendricks
–San Jose: Starts Monday, 4/2 with instructor Mike Moss
–Davis: Starts Saturday, 4/7 with instructor Kyran McCann
–Miami: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Daniel Gonzalez
–Chicago: Starts Sunday, 3/25 with Cory O’Brien
–UCLA 1: Starts Saturday, 3/3 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann
–UCLA 2: Starts Saturday, 3/10 with instructor Spencer Robbins
–Pasadena: Starts Sunday, 3/25 with instructor Nick McIntosh
–Downtown LA: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Branden Frankel
–Northridge: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Branden Frankel
–Boston: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Nick Selden
–New York 1: Started Saturday, 2/24 with instructor Kevin Lin
–Midtown: Starts Saturday, 3/3 with instructor Julien Hawthorn
–New York 2: Starts Sunday, 3/11 with instructor Kevin Lin
–New York 3: Starts Saturday, 3/24 with instructor Brett Donaldson
Orange County/Inland Empire:
–Philadelphia: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Christine O’Connell
–San Diego: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Alexander Nabavi-Noori
–Seattle: Starts Saturday, 3/31 with instructor Andrew McDonald