Introducing Blueprint’s New LSAT Website

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Introducing Blueprint’s New LSAT Prep Website of Lime-Accented Joy

Hello everyone out there in LSAT land.

The folks over at Blueprint have an exciting announcement: the unveiling of their new and improved web site. Why should you care?  First, any excuse to take a few minutes away from LSAT study is a good thing. Second, the site is much more attractive and easier to navigate. Third, there’s a fair amount of lime-colored accenting going on that should be explored.

So head on over and check it out!

6 Responses

  1. Richard says:

    It’s good how it makes the availability of online classes known, but there are some cons in my opinion. The calendar is not as specific as the old one was, and some menu/options seem unnecesarilly complicated. Doesn’t seem that well organized. Hopefully it will be updated.

  2. John says:

    Ever since the new website was launched, I’m having trouble logging into my blueprint page. Wondering if this problem is happening to anyone else?

  3. JT says:

    Richard – Well, you can’t win them all! We actually updated the site so that it was better organized. Sigh. But thanks so much for the feedback – we do plan to upgrade the calendar to display the lesson as well as the date and time, but such code takes time to implement.

    John – yep, we’re aware of the login issue and working on it right now. So sorry for the inconvenience!

  4. Dave Woods says:

    Update: the login issue has been resolved.

  5. Richard says:

    @JT- Thanks! The calendar was my main concern so in case I’d need to miss something, I’d know exactly what and be able to plan ahead. All else is great.

  6. JT says:

    Thanks, Richard. FYI: the student pages in your MyBlueprint account have a personal calendar of your particular class, times, and lesson type so once you’re enrolled in a course (if you’re not already), that’s all accessible to you!

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