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Spring 2014 Blueprint LSAT Prep Courses Set to Tip Off

So your bracket’s busted. You’re not going to win Warren Buffet’s billion dollars. It’s OK. There are plenty of other ways to earn that much dough.

Some are even legal.

For example, as an attorney you could work 100,000 court cases in one year at $10,000 a pop. You might have to pull in some long hours, but think of all the yachts you’ll buy but never have time to use!

Alas, before you become a lawyer, you’ll need to go to law school, and before you go to law school, you gotsta take the LSAT. That’s where we come in.

Blueprint LSAT Prep’s spring classroom courses to prepare for the June LSAT are about to tip off. In fact, one of our Berkeley LSAT prep courses and one of our UCLA LSAT prep courses have already tipped. But no worries. You can still sign up for one of these other upcoming spring LSAT prep courses, listed here with the instructor and start date:

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Blueprint LSAT Prep Instructor Get-to-Know: Bay Area

In yet another sign of how fast this year has flown by, Blueprint LSAT Prep’s first two summer courses are starting this weekend — including one of our Berkeley LSAT prep courses.

Let’s meet some of our Bay-area LSAT prep instructors before the October LSAT sneaks up on us.

It’s time once again for a Blueprint LSAT Prep summer course instructor get-to-know (catch up on our New York LSAT prep instructors, our Boston and Washington DC LSAT prep instructors, our Chicago, Miami and Philadelphia LSAT prep instructors, and our Texas LSAT prep intructors).

Without further ado, meet our Berkeley LSAT prep summer instructors:

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Most Spring Blueprint LSAT Prep Classes Start Next Weekend

The clock is ticking, June LSAT test-takers who haven’t signed up for an LSAT prep course yet.

And/or people who haven’t done their taxes yet.

In fact, most of the spring Blueprint LSAT Prep classes start next weekend. Two of them are already underway. So if you want to feel like the most confident sonofagun on June LSAT test day, you’d better enroll in an LSAT course or call us today. (The number’s 888-4-BP-PREP.) Don’t forget about our online LSAT prep course, if that’s more up your alley.

Here’s when and where the rest of our spring LSAT prep courses are getting started, as well as the instructor teaching it:

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Spring 2013 Blueprint LSAT Prep Classes Starting Very Soon

If you follow college basketball, you know that March Madness is almost upon us.

If you follow the LSAT prep world, you know it is already here.

There are just a few weeks left to sign up for a spring 2013 Blueprint LSAT Prep course, so if you plan on taking the June LSAT and want the most effective and most entertaining instruction available, sign up for an LSAT course now. After our Berkeley LSAT prep class kicks things off tomorrow, here’s when the rest of the spring 2013 Blueprint LSAT Prep courses begin — as well as the instructor teaching the course:

Blueprint LSAT Prep Courses Starting March 24:

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Blueprint’s Spring LSAT Courses are Open for Enrollment

The February LSAT is only a week-and-a-half away, so if you’re not quite ready for it yet, your next option is the June LSAT. Yes, January isn’t even over yet, and we’re already thinking about the summer. It’s what we do. Plus, some of us have Coachella tickets.

The June LSAT is four-and-a-half months away, and you have until May 17 to register for it. However, the start date of your June LSAT prep should begin long before. Lucky for you, Blueprint LSAT Prep’s spring LSAT courses are open for enrollment right now.

Starting in a few months, Blueprint will be offering 27 spring LSAT classes in 24 locations across the country. Most begin in early April. Some start in March. All of them feature world-class instruction and 112 hours of the most advanced LSAT prep curriculum you can find.

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Enroll in Our LSAT Prep Winter Course (Now IOS-Compatible)

If you’re taking the December LSAT, time is of the essence. LSAT test day is a mere four days away. But if you stuck to your LSAT study schedule, I’m sure you’ll get an LSAT score to your liking.

Now, if you want to take the February LSAT and need a Blueprint LSAT Prep course to prepare you for it, time is also of the essence in terms of signing up. Our winter LSAT prep classes begin Sunday, Dec. 2 in the following locations with the corresponding instructors:

Berkeley LSAT Prep Course — Aaron Cohn

UCLA LSAT Prep Course — Dan McCarthy

USC LSAT Prep Course — Spencer Robins

Irvine LSAT Prep Course — Jay Donnell

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Studying with Victoria: The Calm Before the LSAT Storm

Classical Languages major at UC Berkeley by day, fangirl by night, and part-time zombie hunter whenever she can get the Xbox to work, Victoria emerges from a small town in southern California to train tirelessly for the upcoming LSAT and to chronicle the experience as a student blogger for the Blueprint live LSAT course in Berkeley.

It’s T-minus two days before I sit my first practice LSAT. Two days to soak in those glorious empty days of summer break, two days to do absolutely nothing. Except pack. And make the drive up the I-5 to a place where people think “hella” is an acceptable intensifier for any sentence. Good bye, God, I’m going to Berkeley. OK, so the quote works better with Bodie and it’s not as if I haven’t been living in Berkeley for the better part of four years already. In an effort to convince myself that this is going to be the best possible way to spend my summer, I’m making a list of pros and cons.