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Reminder: One More Day to Get a FREE Logic Games Book!

It’s been an exciting week, full of feuding pop princesses, Donald Trump’s foot in his mouth (again), and James Franco finally becoming a man.

Hopefully in the midst of all this excitement, you haven’t forgotten about the biggest thing to happen this week. I’m talking, of course, about our giveaway of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games (!!).

To refresh your memory, we’re giving away the Kindle version of our awesome Logic Games book for FREE. That’s right – free ninety-nine! Gratis! You don’t even have to have a Kindle to get your hands on all that entertaining, informative goodness – you can read it via the Kindle App, which you can find at the Apple Store or Google Play.

But all good things must come to an end, and this giveaway is no exception – you only have until 5pm PST tomorrow (Friday, July 24) to get your mitts on the book. So don’t delay, because Christmas in July only happens once per year.

Here’s what you need to do before 5pm tomorrow:

• Like us on Facebook. Trust us, we’ve got the hottest cat memes on the block. Once you’ve done that:
• Send an email to info@blueprintlsat.com with the subject line Games Book Giveaway and your full name so we can check that you liked us on Facebook.* We’ll also use this email address to send you the book by the end of the week and to remind you about a month from now to:
• Write an honest, unbiased review of the book at Amazon, Google books, or another site (we’ll send you the link along with the request for a review).

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FREE Kindle version of ‘The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games’!!!

FREE LOGIC GAMES BOOK!

Put on your Santa Claus hats, boys and girls, because Christmas has come early this year! No, Ryan Gosling isn’t taking you to the senior dance and Kim Kardashian isn’t balancing another glass of champagne on her derriere. But we are giving away the Kindle version of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games! For free!!!

That’s right. The giveaway begins today on Monday, July 20th at 10AM PST and ends on Friday, July 24th at 5PM PST. These are strict deadlines so don’t dally!

How to obtain your copy:

• Like us on Facebook. Yep, we’re shamelessly trolling for social media love. Once you’ve done that:
• Send an email to info@blueprintlsat.com with the subject line Games Book Giveaway and your full name so we can check that you liked us on Facebook.* We’ll also use this email address to send you the book by the end of the week and to remind you about a month from now to:
• Write an honest, unbiased review of the book on Amazon, Google Books, or another site (we’ll send you the link along with the request for a review).

You don’t have to own a Kindle in order to get a free copy of the book! You just need the Kindle App, available at the Apple Store or Google Play.

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Prepping for LSAT Prep: How to Get a Head Start on Studying

If you’re planning on taking a class to prepare for the September LSAT (say, perhaps, one of Blueprint’s soon-to-begin classes), you may be wondering what you should be doing to prepare before class starts.

The good news is that you don’t need to do much. The point of an LSAT class is to teach you the skills you’ll need to conquer the LSAT. There are no prerequisites, and the LSAT doesn’t test any kind of specialized knowledge or anything you’d need to start memorizing.

The most important thing you can do before LSAT class starts, then, is to have fun. Once class starts, you’re going to have to work your, uh, donkey off. You’ll have homework to do and practice tests to review. Variables from LSAT Logic Games will dance through your dreams, and you’ll be that person who always points out the flawed logic in everything your (soon to be former) friends say.

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Winner: Check Out Blueprint’s Latest Caption Contest Champ

Sorry, chicks and dudes, but Blueprint LSAT Prep’s latest caption contest is officially closed.

Thanks to all of the entrants. We received a slew of great submissions for the above photo, but alas, there can be only one winner.

Before we find out who, let’s find out what they won: a free copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games! How about that, huh? There’s something you won’t see in the Showcase Showdown.

Without further ado, here’s the latest champion of an LSAT blog caption contest, as chosen by the Blueprint LSAT Prep staff:

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Caption Contest for a Free Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games

Blueprint LSAT Prep’s latest caption contest is all business in the front, party in the back.

That’s because you’re just one funny comment away from winning a free copy of our LSAT book, The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. All you have to do is submit a funny, LSAT or prelaw-related caption for the above photo. We’ll pick our favorite one, and the lucky scribe will win a free LSAT book. Ain’t no thing but a chicken wing, right?

The key is to be creative. Here are some past examples of Most Strongly Supported caption contest winners, to give you an idea.

We’ll announce the winner next week right here on the LSAT blog.

If you’ve already won a caption contest on the LSAT blog before, sorry, but you’re not eligible.

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Logical Reasonings / 5.5.14

A) You’re running out of time to enter our latest caption contest for a chance at a free copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. Most Strongly Supported.

B) Going to law school is great. Going to a good law school is better. Above the Law.

C) The Supreme Court ruled that town hall prayer does not violate the separation of church and state. Wall Street Journal.

D) Watch out for lawyer bills. They can be full of shenanigans. ABA Journal.

E) This Cinco de Mayo, watch out for Hurricane Ashley. The Onion.

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Caption Contest: Win a Free Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games

Put on your hazmat suit. It’s time for another Blueprint LSAT Prep caption contest.

Comment below with the funniest pre-law-related caption for the above photo, and you could win a free copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. We’ll announce one winner — picked by the Blueprint LSAT Prep staff — next week right here on the LSAT blog.

Limit one entry per person. Previous Blueprint LSAT Prep contest winners are ineligible.

Remember to keep your comment funny but unoffensive. If you need inspiration, here are some previous caption contests we’ve run on the LSAT blog.

That being said…fire away!

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How You Can Start Prepping for the June LSAT Now

So you pulled the trigger and registered for the June LSAT. Things are starting to get real, but it ain’t no thang – you’ve signed up for that LSAT prep course. (You’re taking Blueprint, right?). Last we checked, it’s not anywhere close to June yet (thanks a lot, polar vortex), but still, maybe you can’t help but feel antsy. For those of you looking for a bit of a head start, here are four key things you can do now before your LSAT prep course begins this spring:

How to Start Prepping for the June LSAT Now I: Read all the things!
Reading and processing information is a foundational skill on the LSAT, so the more of this you do, the better. Content-wise, the LSAT draws from a wide range of subjects and disciplines, so aim for more variety than, say, your ex’s Twitter feed. Our advice: just read everything — The Wall Street Journal, Wikipedia, The Onion, Marcel Proust, product labels (speaking of, what is methochloroisothiazolinone, and what is it doing in my shampoo?).

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New Pre-Law Book Giveaway, Plus Caption Contest Winner

As you know, Blueprint LSAT Preparation recently gave away five free copies of our brand new LSAT book, The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. If you missed out on the drawing, don’t sweat it. We’ve got another pre-law book giveaway to announce right here, right now.

This time, though, we’re giving away five free copies of Law School Expert Ann Levine‘s books The Law School Admission Game (two copies) and The Law School Decision Game (three copies).

Both books are great resources for applying to law school, covering everything from the factors you should weigh in choosing a school to what you can expect working for Big Law. See for yourself in this review of The Law School Decision Game.