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Show Us Your Study Buddy And Get Discounts on a Fall Course!

Studying for the LSAT isn’t easy, and chances are you get by with a little help from your friends. Over at the Blueprint LSAT Instagram, we want to know what study buddy has been keeping you sane as you try to figure out Patricia and Mei’s exact point of disagreement.

So here’s the deal: Tag us in a pic of your study buddy, whatever that may be (no, a pic of your limited edition, 2013 bottle of Jack Daniels doesn’t count), and you can get $300 off any fall classroom course or $100 off the fall online course!

To get the discount:
1. Tag @blueprintlsat and 3 of your closest study buddies.
2. Add #lsat and a hashtag of your school.

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LSAT On the Go with Blueprint’s iOS App

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months, you’ve probably heard that Blueprint has an iOS app now. If you mentally diagrammed that last sentence, congratulations, you’re studying for the LSAT.

Today, we’ll talk about what the app does and how to use it to help you study. Our app is only for current students, so if you want to use it you’ll have to sign up for a Blueprint in-person or online course.

In the app, you can watch lesson videos, do homework, score homework, get breakdowns of how the homework went including full explanations, take practice tests and score practice tests. Everything you do will earn your points and advance your status on the Greatest Chain of Being — you’ll start with pretty much no status and end up someplace much better.

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Blueprint’s October 2015 Online Course – Now On Sale!

If you’ve been looking for awesome but affordable LSAT prep for the October 2015 LSAT, look no further. The price of our summer online course, Blueprint: The Movie, drops today from $850 to $650!

Our 88-hour online course covers the same awesome curriculum as our superlative live courses, but – unlike the live course – pants are optional. We’ll teach you the best methods for tackling each section of the LSAT, and we’ll do it in style with hand-drawn animations. If you’re the type that hates to be tied down, you can take the course anywhere with our iOS app. In addition to the lessons, you’ll receive access to tons of real LSAT questions, including 2,173 homework questions, awesome video explanations for every homework question, and a slew of extra practice exams to hone your skills. And if you need extra reinforcements, you’ll be able to email your questions to a veteran Blueprint LSAT Prep instructor.

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Catching Up if Your LSAT Class has Already Started

Here we are, the October LSAT is ten weeks away, and Blueprint LSAT Prep classes have mostly started. (See below for a list of classes that started this weekend.) Before you despair and ask your friends to keep sharp objects away from you, let us reassure you: It’s not too late to sign up! Even if the class of your dreams started over the weekend, you’ll be able to catch up, no sweat. Here’s how.

The first class session is a practice test. If you miss this session, you won’t miss out on any material you need to learn. You can take the test on your own instead, timing sections for yourself.

The process is quite simple. Find a quiet place to work. Open Practice Exam One (you can print the test and answer sheet from your myBlueprint online account if you haven’t received your books), set a timer for 35 minutes, and do the first section. When time’s up, stop work.

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Logical Reasonings / 7.24.15

A) There’s only a few more hours to get a FREE copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games. Jump on it! Blueprint LSAT Prep

B) If you’re prepping for the October LSAT, check out the list of live classes starting this weekend. Blueprint LSAT Prep

C) Many recent college graduates can relate to receiving requests to donations from their alma maters while still paying off student loans. Here’s why that happens. Market Watch

D) Here’s a brief overview on preparing for the LSAT. Above the Law

E) Who said it: Donald Trump or Frank Reynolds from It’s Always Sunny? A surprisingly difficult test. Medium

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Logical Reasonings / 7.23.15

A) Do you want a FREE copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games? Of course you do. Get it while it’s hot. Blueprint LSAT Prep

B) We’ve got a laundry list of live LSAT classes starting in the next week, and you could be in one of them. Blueprint LSAT Prep

C) Surprise! It turns out that your chances of getting into a higher-ranked law school are better if you have a higher LSAT score. U.S. News

D) The verdict is in: Not only are butt dials awkward and potentially embarrassing, but you don’t have a reasonable expectation of privacy for them. Bloomberg

E) Here’s a movement both parties can get behind: Obama issuing an executive order to keep Jon Stewart from leaving the show. Newsweek

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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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The LSAT is Coming…dun dun dun

We’re just a few months away from the October LSAT, which means that our courses are ABOUT TO GO DOWN. If you’ve made the (right) decision to sign up with us, we’ve listed some tips to help you get the most out of your course and also some vital life-saving tips that’ll prevent you from totally sh*tting on yourself on that first day. We get it. It happens.

First, a bit about myself. Two years ago, I was gearing up to take an LSAT prep class with Blueprint. I was lucky enough to have Matt Riley as my instructor (he’s one of the founders of Blueprint—he is a fantastic teacher and a great guy). After completing the class and taking the LSAT, I landed a job as an instructor for Blueprint. I taught for a little while before accepting an offer of admission from Columbia. I am now gearing up to begin my second year there! All of that to say, I know the Blueprint course method from both the perspective of a student and the perspective of an instructor. Consider yourself a lucky reader.

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Logical Reasonings / 7.21.15

A) Bust out your best Whip and Nae Nae ’cause this flash sale is EVERYTHING. Blueprint LSAT Prep

B) Free Logic Games Book say whaaa?! Blueprint LSAT

C) R-E-S-P-E-C-T, find out what it means when you’re trying to do your job. Above The Law

D) Khloe and Lamar. Just in case you forgot about them… Perez Hilton

E) New Dr. Seuss book to hit shelves this month! Ah, the feels. Buzzfeed