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Logical Reasonings / 8.13.15

A) There’s still time to sign up for our October 2015 online LSAT prep course at a discounted rate! Blueprint LSAT

B) Something to consider for your personal statement: narrative structure. Pen and Chisel

C) The courtroom sketch artist for Tom Brady’s case has apologized for not making him as good-looking as he is. The New York Times

D) Important news just in the nick of time for the remaining weeks of summer: barbecue law is a thing. National Law Journal

E) There is a Ned Flanders-themed metal band called Okilly Dokilly. The Independent

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Things I Learned During My Time as an LSAT Prep Instructor

After many long seasons of teaching for Blueprint LSAT Preparation, I’m leaving the exciting world of LSAT prep and heading into the private sector. It’s been a lot of fun. My five years helping people get into law school have taught me a lot about the LSAT, and not just in regards to how one deals with a tiered grouping game.

Things such as:

The LSAT makes you a smarter, better person. When people first see it, they’re often frustrated by how the LSAT has seemingly nothing to do with the law. With tests like the MCAT, you’re at least being tested on things that you’ll use in your profession. But fear not, because the LSAT is good for you. It makes you better at spotting flawed arguments, better at quickly reading dense material while parsing out the relevant information, and gives you a better attention span.

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The LSAT Prep Adventures of Cecilia Tsoukalos: Ready to Run

Cecilia Tsoukalos is an employee of Blueprint LSAT Preparation’s main office. She is enrolled in one of our spring courses and has agreed to blog about her experience (under a pseudonym, of course). Catch up by reading last week’s introductory post.

We meet again, fellow LSAT prep students. As most LSAT classes are well underway (those of you in our expansion locations are a bit behind the rest of us) you may notice that we’ve moved on from book one, the dinosaur era, and are wading through bubbling lava in book two. And it only took two weeks. If anyone else is shocked at how fast it went, let’s start a club. Just know that I get to be club president because it’s my blog post, excuse my totalitarianism.

How’s about we take a look back at everything we’ve worked through thus far.

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The LSAT Prep Adventures of Cecilia Tsoukalos: Get-to-Know

Cecilia Tsoukalos is an employee of Blueprint LSAT Preparation’s main office. She is enrolled in one of our spring courses and has agreed to blog about her experience (under a pseudonym, of course). This is her first post.

Greetings, fellow LSAT students! I’ll be writing to you every so often documenting my time spent preparing for the June LSAT.

As many of you will surely agree, it’s difficult trying to juggle real life and preparation for a test that can potentially determine the course for the rest of your life. As a Blueprint staff member it’s part of my job to guide students through the LSAT process and help them understand that the LSAT is totally learnable. The LSAT is about how you think, not what you know.

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Blueprint LSAT Prep 2012 Spring Expansion I: Houston

Here are a couple things you may not know about the city of Houston, Texas:

It’s the largest city in the Lone Star State. Bigger than Austin. Bigger than El Paso. Even Bigger than Dallas. In fact, Houston is the fourth largest city in the United States. Bigger than Austin. Bigger than El Paso. Even Bigger than Dallas. (It feels like I’m repeating myself.)

Another interesting bit of trivia: Somehow, the fine folks of Space City have survived almost 200 years without getting their fill of Blueprint LSAT Preparation.

Starting this spring, that’s fixin’ to change.

Houston LSAT prep hopefuls at the University of Houston, Texas Southern University and Rice University, say hello to instructor Sam Huang and one of the best live LSAT prep courses in the world.