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Logical Reasonings / 2.8.16

A. Get 30 days of free access to Blueprint’s world-class online course! Just use promo code FEBFREE at checkout. Blueprint LSAT Prep

B. With less than twelve hours until the polls open, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders handily lead the fields in the GOP and Democratic primary races respectively. CNN Politics

C. A man in India was (maybe) killed by a meteorite. If true, the unlucky victim would be the first in hundreds of years to suffer such a fate. Huffington Post

D. Students in a Criminal Procedure class at Pepperdine University Law School had their grades leaked. The administration spent the next 24 hours making the situation worse than it had to be. Above the Law

E. Finally, in news both devastating and delicious, a man has died during the Krispy Kreme Challenge, a five mile race that includes downing a dozen donuts at the halfway marker. Independent Tribune

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Get It While It’s Hot – October 2015 LSAT Online Course Now On Sale!

Are you preparing for the October 2015 LSAT? If so, are you looking to get the most bang for your buck? Of course you are. Boy, do we have some good news for you: The price of our summer online course, Blueprint: The Movie, has decreased $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 any questions to a veteran Blueprint LSAT Prep instructor.

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Logical Reasonings / 8.10.15

A) If you’re prepping for the October 2015 LSAT, you’re going to want to check this out – the price of our online course just dropped. Blueprint LSAT

B) The legal industry added 200 jobs in July, continuing a trend of (modest) growth. American Lawyer

C) California legislators want to require law schools to disclose their graduation and dropout rates. Transparency FTW! L.A. Times

D) Ever the contrarian, North Korea wants to create its own time zone. The New York Times

E) The winners of the National Geographic travel photo contest have been announced, and the world is pretty damn beautiful. The Atlantic

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Logical Reasonings / 8.7.15

A) Now on sale: Blueprint LSAT Prep’s online course for the October 2015 LSAT. Get it while it’s hot! (“It” being the weather, obviously. Our courses are always hot.) Blueprint LSAT

B) 1. Apparently Busta Rhymes is still around. 2. He’s in the news this week for throwing a protein drink at a gym employee. MTV

C) Regarding putting low-security prisons on islands: “But if you’re going to do that, either pick an island pretty far from land or don’t give the inmates surfboards.” Yep. Lowering the Bar

D) As long as you’re not living under a rock, you probably heard that there was a Republican debate last night. Here’s how it went. NPR

E) Watch Jon Stewart’s final episode of The Daily Show. *Single tear.* The Daily Show

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Logical Reasonings / 8.5.15

A) Blueprint LSAT Prep’s online course for the October 2015 LSAT is now on sale – if you’re looking for a great deal on awesome LSAT prep, look no further. Blueprint LSAT

B) This girl is so obsessed with the law that her lawyer-date drew up a contract for her. And she signed it. Above the Law

C) If your summer vacations include visits to any law schools, here’s what to look for. U.S. News

D) Speaking of summer vacation plans, here’s what the SCOTUS justices are up to. National Law Journal

E) The Princeton Review just released its list of top party schools. #1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (because what else are you going to do in Illinois?). USA Today

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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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Blueprint: The Movie 2.0. This Time, It’s Animated.

In life, there ever-so-rarely comes an idea so rich in innovation and splendor that your only recourse is to share it with countless thousands of people so that they, too, can reap the benefits. An idea so ineffable that to even describe its quality would be akin to taking the entire ocean into your cupped hands. An idea so simply fantastic that the only thought running through the minds of those who hear of it is “why didn’t I think of that?”

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Through the Interwebs with Sophia: Studying the LSAT Online

Sophia is our Blueprint The Movie student blogger. She hails from the wind city of Chicago and will be studying for the LSAT in her summer apartment overlooking Lake Michigan in between interning downtown. She’s Greek (ethnically-speaking), and no, she doesn’t know how to make baklava or set saganaki cheese on fire…yet.

The glorious package has arrived! For months now I’ve been reading up on the LSAT and different prepping strategies, and finally, the chosen one has been delivered to my humble abode.

Online account, check. Books, check. Pencils, check. Sucker, check.