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Classroom Courses for the June LSAT are here!

June 12 is closer than you think, and we’re gearing up to turn another round of LSAT beginners into LSAT ninjas across the country. A few of our classes have already started, but we’ve got a veritable landslide of LSAT course goodness coming your way soon. Here’s a list of classes starting in the next two weeks, and there’s probably one in your neighborhood:

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This Week Only: 20% Off Tutoring

The February 2017 LSAT is one month from tomorrow. That’s a teensy-weensy, fly-by-in-a-flash 32 days before the time comes for you to leave it all on the field, to use a popular sports metaphor. (The exam is the day before Super Bowl LI, after all.)

But how much do you have to leave on the field at this point? Are you within five points of your dream score? Ten? Fifteen? Maybe you’ve felt rushed, and haven’t kept up with your homework. Maybe you didn’t study over the holidays even though we specifically told you to study over the holidays. Maybe you’ve reached a plateau that you just can’t push past.

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The Inside Scoop: The Life of a Blueprint Instructor

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that if you’re reading this blog, you know what it’s like to study for the LSAT. But have you ever wondering what an LSAT class is like from the other side of the podium? You’re in luck, because I’m here to spill the juicy* and shocking* details about what it’s really like to be an LSAT instructor.

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Last Chance! 20% Off Blueprint Tutoring. Ends Today at 5pm PDT!

The December LSAT is 43 days away. 43 days. What does that mean for you, December LSAT taker? Let’s say you need to get 15 points up from where you are now in your practice exam scores. That means you need to tack on another point every 2.8 days between now and then, and that’s assuming that you’re studying seven days a week between now and then. You aren’t, are you?

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Fall Classes Start TOMORROW!

Did it occur to you that the December LSAT is 71 days away? “But wait,” you say with a gigantic lump in your throat, “aren’t we not even done with the September LSAT yet?” Nice work, detective. You’re right. Nonetheless, December is closer than you might think, and the LSAT is also harder than you might think.

Luckily, it’s a good likelihood that there’s a Blueprint course gettin’ all fired up tomorrow right in your backyard. You can still enroll today, and, even if you can’t make it tomorrow, that’s a practice exam — not a lesson — that you can take on your own. Lesson 1 is Monday or Tuesday for most classes.

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Is the LSAT Harder Than the SAT? (Video)

If you just look at the acronyms — SAT and LSAT — you will come to the (absolutely trivial) conclusion that these two exams are 75% alike. Just slap an “L” on the front, and you’ve got the SAT. So is the LSAT just a lawyer-y version of the SAT? Do you need to know how to find the hypotenuse of a lawyer triangle? Do you have to determine whether the rules of grammar are being violated in a legal brief? Must you memorize the definition of legal terms such as “consideration” or “restitution?”

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LSAT CHANCE (see what we did there?): Summer Course Giveaway!

The Mayan Calendar predicted eons ago that this day would come. The end of the… Blueprint LSAT Summer Course Giveaway. At 5 pm PST — just a few short hours away — this here link will no longer be accepting entries. Do you want to let this opportunity pass you by? You know you’re taking Blueprint, so why not take a stab at doing it for free?

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Blueprint’s summer LSAT course giveaway starts today!

Hey there! Thinking about taking the September LSAT? If you’ve investigated a little bit, you probably know that studying for the LSAT is a pretty significant investment of time and money. While we can’t change the fact that you’ll have to put a lot of time — not to mention a smattering of heart and soul — into getting a great LSAT score, we can ease the dent in your wallet that studying will make. In fact, we can take your poor, overburdened wallet out of the picture altogether.