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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.

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How to Choose an LSAT Study Method

If you’re planning on taking the LSAT in June or October, you should already be thinking about how you’ll prepare. There are many effective ways to study for the LSAT, and your prep doesn’t have to break the bank. Before we talk about the pros and cons of each method of preparation, here are a couple ground rules to keep in mind:

The LSAT is extremely learnable but takes a ton of work, so regardless of what study method you choose, you should plan on a minimum of two to three months of intense studying before test day.

There are plenty of great resources for LSAT preparation, but make sure you do your research before selecting one.

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Celebrate Our Students’ 11-Point Score Increase with an 11% Discount

Today’s a big day for all of us here at Blueprint HQ: we just got the results of our score increase study. We asked independent accounting firm BPE&H to analyze the LSAT practice test results of every first-time classroom Blueprint student from our spring session, and figure out how much they improved from the first practice test on their very first day of class to the best PT in the course of their studies.

The results:
–   Blueprinters average an 11-point increase on LSAT practice tests.
–   87.97% of students increased their score by 5 or more points.
–   58.51% of students increased their score by 10 or more points.
–   25.73% of Blueprint students increased their score by 15 or more points.