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Time’s running out to enroll in a Spring course!

“It’s March,” you say. “The June LSAT is a long way off,” you say. “I’ll think about it tomorrow,” you say.

Well, it’s intervention time, bucko.

The June LSAT is barreling down on us with all due haste, and plenty of undue haste. March is over on Saturday. Then it’s April. Then May. Then go time, baby. Plenty of Blueprint classroom courses are already well underway, and the very last of ’em go live on April 2. That’s Sunday, in case you don’t have your calendar handy.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.1.16

A. Tomorrow’s your last chance to get $300 off a Spring classroom course in Houston, Berkeley, or San Francisco. Blueprint LSAT

B. The Donald could quite possibly become the presumptive Republican nominee by sweeping today’s Super Tuesday voting. Politico

C. There’s a dog in Michigan that got braces. Dork. Freep

D. A study has found a widening gap in the debt law school students expect to incur on the basis of race and LSAT score. ABA Journal

E. And finally, in why-didn’t-this-happen-years-ago news, the US Army might be using laser weapons on the battlefield by 2023. IFL Science

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Flash sale ends tomorrow. Don’t miss out.

FOMO is a thing. Never heard of it? Fear Of Missing Out. It’s that feeling in the pit of your stomach when you know everyone else is getting something awesome, and you’re not. We’re pretty sure it’s a legit medical condition. (But don’t, y’know, ask your doctor and then throw it back in our faces if it isn’t. That would be really uncool, dude.)