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Win Free LSAT Tutoring!

You like free stuff – especially free LSAT tutoring to get your LSAT score to the next level. We’d like to be featured speakers at the South by Southwest Educational Conference. That’s why we’re raffling off the following three prizes for everyone who votes for us:

1. Four (4) free hours of LSAT tutoring (live or skype)
2. Two (2) free hours of LSAT tutoring (live or skype)
3. One (1) paperback copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games

You can enter up to 4 times by following the instructions below.

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LSAT Caption Contest: We Have a Winner

Last week, we asked blog readers to come up with their wittiest LSAT-related caption for this photo.

You came through, and then some. We had lots of submissions about logical fallacies, Logic Game rules, and sweet, sweet revenge.

In the end, we here at Blueprint HQ felt that with so many great contest entries, simplicity became a virtue. And so, we are happy to award the title of “Captioner Supreme” and with it all the spoils (mainly our LSAT Logic Games Book) to…

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Win a Free LSAT Logic Games Book!

Sadness. Helplessness. Anger… These are emotions most LSAT prep students have acutely felt. But have faith: you’re not alone. Anyone who has known the love of a pet has had feelings like that when stumbling across this kind of scene.

Well, want to use their misery to help cure yours, and give you a free Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games in the process! All you have to do is submit a funny, LSAT or prelaw-related caption for the above photo in the comments section below. We’ll pick our favorite one, and the lucky scribe will win a free LSAT book. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

The key is to be creative.

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Caption Contest: Win the New Blueprint LSAT Book!

In the dead of winter (and February LSAT studying), you have to have fun where you can. And occasionally those attempts end in disaster, as with the young gentleman pictured above.

So what can you do to keep yourself going? How about being one of the very first recipients of our upcoming prep book, The Blueprint for LSAT Reading Comprehension?

In our latest caption contest, you’re just one funny comment away from winning a free copy. All you have to do is submit a funny (and perhaps LSAT or law school related) caption for the above photo in the comments section below. We’ll pick our favorite one, and the lucky scribe will get down with some sweet, sweet Reading Comp as soon as the book is released at the end of February.

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Enter our Instagram contest and win a free Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games! Instagram

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Creditors are keeping struggling law schools afloat. New York Times

Four firearms dealers are suing California over an advertising ban. Bring back these. Wall Street Journal

The tallest man in the world and the shortest man in the world just met, and now the planet is in perfect harmony. Slate

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Caption Contest: Win a Free LSAT Logic Games Book!

We all know the sonorous drone of our least favorite professor, even if we don’t feel it quite as acutely as this unhappy note-taker.

Luckily for him (and for you) there’s a better way to study: The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games.

And thanks to our latest caption contest, you’re just one funny comment away from winning a free copy. All you have to do is submit a funny, LSAT or prelaw-related caption for the above photo in the comments section below. We’ll pick our favorite one, and the lucky scribe will win a free LSAT book. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

The key is to be creative. Here are some past examples of Most Strongly Supported caption contest winners to give you an idea.

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Caption Contest Winners and New LSAT Book Giveaway

Blueprint LSAT Prep really needs to invest in a t-shirt gun. Not only would it make us look cool, but we’d be able to distribute more shirts to deserving recipients — like all of those who participated in last week’s caption contest right here on the LSAT blog.

Alas, we could only pick one commenter taking the October LSAT and one commenter taking the December LSAT to win a brand spankin’ new Blueprint LSAT Prep t-shirt. The competition among October LSAT test-takers was particularly tight, but here are the caption contest champs (along with the photo that they had to caption):

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Caption Contest: Win $100 Off Our Online LSAT Prep Course

Internet comments are almost never associated with good. No matter what the post — be it a blog article, YouTube video, or passive-agressive Facebook status — there will always be some wiseass who uses the comments section to spew the most short-sighted, hateful garbage you’ve ever read. Quite frankly, we’re sick of it.

That’s why we decided to bring the funny back to internet comments. Use the comments section of this LSAT blog post to submit a funny caption for the above photo.

The author of the best caption (to be decided by Blueprint LSAT Prep principals) will score a $100 discount off a spring Blueprint LSAT Prep online course for preparing for the June LSAT. The contest ends Tuesday (April 16), and the winner will be announced Wednesday (April 17).