Tag Archive: LSAT

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February 2018 Post-LSAT Carnival

Did you make your way out of the February 2018 LSAT dying to know how everyone else felt about the exam? Or maybe you haven’t taken the LSAT for yourself, but you’d like to know what you’re getting yourself into. Well the good news is — you can! We’ve scoured all of the corners of the internet, to present you with the highlights of those forum discussions on the February LSAT Let’s take a look at what happened.


Valentine’s Day Cards for Your Law School-Bound Boo

No less than the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. said of love that it “is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.” This is how we at Blueprint feel about the LSAT. The exam, an enemy we once sought to vanquish, is now not only a friend but an eternally beloved fixture in our lives. We write hosannas to each published LSAT, we admonish those who do not handle the test with the care it deserves, and we devotedly follow the exam’s every footstep. Love has transformed this test from foe to beaux, at least for those of us who instinctively diagrammed the great Reverend’s above quote.

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The Morning Cometh: The February 2018 LSAT Recap

The February 2018 LSAT marks the start of the new year for LSAC and law school hopefuls — sort of. Based on some calendar chicanery from LSAC, they’re actually saying the new year is the start of the new year is in June 2018. It’s a long story, but sort of relevant for today’s purposes.


Get Your Beloved the Best Gift of All with Our Valentine’s Day Sale!

Ahh, Valentine’s Day is upon us. Yes, the bane of any bae’s existence. The nadir of dears. The consternation of copulation.

What are your plans? Are you literally going to going to be the most unimaginative person ever and go with chocolate and flowers? Think that’s really going to wow him or her? Are you scrap and fight for a table at a restaurant that will serve you and your beloved a prix fixe menu? That may sound sort of nice, but did you know that Valentine’s Day is commonly referred to as “amateur night” in the restaurant industry, in part because restaurants use the night to fleece inexperienced diners with an overpriced menu?

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Your February 2018 LSAT Instant Reaction

Many, many congratulations to all of you future lawyers out there who are just getting out of the February LSAT! Once those waves of excitement die down (seriously, no more LSAT studying for you, at least for a little bit!), we’d love to hear how it went for you! So before you indulge too much in your celebratory elixir of choice, drop us a comment below to share your experience in the LSAT today.

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We’ve Just Added a Bunch of Classes for the New July LSAT!

When LSAC announced that it would administer, for the first time ever, a July LSAT this year, it threw us at Blueprint for a loop. I mean, for the entire time we’ve been providing the best LSAT classroom course available, there were always four exams a year: in February, June, September or October, and December. Year after year, we’d hold courses all across the nation to help countless students prepare for one of these exams. We had our schedules set. Like clockwork.

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What to Do the Day Before the LSAT

Congrats! If you’re a February 2018 LSAT taker, you’ve made it to the finish line of your LSAT prep. You registered for the exam, you made your way through those practice tests, and you’ll never look at “if…then” statements the same way again. Now you’re probably wondering, what should I do in these final 24 hours before my exam? Here are some tips for what to do, and what not to do, on your very last day before the LSAT.