Tag Archive: November LSAT

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Tonight’s the Deadline to Sign Up for the November 2018 LSAT!

The weather is getting gloomier, the days are getting shorter, and summer is clearly in the rearview. I, for one, am gearing up for a hearty helping of seasonal affective disorder. And for those of you thinking about taking the LSAT, I have one more bit of cheery news: the deadline to sign up for the November LSAT is tonight at 11:59 pm Eastern.

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Last Call for Our Labor Day Sale!

If you spent your Labor Day weekend grubbing at barbecues, frolicking in bodies of water, or otherwise enjoying the waning days of summer — without a thought spent on the LSAT, applications, or your law school future — we can’t blame you. In fact, that’s why we extended our Labor Day Sale to today, Wednesday, September 5th. For all of you who spent your Labor Days on a momentary reprieve from all matter of work and planning, you have until tonight at 11:59 pm Pacific to take advantage of huge discounts on Blueprint’s LSAT courses.

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Don’t Be Late to Our Early Bird Sale! It Ends Today!

In a way, there are two types of students who approach the LSAT: the early bird and the late comer. They may have the same goal in mind, but the early bird shows up on exam day refreshed, with plenty of time before the check in cut-off time. The late comer is the one that leaves their coffee on the roof of their car because they left for the exam without a minute to spare with a near-empty gas tank. The early bird will send out their law school applications in the fall in order to give themselves the best chance at admission, while the late comer will delay ’til the spring and then send out a haphazard essay to the wrong school.

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Our Early Bird Sale is Going Strong!

This year, LSAC switched up the schedule of LSATs, moving up the last LSAT of the calendar year from December to November. There are a ton of reasons to celebrate this change. For instance, this change will allow test takers to apply earlier in the application cycle than the December test takers could, which could help with their admissions chances. Plus, November test takers will be able to enjoy the winter holidays without the score release still looming, distracting them from optimal holiday merrymaking — a perk not enjoyed by the December test takers.

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Prepping Early Pays Off for LSAT

If you’re in the market for an LSAT course, I have good news! Today, at 9am, Blueprint is starting an Early Bird Sale for the November LSAT. The sale will run until Wednesday, August 1, and it offers $300 off classroom courses and $75 off the first month of an online course subscription. All you have to do is enter the promo code earlybird300 for the classroom discount and earlybird75 for the online discount.