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Last Chance to RSVP to Our Webinar on the July LSAT!

If you’re about to begin studying for the LSAT, you’re entering a new era of your life. You’re going to take a journey to the woodshed of legend, and you’re going to stay there, patiently and methodically developing the skills you need master this exam. But before doing this, you may ask yourself: where is this woodshed located, and once there, what skills should I focus on, and how do I best develop them?

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Don’t Forget: Sign up for Wednesday’s Webinar on the July LSAT!

When LSAC announced that there was going to be a brand-new LSAT in July 2018, the greater community of LSAT-watchers lost its dang mind. Think about it: since, like, practically the middle ages (read: 1991), the LSAT had been given four times a year. Now, all of the sudden, there was going to be this fifth LSAT. That’s a (checking my math) 25% increase in LSAT. That’s sizable!

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RSVP to Our Webinar: “Everything You Need to Know About the July LSAT”

For the first time ever, there will be an LSAT administered in July 2018. This test administration has been shrouded in mystery. What time will it start? Will the test be released? How should I adjust my study schedule for it? If I want to retake after the June LSAT, will I still have time to sign up for the July test?

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RSVP to the Webinars We’re Hosting on Thursday!

It’s March, which means there are a few things on your To Do list. Set your clocks ahead for daylight saving time (check). Remember to call it daylight saving time and not daylight savings time, because time is a construct and it is not trying to like, deposit daylight into a bank account at Wells Fargo (check). Fill out your college basketball springtime tournament of chaos bracket (we’ll get around to it). Remember that referring to said college basketball tournament as “M—- M——” risks infringing upon the NCAA’s intellectual property and courts legal action (check). Find something green to wear on St. Patrick’s Day (umm, I’m pretty sure I have an old t-shirt somewhere). Remember to Google why we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day so that one pedantic friend of yours doesn’t correct you on St. Patrick’s Day (still need to get around to that — I think it’s about snakes or Protestants or something though). And so on.

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Heads Up! We’ll Be Hosting Two More Webinars on Thursday, March 15th!

Top o’ the morning to you! It’s finally March, the month of unseasonably late snowstorms (at least for those of us in the Northeast), busted brackets, and drunks stumbling around the city wearing green on St. Paddy’s Day. It’s also the time of year when a crop of new students begins to think somewhat abstractly about the LSAT looming in their future, or perhaps the law school applications they’ll have to submit in the upcoming fall.

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Don’t Miss Out on Next Wednesday’s Webinars!

Once again, it’s webinar time. If you’re planning on taking the June LSAT, it’s also time to start thinking seriously about how you’re going to prep. We’re going to hold two webinars next Wednesday, February 28 (that’s a week from today!). If you attend, you’ll get a discount off of Blueprint classes — $300 off a classroom course or $75 off the first month of a subscription to our online course. If you want to come, you’ll have to RSVP, so get clicking!

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Start your law school journey right with tomorrow’s webinars

So, you’re thinking about applying to law school. Maybe this has been a lifelong goal for you, once a relative told you that your bratty, argumentative demeanor would serve you well as an attorney. Maybe you’ve been inspired by civil rights and public interest attorneys past and present and want to fight on behalf of the underrepresented. Maybe you’ve seen starting salaries at so-called Big Law firms and literal bags of money materialized on your corneas. Maybe you’ve seen the arrests of Philly fans celebrating their win last night, and see a market opportunity.

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Free Upcoming Webinars on February 6!

February can be a month of high stress and seemingly endless waiting. Whether you are counting down the days until the February LSAT, or waiting for some good news on your law school applications. And once you make it to law school, February is probably still going to be a month for waiting to hear back on summer jobs. It’s time to step off the hamster wheel of life created by these cycles of unbearable waiting, and find something you can do right now.