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The December LSAT is 43 days away. 43 days. What does that mean for you, December LSAT taker? Let’s say you need to get 15 points up from where you are now in your practice exam scores. That means you need to tack on another point every 2.8 days between now and then, and that’s assuming that you’re studying seven days a week between now and then. You aren’t, are you?
Do you have a plan to churn out that kind of score increase? Even if you do, are you confident that it will work? This isn’t September, when you’ve got December as a backstop. If you’re serious about attending a well-ranked law school next year, December is your last chance to put up the score you want to. Some schools take February scores for matriculation that coming fall, but they are few and far between, not to mention usually far down on the totem pole of American law schools. What’s worse, even for those that do accept February scores, you’ll be fighting for the tiny handful of seats that are left over. Law schools do rolling admissions, and, for the most part, February exam takers get rolled over.
There’s a solution to this problem, and, for the next few hours, that solution is on sale at a steep discount. A Blueprint tutor can help get you on track for the next six or so weeks left until the December exam.
Blueprint tutors are not only experts on answering LSAT questions, they’re not only experts in explaining LSAT questions, they’re experts in creating study plans and habits that lead to big score jumps. Understand this:
A Blueprint tutor will help you craft an effective and comprehensive study plan for the remaining time left before the LSAT.
That’s a lot better than spinning your wheels hoping that you’re focused on the things you ought to be focused on. Even at full price, that kind of help will pay off in the long run.
Think about it.
If you don’t score now, you’re ultimately missing an entire year of lawyer salary down the road because you’ll be waiting another year to apply. Even if you do apply, your LSAT score determines the kinds of offers of tuition reduction and/or scholarship money you get. Law school tuition is up to $57,000 per year. Multiply that by three years and factor in cost of living and books — not to mention the amount of interest you’ll pay on your loans over the next 30 years — and this small investment in tutoring now can literally save you tens of thousands of dollars down the road.
Just so you know what you’re getting, every Blueprint tutor:
— scored in the 99th percentile on a real LSAT, meaning that, if you put one in a room with 100 other people who took the LSAT, he or she would probably have the top score.
— were personally trained by Blueprint’s founders in Blueprint’s proven method for LSAT dominance.
— were screened not just for understanding of the exam, but the ability to deliver instruction in a clear and engaging manner.
— have access to Blueprint’s powerful online resources, resources that can help you drill down to your weaknesses and tackle them head on.
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