Back to school season is in full swing, and next week, Blueprint is taking you to class. That’s right — we’re hosting two free webinars, so you’ll be able to learn more about the LSAT as a whole or the Logic Games section specifically, from the comfort of your own home! Or the library… or work… or your friendly neighborhood coffee shop… you get the idea. Pants are optional (unless you’re in one of the latter places).
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.