As a proud American capitalist, it is almost time for one of my favorite events of the year. I know you’re probably thinking “Black Friday,” but no. I am referring to the far superior Cyber Monday. All the deals without any of the human interaction or potential for stampedes — what could be better?
In keeping with the “cyber” part of “Cyber Monday,” Blueprint is offering two webinars for your viewing pleasure. And, to appeal to your inner bargain-seeker, all webinar attendees participants will receive $300 off a live Blueprint classroom course or $75 off their first month of the online subscription. Without further ado, here’s a rundown on the topics the webinars will cover.
November 16th, 6pm-7pm PST: Law School Admissions Workshop
The Law School Admissions Workshop, true to its name, will cover the best ways to get admitted to law school. More specifically, it’ll go over how to write your personal statement, how to get letters of recommendation, when to apply, and everything else you need to know to gain an offer of admission. Given that mid-November is right in the sweet spot of the application cycle, you won’t want to miss it if you’re planning on going to law school next year.
This webinar will be led by Nick McIntosh, a teaching veteran who scored a 172 on the LSAT. As a long-time Blueprint instructor, Nick has great insight into the application process, and he will guide you through the process with the reliability and heroism of a young Sully Sullenberger.
RSVP for the law school admissions workshop here.
November 18th, 12pm-1pm PST: LSAT Seminar
If you’re not quite ready to start thinking about the application process in its entirety, we’re also offering an LSAT seminar. The LSAT seminar will give you insight into how your LSAT score factors into your application (once you get there). In addition, you’ll get the opportunity to see some Blueprint methods applied to actual LSAT questions. This webinar is a great way to get an overview of the LSAT before you jump into it.
This webinar will be led by Ross Rinehart. Ross scored a 170 on the LSAT, and he attended USC Law (it’s taking a lot, as a loyal Bruin, not to make any negative comments about Trojans right here). Ross has 11 years of teaching experience and he will navigate you through the shoals of the LSAT with all the courage of a young John Paul Jones.
RSVP for logic games workshop here.
I highly recommend taking advantage of these opportunities, not just for the doorbuster deals. The more information you have about the process, the better you’ll be at contextualizing your studies into the overall scheme of the application cycle, and the better your application will be.