Friendly Reminder to RSVP to Our Webinars on 1/31!

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Quick question: What’s the best thing to learn about?

No, it’s not the cataclysmic life cycle of a star or the deranged daily lives of ancient Roman emperors or the otherworldly features of deep sea monsters.

It’s obviously how to best study for the LSAT and attack the law school admissions process.

All right, another try: Where’s the best place to learn said information?

Yeah, you got that right. From the comfort and privacy of your own home, through the magic of internet telecommunication.

So, 1 for 2 isn’t bad, but it’s clear you have some learning to do. So why not get this learning done at one of the two webinars we’re hosting next Wednesday, January 31st?

The first webinar, which begins at 11 am, will provide a complete overview of the exam we call the LSAT. You’ll learn everything you need to know about that test — what’s on it, when it’s given, how to get started studying, and how law schools use your LSAT score to assess your application.

The second webinar, which will begin at 5 pm, will take you through every step of the law school application process. You’ll learn how to schedule a timeline to apply to law school, how to get all your application materials together, and you’ll even get a head start on writing your personal statement.

Both webinars are completely free — all you have to do is RSVP to reserve your space and receive an invitation to the webinar. But bandwidth is limited, so RSVP soon!

OK, final question: Does attending a webinar merit a reward?

Yes! We think so! All attendees of either webinar will receive a promo code for $300 off a Blueprint LSAT classroom course or $75 off the first month of the online course subscription.

So RSVP soon! See you next Wednesday.

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