Law school hopefuls, do you want to start studying for the LSAT and begin the application process, but are a little unsure of how to begin? Have you tried to do online research, but been overwhelmed by the vast amount of difficult to understand and occasionally contradictory advice? Do you want to ask someone how to start the admissions process, or where to begin with the LSAT, but you’re not sure whom to ask? Do you even fear the prospect of leaving your own home to acquire said information?
Well, if any of these apply to you, you’re in luck. Tomorrow, September 12, we’ll be hosting two webinars — that’s a portmanteau of world wide web and seminar, grandpa — on these very topics. We’ve been reaching tons of future law students through these webinars, and we’ve turned them into a bit of a webinartform. So from the privacy of your own home (or from your favorite coffee shop that you use for WiFi) you can watch as two Blueprint instructors webinarrate trustworthy advice on how to apply to law school and how the LSAT figures into your application. And after both webinars, you’ll have the opportunity to these instructors every question you have about the path to law school.
The first webinar of the day will start at noon PDT, and will focus on law school admissions. Blueprint instructor and USC Gould School of Law alum Ross Rinehart will be taking you through the admissions process — when to start, how to go about asking for letters of recommendation, what should go into a personal statement, how admissions officers weigh your LSAT against your GPA , and much more. To reserve a space to learn all about the webinarcane admissions process, you can RSVP here.
Our second webinar will be held at 6:00 pm PDT, and will cover the LSAT. At this webinar, you’ll learn all about what the LSAT is, how it’s scored, and you’ll even get a bit of time to practice a few problems. Your host to this webinar will be Blueprint instructor, UCLA School of Law alumnus, and 171-obtainer David Burke, who will show you that the LSAT is not only conquerable, but can be a little fun too. To get David’s webinarticulate advice on the LSAT, you should RSVP right here.
And, by the way, once you’ve been webinarmed with great information on the law school admissions or the LSAT, you’ll get a magical code that will give you $300 off Blueprint’s in-person classroom course or $75 off the first month of a subscription to the online course. But you’ll only get these discounts if you RSVP and attend. So don’t wait — these are webinaround the corner — RSVP!