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Spring UCLA 1 starts TOMORROW!

They say the early bird gets the worm. Yuck! Want something non-disgusting as a reward for your early bird tendencies? How about a competition-crushing score on the June 2016 LSAT?

Blueprint’s first Spring UCLA course, starring LSAT prep superstar and (unfortunately married) logic hunk Sam Fox, starts tomorrow, Saturday the 11th, at 10 am sharp. Even better, enroll now with the promo code UCLA200, and you’ll get two hundred simoleans (that’s, like, mobster for “dollars”) off the course.

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Alert! Alert! Flash sale (possibly) in your area!

You’re a crafty one, and you were thinking to yourself, “Self, Blueprint’s worth the cost, but I’m just gonna sit here for a few days and wait to see if they have a sale.”

Well, if you live in Berkeley, San Francisco, or Houston – one of these things is not like the other one! – your craftiness has paid off. (If you’re in another location, your craftiness has currently gotten you nowhere, just like mom said it would. Or wouldn’t. Whatever.)

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Logical Reasonings / 7.22.15

A) Sorry Facebook, but hand all of it over. WSJ

B) #lawlibpickuplines – ’nuff said. Above The Law

C) Writing is a big thing for prelaws. Here are some resources to help you improve that skill. Pen and Chisel Blog

D) Law students make great pageant contestants. We ain’t mad. Above The Law

E) Who doesn’t love puppies? BuzzFeed

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A Guide to Blueprint Area LSAT Testing Centers

As you know, the LSAT is a huge deal. It consists of nothing more than pencil and paper, but your performance on LSAT test day could very well determine your entire legal career. Therefore, there’s a lot of tension on these days. The last thing you need is some sort of distraction with the LSAT testing center room.

Scroll through the comments any of our LSAT blog’s past LSAT test day instant recaps, and you’ll find, unfortunately, that distractions are rampant in LSAT testing centers. Oftentimes it’s an annoying or inexperienced proctor. Sometimes it’s the chairs they put you in. Either way, it’s not uncommon for months of intense LSAT prep to go to waste because LSAC can’t consistently maintain their LSAT testing centers. And there are a lot of LSAT testing centers.

Allow us to help.

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Price Reduced for Blueprint’s September LSAT Online Course

If you’re still thinking about taking the September LSAT but haven’t started studying, it’s time to buckle down and make a decision.

Allow us to make it a little easier for you.

Blueprint LSAT Prep’s online course for the September LSAT is now available for a reduced price of $650. That’s a savings of $200 off the original price. However, it’s only for a limited time (and you’ve got less than two months to prepare for the exam, anyway), so act fast. You can enroll here.

BLUEPRINT LSAT PREP’S UPCOMING LAW SCHOOL APPLICATION WORKSHOPS

If you’re looking for something to spend that extra $200 on, why not sign up for one of our upcoming law school application workshops?

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Blueprint LSAT Prep Instructor: How I Chose Columbia Law

Yuko Sin is an instructor and blogger for Blueprint LSAT Prep. He is starting at Columbia Law School this fall, and will be writing a series of law school-related posts about his experiences. Here’s part one.

Believe it or not, some people will choose a law school based purely on the school’s place in the US News Rankings. Some think they’re being more clever by using the “Specialty Rankings.” Still others are attracted to such fringe benefits as having to swear off sex and booze – I’m looking at you BYU applicants.

For me, choosing a law school was all about cost of attendance versus job placement. I found that indeed, Puffy Daddy was right, it is all about the Benjamins.

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Coming in August: Law School Application Workshops

Summer is in full swing — which means the law school application season will soon be heating up, too.

You can start applying as early as September, so we’re teaming up with Ivey Consulting to host a handful of law school application workshops on each coast a month ahead of time.

Led by Ivey Consulting founder and former dean of admission at the University of Chicago Law School Anna Ivey, these workshops will cover everything you need to know in order to submit your best application to law school — from the best time to apply, how to target law schools for applications, how to formulate the best personal statement, how to address any weaknesses you may have, how to procure your best letters of recommendation, and any other questions that may arise during the law school application workshop.

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Last Chance: Sign Up for a Summer Blueprint LSAT Course

The majority of Blueprint LSAT Prep’s summer classes for the September LSAT kicked off this weekend, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to sign up.

And don’t forget about Blueprint’s online LSAT prep course, which will be open for enrollment for a few more weeks.

If you prefer our classroom course, here’s a rundown of the most recent Blueprint LSAT Prep classes that have started. The final seats will fill up fast, so hurry and sign up for (instructor in parenthesis):

Washington DC LSAT Prep 2 (Mithun Selvaratnam)

Davis LSAT Prep (Daniel Austin)

Phoenix LSAT Prep (Dylan Gadek)

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Your First Practice LSAT: Take It, Grade It, Embrace It

The September LSAT is approximately two and a half months away. Whether you’re enrolled in an LSAT prep course or studying on your own, it’s time to get down to business. First up? Taking your first practice exam.

If you’ve never studied for the LSAT before, your first practice exam will be what we call a “cold” exam. You’ll have no idea what to expect, you may have never seen a logic game before, and no matter how smart you are, you’re probably not going to do very well. Why? Unlike the SAT, you’re not going to roll out of your bed and ace the LSAT on your first try. The SAT is more of a general aptitude test, whereas the LSAT requires you to possess a very particular set of skills (just like Liam Neeson).

So why go through this torture?