Tag Archive: free lsat prep course

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Logical Reasonings / 5.10.16

A. You still have a chance to enter to win a free summer Blueprint LSAT course, classroom or online! Blueprint LSAT Prep

B. Law school is expensive. This student turned to prostitution to pay the bills. Reasonable? Abominable? Above the Law

C. Looks like West Virginia is feeling the Bern today. It’s not enough to save the campaign, though. CNN

D. Need relief from all the crazy news that makes you want to scream? Here’s a list, with breathtaking photos, of the most beautiful location in each state. Believe it or not, Nebraska is not uniformly horrible. Pure Wow

E. Do you ever look at your car and think, “Man, there just aren’t enough swastikas on this thing.” Well, here’s a craigslist ad with the car for you. Jalopnik

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Win Free LSAT Tutoring!

You like free stuff – especially free LSAT tutoring to get your LSAT score to the next level. We’d like to be featured speakers at the South by Southwest Educational Conference. That’s why we’re raffling off the following three prizes for everyone who votes for us:

1. Four (4) free hours of LSAT tutoring (live or skype)
2. Two (2) free hours of LSAT tutoring (live or skype)
3. One (1) paperback copy of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games

You can enter up to 4 times by following the instructions below.

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Get ‘The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games’ – Fo’ Free!


There’s no such thing as a free lunch. But you know what is free (for a limited time)? The Kindle version of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games!

Um, so… the giveaway actually, really, officially starts on Monday, July 20th at 10AM PST and ends on Friday, July 24th at 5PM. Yes, dear reader – this post, like Channing Tatum and the promise of delicious fat free potato chips, is a big tease. The real deal happens on Monday.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get excited now. And, we’re allowing you to pre-reserve your copy!

How to pre-reserve your copy:

1) Like us on Facebook. Yep, we’re shamelessly trolling for social media love. Once you’ve done that:

2) Send an email to info@blueprintlsat.com with the subject line Games Book Giveaway and your full name so we can check that you liked us on Facebook. (Yes, you’ll be subjected to a newsletter from BP when we get your email, but you can unsubscribe right away. And, who knows, you may actually like the newsletter, as it’s full of useful LSAT, application, and law school information.) We’ll also use this email address to send you the book and also to remind you about a month from now to:

3) Write an honest, unbiased review of the book at Amazon, Google Books, or another site (we’ll send you the link in about a month).

4) Remember, don’t expect to get your free copy until Monday, since that is when the giveaway officially starts!

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Logical Reasonings / 3.13.13

A) You only have one week left to submit to Blueprint LSAT Prep’s video contest. Hurry, or you might miss out on the free LSAT prep course we’re giving away. Facebook.

B) Folks are still talking about yesterday’s release of the new US News & World Report law school rankings. Wall Street Journal.

C) They’re still counting votes in Florida, but it looks like there’s a new Pope. CNN.

D) Everybody settle down. There are no renegade Ukrainian dolphins with weapons strapped to their heads. Escapist Magazine.

E) Need help concentrating on your LSAT prep? Chomp on some gum. Discovery.

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2 Days Left to Win a Free LSAT Course in Our Video Contest

If you’re reading this LSAT blog, it’s likely you’ve given up on the prospect of becoming a movie star. It’s cool. There’s nothing to be ashamed of. You’ve simply set your sights on a more realistic career.

But here at Blueprint, we know there’s a little Meryl Streep in each of you — even the dudes.

That’s why a few weeks ago we kicked off a video contest (which you can visit here) with the grand prize of a free Blueprint LSAT Prep course on the line. Second place wins a $400 voucher off a Blueprint LSAT course, and third place wins some sweet Blueprint SWAG. In our book, that’s better than winning an Oscar.

Unfortunately, the video contest ends in two days.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.12.12

A) Our video contest ends in three days. Submit your own or vote. The grand prize winner receives a free LSAT prep course. Facebook.

B) US News’ top law schools list will be out tomorrow. Here’s a sneak peek. US News and World Report.

C) If you’re not into sports, here’s a bracket about law schools you can fill out. Above the Law.

D) “Siri, find me a lawyer so I can sue Apple for misleading advertising.” BGR.

E) This is what Photoshop was made for: Elijah Wood’s face on Steve Buscemi’s head. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.9.12

A) We received the first submission in our video contest yesterday. Check it out, and see if you can top it. There’s a free LSAT prep course on the line, people! Facebook.

B) Unemployment numbers are the lowest in four years. Where do law school grads fit in? CBS News.

C) Now for some good news: More and more people are supporting the idea of lowering law school tuition. Above the Law.

D) The saga of the chicken McNugget that looks like George Washington is not over. The highest bidder ($8,100) has backed out. Sioux City Journal.

E) Here’s a live webcast of a litter of kittens, in case you are a cuteness voyeur. Hello Giggles.

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Video Contest to Win a Free LSAT Prep Course Ends March 15



Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

That’s how easy it is to participate in Blueprint’s video contest and be entered to win a free LSAT prep course. Mention those three phrases in a vid, upload it and get everyone you know to vote for you. Winner becomes an LSAT ninja. For free.

Oh, and we’re also giving away a $400 voucher off a Blueprint LSAT Prep course to the second place winner, and a Blueprint shirt, keychain and letter of recognition to the third-place winner. Don’t those sound like egg-celent LSAT prizes, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor? (See? This is a piece of cake.)

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Logical Reasonings / 3.8.12

A) Blueprint is giving away a free LSAT prep course. FREE! Facebook.

B) The woman who invented Spanx didn’t go to law school because her LSAT scores were too low. Just a guess, but maybe her LSAT study was lacking because she was spending too much time thinking about underwear. ABA Journal.

C) The University of Pennsylvania Law School made a poster mocking Louis Vuitton’s unrelenting efforts to protect its trademarks. Now Louis V. is suing them. NY Mag.

D) Here’s some good stuff regarding February LSAT scores and applying to law school from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Pre-Law blog. UMass Amherst.

E) We’re due for some cat stuff. Here’s a bunch of kitties eating human food. They think they’re people! BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.7.12

A) Blueprint is giving away a free LSAT prep course. Grab your camcorder and check out how. Facebook.

B) Ann K. Levine, Esq. knows what we’re talkin’ about. Law School Expert.

C) This is strange: Someone forged a US Department of Education letter congratulating one student on earning one of the top LSAT scores in the country. Austin YNN.

D) Here’s video of Harvard Law Review prez Barack Obama working on his public speaking at a campus protest in 1991. Above the Law.

E) Dick Clark is selling his Flintstones-inspired home. Now you can live in prehistoric luxury! BuzzFeed.