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January 2019 Post-LSAT Carnival

With the January LSAT behind us, it’s time for another LSAT Carnival to round up the online forum discussions about the exam. As with every LSAT in the history of Reddit, students with nothing to do but wait for their scores took to their laptops to analyze or simply vent about their experience.

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The Morning Cometh: The January 2019 LSAT Recap

For most of you reading this post, you probably didn’t spend this weekend watching a meaningless football exhibition, or being hoodwinked by a network into thinking a highly publicized televised production of a popular musical was actually live, or being reversed psychologied into running for president. Most of you — being a smart and motivated type — probably elected to spend four or so hours of your weekend holed up in a test center, taking the the first LSAT of the calendar year 2019.

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Your January 2019 LSAT Instant Reaction

Congratulations to all January LSAT takers! You’ve endured four hours of intense testing and now you’ve emerged — hopefully — triumphant. You’ve been through the proverbial ringer, all the logic you had stored in your brain rung out by each of the six sections on the exam. Whether you felt those sections went great or just OK or maybe even not great, one thing is certain: the test is over. And that is worth celebrating.

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Predictions for the January 2019 LSAT

For the January exam, we’re going to switch our typical predictions post up a little bit.

For the past few years, we’ve jokingly made hyper-specific and ridiculous predictions for each LSAT that, unsurprisingly, were not borne out by the actual exam. The “joke” was that making actual predictions on the LSAT was a fool’s errand, since you won’t know exactly what the Logical Reasoning questions, Reading Comp passages, or Logic Games would be about. And, even if you did, that knowledge wouldn’t be of much use. So, we’d make a few winking, sort-of-inane predictions, and then remind students that as long as they were comfortable with the concepts that get tested on every LSAT, they’d do great, irrespective of what would end up showing up on the test.

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January LSAT Deadlines Are Here

The January 2019 LSAT is just a couple weeks away, which also means that the deadlines to change or get out of this exam have arrived. Students signed up for the January LSAT have until today, January 11 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time, to change the test location or postpone the LSAT to another date (both requiring you to pay an extra $125). And today is also the deadline to withdraw from the LSAT altogether for a refund of $50.

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There’s Only One Month Until the January LSAT?!

December 26 is known all over the globe as Boxing Day, but here at Blueprint, we know it for another reason: It marks exactly one month until the January 2019 LSAT. That means it’s time to set aside the presents, put down the cookies, and crack open those LSAT books again.

You can get a lot of studying done in a month, but you’ll want to make sure you’re making the most of it. Here are some things to add to your to-do list during this final month:

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You Can Still Register for LSAT Prep Classes for the January LSAT

You know that feeling when you think a great opportunity has passed you by, but then, it hasn’t? That’s what we’re hoping you’re about to feel right now–there is still time to register for Blueprint LSAT courses to prepare for the January LSAT! Whether you were already planning on taking the winter test, are feeling unsure about the November LSAT this Saturday, or simply want to take one of the last few paper exams before the LSAT goes digital, this is your last chance to register for the classes starting now to prepare for the January exam.

If in-person LSAT classes or live online LSAT classes are not your forte, we recommend the equally as effective online course or private tutoring! Score some steep discounts on all these courses by attending our webinar tomorrow afternoon!

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Classes for the January LSAT are Starting Soon!

Now that Halloween is officially over, we should be preparing for Thanksgiving and Christmas, right? Well, yes, but not if you’re planning on taking the January LSAT. With only a few months out before the exam, now is the time to register for a class, purchase an online course, or find a tutor.

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The Top 3 Reasons to Take the January LSAT

I know it’s only October, but here at Blueprint LSAT Prep, we have decided to blow through Halloween — forget Thanksgiving – and don’t even think about Christmas/Hannukah/the winter solstice/your holiday of choice. That’s right, it’s time to talk about January. Why January? Well, because when it comes to LSAT prep, it behooves you to think ahead, and it just so happens that there are several reasons taking the January test could be a good idea for you.

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How to Choose an LSAT Prep Course

Scorpios, Geminis, INTJ, ESTP, introvert, extrovert or however you choose to identify, we can all admit we’re unique and learn differently. Some of us are morning people, others are more productive with their laptop propped up in bed, and still others can only find time to themselves on their commute to work. Fortunately, Blueprint LSAT understood this and decided to meet students where they are. You’re not basic, so why should your test prep be? Below we breakdown the three LSAT prep courses we offer to help you find your perfect option. Plus, all these courses for the January 2019 LSAT are on sale this week only!