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Spring 2013 Blueprint LSAT Prep Classes Starting Very Soon

If you follow college basketball, you know that March Madness is almost upon us.

If you follow the LSAT prep world, you know it is already here.

There are just a few weeks left to sign up for a spring 2013 Blueprint LSAT Prep course, so if you plan on taking the June LSAT and want the most effective and most entertaining instruction available, sign up for an LSAT course now. After our Berkeley LSAT prep class kicks things off tomorrow, here’s when the rest of the spring 2013 Blueprint LSAT Prep courses begin — as well as the instructor teaching the course:

Blueprint LSAT Prep Courses Starting March 24:


Blueprint Classes for the June LSAT Starting Now

Today’s post is a reminder of how important the LSAT is for law school applications, followed closely by why you therefore need to prep for it, and winding up with a discussion of why if you prep with a course, Blueprint is the way to go.  How’s that for laying out a clear thesis?

If you don’t know yet, consider yourself informed that the LSAT is the single most important factor in law school applications.  This is because of a variety of factors, including the difficulty of evaluating GPAs that differ enormously across multiple variables (strength of school, strength of major, grading inconsistencies, etc.), the fact that the LSAT is a good predictor of first year law school success, etc.  Whether or not you like this, that’s the way it is in law school admissions right now.  I personally think a pie eating contest would be an epic way to gain law school admittance, but I was overruled by the ABA.