Tag Archive: spring classes

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Spring classes for the June LSAT are starting soon!

While Punxsutawney Phil predicted a couple more weeks of winter this year, at Blueprint, our spring classes are already arriving! Most of the students planning to take a spring classroom course are going to take the June LSAT, and if you are one of these students, then all I can say is … lucky you! As someone who studied with Blueprint before taking a June administration of the LSAT, I think that June is a great time to take the exam and that the spring season is an ideal time to get in your studying. Let me tell you why.

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A month ’til spring classes? But I wanna study now!

If you’re taking a Blueprint LSAT class, you may be wondering what you should be doing before class starts. You don’t need to do anything to prepare — the class is designed to take you from LSAT nobody to LSAT expert. So if you’d like to just pretend the LSAT isn’t coming up until your class starts, that’s fine. But if you’d like to get a head start, that’s fine, too. It certainly can’t hurt. Here are some ideas.

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What should you do before your Spring course? Spoiler: not much.

Most of Blueprint LSAT Prep’s live courses for the June LSAT start next week, which means that for at least some of you reading, your days of freedom are numbered.
You may be wondering how to spend those remaining days. As far as actual LSAT prep, there’s not a whole lot you need to do at this stage.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.10.16

A. Blueprint’s Spring UCLA 1 class starts this Saturday! There’s still space available. Enroll with promo code UCLA200 to get $200 off a Spring UCLA course. Blueprint LSAT

B. Holy moly! The Dean of UC Berkeley’s law school – AKA Boalt Hall – just stepped down as a lawsuit filed by his assistant claiming sexual harassment gains steam. CBS News

C. A bunch of kids in Oregon have filed a really adorable federal environmental lawsuit against the federal government and scores of companies that contribute to climate change. The Register-Guard

D. A study in Britain has concluded that children are being routinely misdiagnosed with ADHD. Turns out that being annoying and loud may be a feature of childhood rather than a bug. The Telegraph

E. Eeeeeek! Hot felon Jeremy Meeks is out of prison! OMG, is that him? How do we look? Hollywood Life