A) Slate thinks going to law school without taking the LSAT is a pretty terrible idea.
B) An informal survey of the skills young lawyers wish they had before going to law school. Trebuchet Legal
C) If law schools had credit ratings, Stanford would definitely get a platinum AmEx. Above the Law
D) Compelling career advice from President Obama (and how he recovered from a disastrous campaign): “It’s about the work.” Cal Newport
E) When it comes to vaccines, Jimmy Kimmel is the anti-Jenny McCarthy. Also, when it comes to swimsuit modeling. Salon
All good things must come to an end, and Blueprint’s 10th Anniversary Sale is no different. Tomorrow (3/3) is the last day we’ll be offering 10% off any of our courses in celebration of our 10th birthday.
Over 80 students have already taken advantage of the sale, saving some bucks on the best LSAT prep classes around; if you’ve been thinking about taking the June or October LSAT, there’s never been a better time to sign up for a Blueprint course.
When Blueprint founders Trent Teti, Matt Riley and Jodi Triplett gathered in February 2005 to start a new kind of LSAT prep company, they had no idea that their dream would take the company through 36 cities, 4 offices, and enough coffee to fill the L.A. River.
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Mar 2, 2015 - 6:56 pm - By Greg Nix
Tags: class, course, discount, LSAT, prep, sale
A) Three ways to boost the admissions chances of a late law school application. US News & World Report
B) Columbia is the first law school to crack $60K in annual tuition. Congratulations? Above The Law
C) How to create a study schedule for law school. About.com
D) The Justice Department is about to release a report that finds racial bias in the Ferguson police department. New York Times
E) Check out this transcript of the meeting in which George Lucas and Steven Spielberg invented Indiana Jones. No record of the 2008 meeting in which they destroyed him. Vashi Visuals
A few weeks ago, Blueprint LSAT instructor Branden Frankel shared his tale about the first time he took the LSAT. Branden exemplifies the laid-back, West Coast, chill approach to one’s first LSAT attempt. I, on the other hand, exhibited the uptight, Type A, super paranoid (but prepared!) approach to LSAT-taking. (Hmm, maybe I should have become a lawyer after all….)
Back in the day, I was a fresh-faced, bright-eyed pre-law student with big dreams and an even bigger stack of #2 pencils. I had taken an LSAT course with this company I’d never heard of prior to researching classes called Blueprint LSAT Prep. I had been scoring well on my practice exams and was feeling pretty confident about my odds of getting the score I wanted.
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Feb 27, 2015 - 6:38 pm - By Laura Santoski
Tags: diary, exam, first test, instructor, LSAT
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A) How do law school grades work? Like other grades, mostly. LawSchooli
B) Above the Law thinks the two schools that eliminated the LSAT requirement just found another way to screw students.
C) Interested in writing for a law review? ‘Cuz Stanford has 10 of them (note: this sentence has not been peer-reviewed). jdMission
D) The U.S. is one step closer to getting a new attorney general. Wall Street Journal
E) The ocean’s freezing in Nantucket. Why do people live in the northeast again? New York Times