The October LSAT is only four days away, which means if you haven’t started studying for it by now, you’ll have a better chance at winning this year’s presidential election than earning a decent LSAT score. Side note: If you do plan on running, let us know so we know who to vote for.
The December LSAT is a different story. If you’re taking the LSAT on December 1, you have nearly two whole months to hit the books. Unfortunately, you don’t have that much time to sign up for one of Blueprint LSAT Prep’s fall classroom courses. In fact, most of our fall LSAT courses start this weekend.
If you’re interested in a discount on one of our fall LSAT prep courses (and who wouldn’t be?), you should check out our referral program. If you know someone who took a Blueprint LSAT prep classroom course, mention them while enrolling in a non-California LSAT course and he or she will score $200 and you’ll earn a cool $100 off a fall Blueprint LSAT prep classroom course. Be sure to read that post for all the juicy details.
We’ve got fall LSAT classes in more than 20 locations around the US, including Austin, Berkeley, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Irvine, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Miami, New York, Northridge, Pasadena, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington DC. If you can’t make it to one of our live courses, be sure to check out our online LSAT prep course — available anywhere there’s internet.
Good luck on the December LSAT, and good luck in the election.