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Seeking Other LSAT Prep Options?


LSAT success at Blueprint isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Take your choice from the multiple formats and features based on your schedule, timeline, and learning style.

Live Online LSAT Course

Live Online

Seeking flexibility in LSAT prep without compromising live, high-quality, and engaging instruction? Look no further than Blueprint’s Live Online Courses, offering the most convenient class schedules led by our top national LSAT instructors streamed right to your laptop.

Online Anytime LSAT Course

Online Anytime

Engaging instruction streamed to fit your personalized LSAT study needs. From cutting-edge practice sets and interactive drills to on-the-go lesson videos and advanced analytics, Blueprint’s On-Demand LSAT course delivers the ultimate in LSAT prep flexibility.

LSAT Tutoring

One-on-one Tutoring

Blueprint Tutoring guarantees the most personalized, one-on-one learning experience with a top-scoring LSAT expert. Armed with a tailored study plan targeted to each students' needs, goals, strengths and weaknesses, tutoring students can expect to achieve their personal best.

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This course was incredible and due to the wonderful instruction of Kevin Lin, helped me achieve admission to a top 10 law school. The course improved my LSAT score by more than 10 points and Kevin is extremely thorough in both his instruction and knowledge of the material. The difficulty for me with this test was the reading section and Kevin helped me specifically target my weaknesses and find consistent patterns in my incorrect answers. Over time, with practice from the homework assignments and excellent mentorship by Kevin, I was able to reduce my mistakes in that particular section and achieve a score that I was satisfied with. I could not have achieved my LSAT goals without this course and Kevin's instruction, and I would recommend Blueprint to anyone looking for a boost in their LSAT study plan. With 5 practice exams and countless practice assignments, there is plenty of practice material to improve as long as you put in the time and work. Will take a couple of months to see significant results, so be patient and focus on following a good practice process which Kevin will guide you towards.

02/22/2018 by Mihir A.

I'm really happy about my experience with Blueprint (12 point improvement! Really!) and I would recommend taking an in-person course, especially with Kevin Lin. I've tried to study for the LSAT by myself before, but it was difficult to dedicate the time with a demanding full-time job. Blueprint materials are streamlined and engaging. Their strategies work without overcomplicating things. However, I just cannot emphasize enough what an incredible instructor Kevin Lin is. I really think his classroom instruction (and follow up emails!) were the most important part of making the score improvement. I think Kevin has such exhaustive knowledge of the LSAT that he's able to provide deeper explanations and answer individual questions with an absolute and rapid fluency that goes beyond course materials or curriculum. Kevin kept the classroom lively with a good sense of humor but he was actually brilliant at managing classroom participation to ensure everyone was engaged. I'm also thankful for his personalized advice along the way and for his genuine encouragement! 

06/28/2016 by Connie C.

Julien Hawthorne wants you to do well on the LSAT. Here's the thing with Blueprint. It focuses ONLY on the LSAT, so the company already devotes a lot of attention and resources for LSAT preparation. But what Julien does is prepare you with an aptitude to know what's on the test, knowing all the concepts and strategies, but also psychologically getting you ready. From the first to the very last lesson, Julien teaches the material in an engaging and light-hearted manner. He breaks down the concepts that are understandable, goes the extra mile to help you by providing tips, coaching, and what not. He is also frank and honest, by setting realistic expectations and goals. Through his mentorship, I received a dramatic boost (Dec '15) from the first time (when I didn't go to Blueprint) I took the actual test.

06/28/2016 by Henry M.

I took the class on Long Island, and I learned a lot from it. The classes can be long (4 hours!), but very informative. The instructor was helpful and thorough in explaining the concepts; the books and online videos were also very descriptive and in depth for the questions and prep tests. Lots of online resources too, which is good for review and extra practice. The people were all nice to deal with and willing to help with any problems. Would definitely recommend Blueprint LSAT to anyone thinking of taking the LSAT. The in-person course is my personal ideal, but the online course is also fantastic. 

09/09/2015 by Leslie T.

If you are looking to increase your LSAT score, I encourage you to take this course. There is a lot of work involved, ie homework, practice exams, however, if you are willing to follow the curriculum you are guaranteed a score increase. I took my initial LSAT and received a 140, by the last practice test I was receiving scores in the 160 range. If you live near New York City, I recommend you take Brett Donaldson's class. He shows compassion for his students and he knows the ins and outs of the test, adding comicality and amusement to the boring and overwhelming test structure.

01/28/2018 by Nick B.

I took the class with Kevin Lin and he was the best! My score increased 15 points as a result of taking this class. I took the lsat today and I think I did ok. The classes were essential for someone like me, who learns by interacting and by asking questions. Definitely worth it. 

05/06/2017 by Jessica R.

Amazing Instructors

All 170+. All fun to be around. All the time.

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+11 Point Average Score Increase*

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Long Island: A really long island for a really long LSAT course.


Whether you live in the Hamptons or couch surf every summer in Islip, Blueprint gives you fabulous LSAT prep at a price you don't have to be Bethenny Frankel to afford.

Whether it's Long Island, Brooklyn, or Manhattan, Blueprint packs a New York punch. Our LSAT classes are 52 hours long with every LSAT question legal to license (over 8,000!), and include online explanations for every homework question. That's more LSAT questions than there are lighthouses in Long Island. Possibly, the world.

With an average practice exam score increase of eleven points,* you can't go wrong prepping for the LSAT with Blueprint on Long Island.

Frequently Asked Questions about Blueprint's Long Island LSAT prep: 

Where is your Long Island LSAT prep course located?
Our Long Island LSAT prep course is located in the metro area, but specific addresses may differ depending on which time of the year you're taking a class. Check out Long Island's class schedule for more.
When does the Long Island LSAT prep course begin? When should I sign up?

Our Long Island LSAT prep course will begin roughly 2-3 months before each of the four scheduled exams per year. You may sign up anytime before then, but be aware that your books can take up to five business days to arrive.

What separates Blueprint from the rest of the LSAT prep companies?

We strive to make your learning experience enjoyable rather than tedious. If you can be entertained while also learning the ins and outs of the LSAT, the information is more likely to stick.

Couldn't help but notice an asterisk. What's the story there?

*Our study was run in the spring of 2017 and was computed from the student's first practice exam to their best practice exam. The study included all qualifying students in all of our classroom courses across the country. To qualify for the study, students had to take all six proctored practice exams given during the course. In addition, the study excluded self-study students who did not attend a live class. Repeat students were also excluded. Our score increase data was calculated by the accounting firm of BPE&H using test results taken directly from the Blueprint database.