I was a student of Blue Print LSAT prep in-class course for the October 2012 LSAT. It was my first exposure to LSAT prep and was exactly what I was looking for. There was personal attention, which is a huge must for my learning style, and a lively classroom atmosphere. My score raised a total of 8 points after the class. (I took the LSAT twice after the class, the first time my score rose six points, then the second time, two points above that totaling an 8 point increase post-Blue Print prep). I highly recommend this course to anyone who is looking for an interactive way to prepare for the LSAT without the dry and boring same old lecture. Now, I am deposited to my first choice law school which I would not have had a chance of getting into if my score had not improved with the help of Blue Print.
06/02/2017 by Emily B.
If you're serious about doing well on the LSAT, you have to take a prep course. The problem is: how the heck are you supposed to know what you're looking for? So, listen. Courses are expensive, you couldn't possibly know how to choose one, and you're beginning to see how much of a time-suck this is really going to be. I got really lucky because I just happened to pick Blueprint, and I'd like to outline what makes this program special -- because I'm not even kidding -- I raised my score 14 points. Don't get me wrong, I studied like mad, and you best believe that I took advantage of every single resource Blueprint had to offer. There's so many -- you really get what you pay for. Some prep companies will train any old so-and-so to teach their course. Trust me -- I see the listings on Craigslist. At Blueprint, the instructors have all scored above a 170 on the LSAT, which means that they 1. are super smart, 2. are super knowledgeable about the test, and 3. personally know the agony you're going through. My instructor was awesome. He was a 3d year law student and a very funny and down-to-earth guy. When I emailed him with questions, he replied quickly with detailed responses. He took time in class until everyone felt like they understood. Class was of course informative and boring, but it was also goofy and easy-going. Yeah, there's hours of homework for each class. Hey man, no pain, no gain. And yup -- get on that website, there's extra practice problems to print out. Blueprint offers proctored practice exams almost every weekend of the course. Dragging myself to those was the most beneficial thing I did, because I became familiar with the testing conditions. Then, if you're feeling particularly masochistic, there's plenty of extra exams on the website. For every test question, there's a video, audio file, or PDF with an explanation -- you have access to those at any time. I learned a lot from studying the questions I got wrong or guessed on. However, you can upgrade your account to get access to hundreds of video lessons. The videos are funny, easy-to-follow, and succinct. I referred to them when I zoned out in class and missed something (it happens), to practice the specific LR types I struggled with, and just to hear the lessons again in a different way. There's a lot more to the website -- if you use it regularly to score your practice exams and homework, it'll spit out all kind of statistics about your problem question types, and there's a whole "score compass" thing that gives you an idea of what chances you have at different law schools. The support team at Blueprint is a neat bunch of people. I communicated with my class manager throughout the course, and she had a lot of helpful advice. I always felt like there was somebody in my corner. There's just some intangible things that helped, too. This sounds stupid -- but the instructor always let us know that he cared about how we did, and ya know, I thought about that when I didn't want to do my homework. He was the first person I emailed when I got my score. I made friends in class, and we'd text each other encouraging things when we were riding the struggle bus. We'd meet up for coffee before a practice exam, and we'd kick each other's butts if somebody skipped class. That really helped me get through. So, TL;DR: Blueprint is an amazing resource and I'd definitely recommend it.
05/30/2017 by Caitlin R.
I found Blueprint incredibly, incredibly helpful. The instructor was wonderful, very knowledgable and friendly, the course materials were perfect, and the online access and videos were great. I have absolutely no complaints, nor can I think of anything that could have made it a better experience. I went up by 14 points from my first cold take to one of my final takes with Blueprint, and they have plenty of data on their website (worth checking out if you have doubts) regarding average score increases. If you're shopping for a prep course, don't bother looking further.
09/25/2016 by Jarett F.
I loved every single thing about this test prep. I had previously taken a prep course from another company which pales in comparsion to Blueprint. From the moment the course material arrived I knew that I was in for an amazing experience. All course material came in one (non-scary sized) box, and every single page was utilized throughout the course and packed with valuable information. My course instructor was extremely knowledgable and made the learning experience relaxed and fun. Class time always seemed to fly by because every single minute you are learning and sharpening your skills. The homework was my favorite part of the course because it provided me with enough practice to really master the skills learned in class. I jumped a significant number of points with this course and I highly recommend it to anyone who is taking the LSAT.
03/31/2016 by Haydee V.
I'm so thrilled I chose to use Blueprint as my method for preparing for the LSAT. The combination of online and in classroom work allowed me to work on my own time but also gave me access to teacher if I needed any help. The online resource is, by far, the best tool for studying. It is adaptive and gives you more difficult questions as you go along. It also provides plenty of timed practice tests and video explanations to questions. Not using Blueprint would be a huge mistake. Working through this course, my score improved by 16 points!
11/01/2016 by Meredith H.
Blueprint was incredible. It was very worth the money. The team was very helpful, and I got so much better at taking this test over the course of my studying with Blueprint. I cannot imagine a better test prep service, and I am really glad that someone referred me to them. I would recommend Blueprint to anyone! They have so much material for you to work with, and they really made studying for a high-pressure exam as painless as it can get.
11/15/2016 by Julia O.