There's a lot of LSAT prep courses out there but I chose Blueprint because I heard it did the best in breaking the LSAT down into "layman's terms" and helping students understand the test in the simplest yet most comprehensive way. Pretty accurate. My teacher was Meredith--her energy and ability to connect with the students as a peer really kept the class interesting and engaging. Also, the online "virtual classes" and practice exams Blueprint provides you are pretty awesome. Would highly recommend.
06/02/2017 by Hailey Y.
I signed up for Blueprint to prepare for the September 2016 LSAT, and had a great experience. I strangely enjoyed the homework and online videos, and didn't even mind sitting through class after a long day at work--all due in large part to our awesome instructor, Meredith! She did a great job at making sure that everyone in the class was feeling as comfortable as possible with the concepts, and always took the time to answer all of our questions. She also gave us her phone number and personal email and told us that we could reach out to her for any guidance/ help on the test, which I really appreciated. I am generally a stress-case test taker, and really felt that Meredith and Blueprint gave me the tools to succeed. I scored 100% on the logic games section of my test and overall was happy with my score (despite some residual nerves, of course). If you're looking around for an LSAT prep course, I'd highly recommend Blueprint. And, if you're lucky enough to have Meredith as an instructor, you'll be even better off!
05/30/2017 by Zoe H.
I took the Blueprint summer course in preparation for the September 2016 LSAT. I would very highly recommend this course to anyone considering it. My instructor was Meredith Spoto, and I always appreciated (and continue to appreciate!) her genuine desire to see her students succeed. Meredith gave us her number and email and encouraged us to reach out whenever we were struggling, and I took her up on that offer more than a few times. Her feedback and wisdom was very helpful in putting things in perspective and to deal with portions of the test I was uncertain of. LSAT is super stressful and studying for it can be trying for the best of us. So it helps to have someone who makes you believe you can do it, and THEN teaches you the tools to make sure you succeed. To a large degree, the Blueprint method encourages you to develop an intuitive sense for the test, and the more you practice the better you get at developing that sense. I would strongly urge anyone taking the class to DO THE HOMEWORK! Even if you think that you're getting the material when it's being taught in class, the LSAT is a tricky beast with such a wide variety of questions asking the same thing that you really need to practice as many of them as possible. Also ask questions during class if you don't get something! It's easy to think "oh, I'll probably get it later," but that approach can be detrimental and discourage you if actually end up not getting it when you review on your own. The only thing I wish that was different about the class was that it was Monday and Thursday, instead of Monday and Wednesday, so I had more time to do the homework. But if you don't have a full time job, it shouldn't be a problem for you. Good luck out there and get that 180!!
09/25/2016 by A K.
If you are reading LSAT prep class reviews on YELP than you have some concerns about whether it is the right one for you, and if the price is right. It is right on both counts. This curriculum is cutting edge, cost effective, and it puts points on the board. Plus, it helps you to figure out your own learning issues. If you have the desire to go to law school, you need Blueprint. It's not a guarantee of success but it will explain the process way better than you can imagine. Our instructor, Wiley, was the best!
06/03/2016 by Jeff T.
This course has greatly improved my LSAT score. It is definitely worth the price. I've had several other friends take the course in different cities and everyone I've spoken with has been satisfied. What really sets Blueprint apart from other prep courses is the fact that Blueprint really tries to keep the tone of the class light and fun. There's jokes thrown in throughout the material and all of the online videos as well. Also the teacher of my course would use real world, comedic examples to help the class understand logical concepts (Shout out to Wiley and his use of Channing Tatum for examples in class!). I would honestly recommend this prep class to anyone that is thinking about taking the LSAT.
05/09/2016 by Carnissa L.
This course has helped me prepare for the LSAT tremendously. My score has already gone up 15 points and I have a much better understanding of how to approach the stimulus and answer choices. Thanks Wiley!!...
06/02/2016 by Margaret M.