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Do I Need an LSAT Tutor?
Do I Need an LSAT Tutor?

If you have recently begun your Law School Admission Test, or LSAT, study journey, you may have already noticed that there is a plethora of LSAT preparation and tutoring options (and conflicting advice) for the process of LSAT prep. Should you take a live LSAT prep course? A pre-recorded, self-paced prep course? Self–study? OR, perhaps

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Where to Find an LSAT Diagnostic Test
Where to Find an LSAT Diagnostic Test

So, you are ready to begin studying for the Law School Admission Test, or LSAT. Congratulations! You have taken a big step toward becoming a lawyer. At this point, you have accepted that you will have to take the LSAT, polish your personal statement, potentially find an LSAT tutor, request LSAT accommodations if you qualify,

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Top Law Schools in Massachusetts
Top Law Schools in Massachusetts

In addition to Boston accents, the beaches and seafood of Cape Cod, and its pivotal role in early American history, Massachusetts also boasts long-standing legal traditions. In fact, its written constitution–drafted in 1780 by John Adams–is the oldest in the world. Perhaps it’s no surprise that the state renowned for academics is home to eight

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September 2022 Post-Test Reactions
September 2022 Post-Test Reactions

Well, it’s time: another LSAT has officially come and gone, and Blueprint Prep is back to break it down for you. We’d like to extend our sincere congratulations to every September test-taker—you survived an official LSAT! Back when the test was administered in person, test-takers sometimes received commemorative LSAC-branded pens or erasers. Now all you

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What Are the T14 Law Schools and Why Should You Know About Them?
What Are the T14 Law Schools and Why Should You Know About Them?

T14 refers to the top 14 law schools in U.S. News and World Report‘s annual Best Law Schools rankings. This is the very tip-top of the top law schools, and includes schools such as Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, and Stanford Law School, to name a few. Besides looking pretty great on your resume,

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September LSAT Predictions
September LSAT Predictions

It’s that time again for the LSAT!  With the September LSAT just around the corner, that means we’ve got some fresh predictions for what to expect on the test.  As with any LSAT, you’ll get one scored Logical Reasoning, Logic Games, & Reading Comprehension section, as well as an unscored experimental section of one of

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10 Mental Health Tips for Studying for the LSAT
10 Mental Health Tips for Studying for the LSAT

The stress of worrying about your LSAT score range, LSAT logic games, or even other things to do to prepare for law school can take its toll on one’s mental health. To prevent even more stress to your mental health while going through LSAT prep, follow these tips: 1. Find Community You don’t have to

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What to Do on LSAT Testing Day
What to Do on LSAT Testing Day

It’s LSAT test day! First off, CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to the end of your LSAT prep. We know how much work you have done to prepare to get into law school. You should be proud! But before you celebrate too much, let’s get you ready for test day! Here are some additional LSAT-taking tips

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