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LSAT Prep Reviews and Blueprint LSAT Success Stories
LSAT Prep Reviews and Blueprint LSAT Success Stories

Blueprint LSAT is very proud of all our LSAT Success Stories! Check out some of our students who achieved life-changing LSAT score increases from the best LSAT prep course!

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May LSAT-Flex Recap
May LSAT-Flex Recap

The May LSAT-Flex has come and gone. We summarize what went right, what went wrong, and what June LSAT-Flex students can learn from this.

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LSAT-Flex FAQ
LSAT-Flex FAQ

What is the LSAT-Flex? How do you register for it? Is the LSAT-Flex harder than the normal LSAT? We answer all your LSAT-Flex FAQs!

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June LSAT-Flex: What You Need to Know
June LSAT-Flex: What You Need to Know

What is life? The in-person June LSAT is canceled. So here's what you need to know about the June LSAT-Flex.

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LSAT-Flex Worst Case Scenarios
LSAT-Flex Worst Case Scenarios

So, you’ve decided that LSAT-Flex is the testing choice for you.  It’s nice to make a decision, isn’t it?  It’d be a real shame if someone came along and talked about all the ways that could go terribly, terribly wrong, wouldn’t it?

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How to Prep for LSAT-FLEX
How to Prep for LSAT-FLEX

Registered for LSAT-FLEX? LSAT Manager and Sr. Instructor Ross Rinehart explains all the nuances of the exam and how to best study for it.

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Calculate Your LSAT-Flex Score!
Calculate Your LSAT-Flex Score!

News dropped today that clarified how the at-home LSAT-Flex exam will be scored. Long story short -- the Logical Reasoning section factors a little bit less into your overall score on the LSAT-Flex than it normally does, and the Logic Games and Reasoning Comp sections factor a little bit more. Plus, there's the whole business about the LSAT-Flex having just three scored sections -- one fewer than the traditional four on a normal LSAT. All...

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The April LSAT Is Canceled … But There Will Be an At-Home LSAT-Flex on May 18 and 19
The April LSAT Is Canceled … But There Will Be an At-Home LSAT-Flex on May 18 and 19

COVID-19 and social distancing have forced LSAC to cancel the April 2020 LSAT. The silver lining is that they've allowed the May LSAT to be a remote, take-home test. Yeah, you read that right.

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