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2021-2022 LSAT Recap
2021-2022 LSAT Recap

That’s a wrap (mostly) on the November 2021 LSAT! For those of you who tested this past weekend, congratulations on your run through the gauntlet. It is a major accomplishment to get an official test completed. How was it for you?  If you’re still thinking about organizing pillars, indigenous sovereignty, Whig history, or Marie Antoinette,

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What I Wish I Knew Before Law School
What I Wish I Knew Before Law School

We hate to break it to you, but law school isn’t really like what you see in movies. Sure, it would be great if we could all be recruited to work on a big high-profile murder case as a 1L and then discover the one detail during the cross-examination that breaks the case and gets

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LSAT Trends & Predictions 2021-2022
LSAT Trends & Predictions 2021-2022

Gather ‘round, gather ‘round.  It’s time for Blueprint’s LSAT prognosticator* to once again gaze into the misty aura of her crystal orb and perceive the Truth**.  Since the introduction of the three-section Flex test—and the current three-section plus an experimental variation—your humble prognosticator has taken time to reconnect with the mystical plane and gather some

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October LSAT Make-Up Days: Find out if you’re affected and what do next.
October LSAT Make-Up Days: Find out if you’re affected and what do next.

Last weekend, thousands of students were registered to take the October 2021 LSAT. For most of them, test day came and went with only minor mishaps and the usual curveball. However, some test takers dealt with a technical outage that caused massive disruptions and forced some test takers to reschedule their LSAT date. Here’s what

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Preparing for the LSAT With an LSAC Fee Waiver
Preparing for the LSAT With an LSAC Fee Waiver

The LSAC Fee Waiver Program is incremental to helping lower-income students venture into the legal field. If approved for an LSAC Fee Waiver, candidates recieve a slew of benefits, including waived LSAT and law school application fees. LSAC redesigned its fee waiver program for the 2021-2022 cycle. Applicants will now be considered for two package

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How to Get a 180 on the LSAT
How to Get a 180 on the LSAT

Ah, the elusive 180. Find out how our Blueprint LSAT Live instructor got a perfect score on the LSAT and how you can too!

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My Practice LSAT Score Dropped! What Do I Do?
My Practice LSAT Score Dropped! What Do I Do?

The sun is shining, the grass is green, and your brain has just gone into full panic mode. You have entered your most recent practice LSAT test score into your meticulously kept LSAT spreadsheet, and—shock and horror!—your score is worse than before. But before you start sweating buckets or running for the hills to live

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Introducing Law School Admissions Consulting from Blueprint LSAT
Introducing Law School Admissions Consulting from Blueprint LSAT

Blueprint LSAT is proud to announce the newest addition to its roster of pre-law resources and services: law school admissions consulting. Applying to law school has never been easier!  Is it hard to get accepted into law school? Getting accepted into law school is definitely not the easiest thing to do. In 2020, Yale Law School had

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