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LSAT Myths Debunked
LSAT Myths Debunked

The LSAT, or Law School Admission Test, is a mysterious test. While most people understand the math, science, and reading requirements of the SAT and the ACT, the complex logic games and conditional statements of the LSAT are less familiar. Naturally, there is a lot of misinformation in the world about what the LSAT tests

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The Types of Law School Loans
The Types of Law School Loans

As many of you may already know, law school can be expensive. Most students end up taking out loans to cover the cost of tuition and cost of living. You may choose federal loans, private student loans, or both to fit your financial needs. So, read on for a comprehensive guide from Blueprint Prep and

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Best Law Schools in Montana
Best Law Schools in Montana

The state of Montana is home to famous landmarks like Yellowstone National Park and Beartooth Mountain. It is also a booklover’s paradise with the highest number of bookstores per capita anywhere in the United States. Besides this exquisite natural beauty and calm, Montana also hosts one of the top law schools in the nation.  If

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Six Presidents Who Were Lawyers
Six Presidents Who Were Lawyers

There have been a lot of presidents who were lawyers; 27 of the 46 US presidents have practiced law at some point in their careers. You could almost say that when we select presidents, lawyers take precedence (sorry). At any rate, over half of all the presidents have studied law (though the LSAT didn’t begin

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How to Choose a Law School and 10 Questions to Ask Law School Admissions
How to Choose a Law School and 10 Questions to Ask Law School Admissions

The law school admissions process can be extremely stressful, trust me! You need to compile what schools you want to apply to and write up an application with everything the law school admissions council wants. Everyone makes the mistake of not taking time to ask the following questions of admissions officers. Don’t make the same

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Where to Find Law School Scholarships
Where to Find Law School Scholarships

Law school is expensive. There’s no sugarcoating that. Unless you have a treasure trove of hidden cash stashed away somewhere, you are probably going to rely on some combination of scholarships, financial aid, and student loans to finance your legal education. This post is about the first of those financing options—scholarships—and how to find scholarships

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Getting to Know the Implication Family
Getting to Know the Implication Family

Title: Getting to Know the Implication Family | Blueprint Prep Meta Description:  Keywords: implication in logic examples (20) Score: Getting to Know the Implication Family  With classes in swing for this year’s LSAT, we thought it would be a good idea to do a post covering one of the foundational groups of questions you’ll encounter

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January Post-Test Reactions
January Post-Test Reactions

Happy New Year from Blueprint Prep, and congratulations to 2023’s first LSAT takers! The first test of 2023 is officially behind us, and we’re back to break it down for you.  The First Test Post-Field Study This is the first test administered since LSAC conducted the Analytical Reasoning Field Study in December. The Field Study

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