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  • /Reviewed by: Matt Riley
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    Hey! Good to see you. Figuratively, of course. You know what I meant. Anyway, how are you? How you feeling?

    I mean, these blogs are so one-sided, you know? It’s always me, talking, telling you about the LSAT or law school or the legal profession. You never get a chance to unload to me. So, right now, you have the floor. Let me know how you’re feeling. I’m just here, listening.

    Imagine me, across from you, seated, rapt. Picture me like … like a cool teacher. Like Mr. Turner, from seasons 2 through 4 of Boy Meets World. My hair is long and free. I’m wearing, let’s say, a plaid shirt and mismatched tie — maybe I inherited the loose-knit tie from my father, maybe I found it at a second-hand store — it’s a ‘fit that’s more a thumb to the nose directed at this school’s conservative dress policy than an attempt to look quote-unquote fashionable.

    So now, I’m seated across from you, but not at my desk. No. That positioning would betray the power imbalance between us that I’m trying desperately to mitigate. I’m taking one of the seats that you, the student, normally sits in. Except I have flipped that seat around, and now I’m sitting in it backwards, using the top rail of the backrest as an impromptu armrest. This move impresses you. It shows I’m not like the other teachers — I’m willing to take an unconventional approach, not only to sitting, but also to teaching. And now you feel comfortable enough to tell me the truth about how you’re feeling. So, the floor is yours. Speak your truth.

    Yeah, I hear you. Studying for the LSAT is tough. I know! And the June LSAT is fast approaching! Just under 47 days from today, if this site solely dedicated to figuring how many days separate the current day from some future day is to be believed. So you’re nervous. You’re not sure how to guarantee that you’ll make these last just-under-47-days count. Cool, I appreciate you being so honest with me, Mr. Cool Teach.

    Here’s one thing you can do: get some one-on-one time with a private tutor. Your very own Mr. Cool Teach. Someone who knows the LSAT backwards and forwards, who’s well-versed on the skills and strategies needed to conquer the exam, and who can relate to you on a personal level, just like I am right now, with my flowing locks of hair and insouciantly mismatched tie and unorthodox chair positioning.

    Please, let me tell you about the qualities you can find in each and every Blueprint tutor. They all:

    • Have scored 170 or better on an actual LSAT;
    • Received 70 hours of in-person training by Blueprint’s founders before being hired;
    • Know the Blueprint method front to back;
    • Are available live or via Skype/FaceTime.

    And allow me extol all the amazing things a tutor can help you do:

    • Identify your LSAT weaknesses and develop a plan to attack them;
    • Supply tips to bring up your speed on all three LSAT sections;
    • Craft a study plan to keep you on track through test day;
    • Review practice exams to help you do better on the next one;
    • Provide emotional support (yes, really!);
    • Give you law school admissions advice.

    Now, I know what your thinking: sounds great, but also sounds expensive. Well, here’s what I’m going to do to you. Just because, outside of my cool, sarcastic demeanor and unconventional approach to pedagogy, I truly care. About you, my student. So here’s what I’m going to do: I’m going to offer you a discount. A 20% discount, in fact, on any tutoring purchase you make. Whether you’re just getting a few hours a la carte or buying one of our premier packages, you’ll get 20% off the purchase price of any tutoring purchase. You just have to enter the promo code TUTORME20 when you check out.

    Don’t mention this to the other students, but you’re one of my favorites, so you’re the first person I’m telling this to. This sale actually won’t begin until Monday, but it’ll last from Monday, April 30th at 9 am PST through Friday, May 4th at 6pm PST. So you have a couple days to plan ahead, maybe reach out and chat with a tutor in your area, and see if you vibe as well with him or her as you vibe with me, your teacher who is cool, not stodgy and lame like the rest. With the right tutor, you can make these under-47 days count, and you can crush the LSAT just as hard as I am crushing this student-teacher interaction.

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