Blueprint LSAT Prep 2012 Spring Expansion I: Houston
- Mar 20, 2012
- Blueprint Products and Promotions
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Here are a couple things you may not know about the city of Houston, Texas:
It’s the largest city in the Lone Star State. Bigger than Austin. Bigger than El Paso. Even Bigger than Dallas. In fact, Houston is the fourth largest city in the United States. Bigger than Austin. Bigger than El Paso. Even Bigger than Dallas. (It feels like I’m repeating myself.)
Another interesting bit of trivia: Somehow, the fine folks of Space City have survived almost 200 years without getting their fill of Blueprint LSAT Preparation.
Starting this spring, that’s fixin’ to change.
Houston LSAT prep hopefuls at the University of Houston, Texas Southern University and Rice University, say hello to instructor Sam Huang and one of the best live LSAT prep courses in the world. We’ve revamped our 112-hour course to better fit our LSAT prep students’ needs with a new curriculum that includes a brand new set of lesson books, six LSAT proctored practice exams, three end-of-the-course workshops for a little extra review, and three clinics devoted to each section of the LSAT that cover advanced concepts.
To commemorate this fantastic expansion news (which includes LSAT prep in new cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Miami and Seattle), we’re offering our 5&5 Deal — $500 off the course and a 5-point guarantee from your first practice exam to your best. So instead of the regular $1,299 price, you pay just $799. And if you don’t improve five points, we’ll let you retake the course for free.
Houston, don’t have a problem. Because bginning on Tuesday, April 10, 2012, at the Best Western Hotel in downtown Houston, your LSAT rodeo will begin.
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