Blueprint LSAT Prep 2012 Spring Expansion II: Chicago
- Mar 23, 2012
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In the most earth-shattering* news to Chicago since they renamed the Sears Tower, Blueprint LSAT Preparation has arrived.
It wasn’t the wind that brought us to the Second City. It was you, Chicago LSAT Prep students. You there, at Northwestern and DePaul, Loyola and the University of Chicago, Northern Illinois and the University of Illinois-Chicago (or in sweatpants on your couch). You complete us.
In all seriousness, we’re extremely excited about our spring expansion to Chicago, one of six new cities (along with Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Miami and Seattle) where we’re bringing our live course in 2012. Beginning April 10, the class will meet 6-10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on some Saturdays and Sundays at the University of Illinois-Chicago East, Stevenson Hall, Room 320. Your instructor will be Luke Gullickson. Don’t worry; he’s good. (Ask him about Kenny Rogers).
Like at our other spring expansion locations, we’re offering our 5&5 Deal for all Chicago LSAT prep students. That’s $500 off the live course and a 5-point practice exam score increase guarantee. That’s one hell of a bargain, just in time for the June LSAT. Find out more by clicking the 5&5 Deal icon on our Chicago LSAT prep page.
One other thing: We’ve revamped our curriculum for 2012. Along with a brand new set of books, our Chicago LSAT prep course (along with each of our LSAT prep courses) now features 112 hours of instruction, six proctored LSAT practice exams, three end-of-the-course workshops for extra review, and three clinics devoted to covering advanced concepts of each section of the LSAT.
Don’t get the blues, brother. Sign up for your Chicago LSAT prep class today.
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