Blueprint LSAT Prep 2012 Spring Expansion III: Atlanta
- Mar 28, 2012
- Blueprint Products and Promotions
Grab a Coca-Cola and turn off CNN, Atlanta LSAT prep hopefuls at Emory, Georgia State, Spelman, Morehouse, Kennesaw State and the GA Institute of Technology: Blueprint is here.
Thanks to our second expansion in as many years, Hotlanta is one of six new cities where you can find our live LSAT prep course in 2012, along with Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Miami and Seattle.
As if that’s not peachy enough, we’re also offering our one-of-a-kind 5&5 Deal for our Atlanta LSAT prep course. You can read more about it on our Atlanta LSAT prep page, but here’s the rundown on the 5&5 Deal: We’re offering $500 off the live course and guaranteeing a 5-point practice exam score increase from your first to your best (or you can retake the Atlanta LSAT prep course for free). Some restrictions apply, so be sure to check out all the stipulations.
The peachy meter is going to go through the roof with this bit of extra information: We’ve also revamped our curriculum for 2012. Along with a brand new set of books, our Atlanta 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.
The instructor for our Atlanta LSAT prep course is Eric Santos, who scored a 176 on his own LSAT. The Atlanta LSAT prep class will begin on April 10 and meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings — as well as a few Saturday and Sunday mornings. The Atlanta LSAT prep course will be in the Zaban Room of the Carter Center.
Stop doing the Dirty Bird and enroll in Blueprint’s Atlanta LSAT prep course today.
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