Blueprint LSAT Prep is Coming to a City Near You
- Nov 09, 2010
- Blueprint Products and Promotions
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Depending on what city you’re in. Yes, the time has come that we shuffled off the cocoon of California and New York and spread our wings as a beautiful, LSAT-teaching butterfly. Beginning this coming spring, Blueprint will be opening up live classes in five new locations: Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Austin, and Phoenix. Of course, we won’t neglect our California or New York locations, but the time has come to bring the gospel of Blueprint to the entire country.
What this means for you: if you’re located in any of these cities, or anywhere near any of these cities, you have another live option for your LSAT education. We have our spring schedules up on the Blueprint site, and students are welcome to sign up now to ensure they get a spot in the classes.
Additionally, if you’re looking to get a jumpstart on your studies prior to spring classes starting in your location, you can enroll in Blueprint: The Movie 2.0 (our full-length animated video course) to start out with, and then add on the live course for a steep discount. Feel free to give the Blueprint office a call for details at 1-888-4-BP-PREP.
Anyway, we’re very excited about expanding to these new locations, and we’re really looking forward to working with new students throughout the country. In the next few weeks, I’ll be posting more details about each of the cities, and my own impressions of their fair demographics. But if you’re interested in more information in the short term, feel free to shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, give us a call at the aforementioned number, post a comment here on the blog, or send a small package via carrier pigeon.
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