Deadline to Enroll in Spring LSAT Class is this Weekend
- Mar 26, 2010
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ALERT: Shameless Plug for Blueprint Test Preparation
If you’re interested in signing up for a Blueprint LSAT course, it’s getting down to the wire. The remainder of our spring classes (Berkeley 2, UCLA 2, USC 2, San Diego, CSUN, Irvine 1, and Irvine 2) all start either Saturday the 27th or Sunday the 28th. While all still have a few spots left, if you’re thinking about signing up, now would be the time.
In case you were wondering, here’s the lineup of the instructors:
Nick Rey, somewhat-proud owner of a 180 on the LSAT, will be teaching our Berkeley course, and can also give you tips on body-building techniques.
The lovely Liz Cartwright, a former Blueprint student and arguably the most outgoing person in the greater LA area, will be teaching our UCLA 2 course.
Teaching our USC 2 course will be Justin Capuano, a founder of Blueprint Test Preparation and holder of 99th percentile scores in the LSAT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, and most personality tests.
In San Diego, we have Marc “the Master” Mastriano, who has taught for a number of LSAT prep companies but has finally found his home at Blueprint, largely because we pay him with bowling apparel.
Another former Blueprint student, Misha Silin, will be handling our CSUN course. Despite his astonishingly Russian-sounding name he speaks English clearly. Although he does keep a bottle of vodka on him at all times as a cultural touchstone.
Rounding out our harem is Irvine instructor Jay Donnell. Jay has taught for us for over three years, is good looking in a skinny jeans/Vans kind of way, and just got back from three months in Australia. The bastard.
So if you have any further questions about classes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call 1-888-4-BP-PREP.
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