Don’t Miss Out on Next Wednesday’s Webinars!
- Feb 21, 2018
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, Law School, LSAT
Once again, it’s webinar time. If you’re planning on taking the June LSAT, it’s also time to start thinking seriously about how you’re going to prep. We’re going to hold two webinars next Wednesday, February 28 (that’s a week from today!). If you attend, you’ll get a discount off of Blueprint classes — $300 off a classroom course or $75 off the first month of a subscription to our online course. If you want to come, you’ll have to RSVP, so get clicking!
First, February 28 at noon PST, we’ll have a webinar about law school admissions. You’ll learn about all of the elements that go into a successful law school application. We’ll cover choosing a personal statement topic and whom to ask for your letters of rec. We’ll also talk about supplemental essays, LSAT scores, GPAs, and how law schools evaluate those factors when they decide whether or not to admit you. If you’re trying to go to law school, that’s kind of important. Just a little bit, maybe.
Your fearless leader will be Kyle Gehrmann. Kyle has scored a 171 on the LSAT and taught countless Blueprint students since. He’s been through the law school admissions game himself and went to University of Chicago for law school.
Then, also February 28, at 6 pm PST, we’ll have a law school admissions webinar. This webinar is all LSAT, all the time. You’ll learn about what’s on the LSAT and how it’s scored. You’ll get to try some real LSAT questions. We’ll also go over, in detail, how the LSAT figures in law school admissions and how the test can affect where you get in to law school, and how that in turn correlates with what you’ll eventually get paid as a lawyer. That’s kind of the goal, isn’t it — getting paid as a lawyer?
Your guide will be Ross Rinehart. Ross is a longtime Blueprint instructor with a 170 on the LSAT. He went to law school at USC and has spent the last bunch of years helping many, many aspiring lawyers get into the law schools of their dreams.
You know you want to be there. But remember, you have to RSVP. That June LSAT is only going to sneak up more and more quickly.
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