Enroll in Our LSAT Prep Winter Course (Now IOS-Compatible)
- Nov 28, 2012
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If you’re taking the December LSAT, time is of the essence. LSAT test day is a mere four days away. But if you stuck to your LSAT study schedule, I’m sure you’ll get an LSAT score to your liking.
Now, if you want to take the February LSAT and need a Blueprint LSAT Prep course to prepare you for it, time is also of the essence in terms of signing up. Our winter LSAT prep classes begin Sunday, Dec. 2 in the following locations with the corresponding instructors:
Berkeley LSAT Prep Course — Aaron Cohn
UCLA LSAT Prep Course — Dan McCarthy
USC LSAT Prep Course — Spencer Robins
Irvine LSAT Prep Course — Jay Donnell
San Diego LSAT Prep Course — Sam Fox
New York LSAT Prep Course — Colin Elzie
Miami LSAT Prep Course — Drew Bean
If you’re looking for a little extra motivation, Blueprint LSAT Prep courses are now IOS and Android compatible. That means you can now study with the best LSAT prep in the world on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Our LSAT prep course will also work on a number of tablets (check out our compatibility specs).
When it comes to studying for the LSAT, you are no longer on an island. Now you can take Blueprint LSAT Prep anywhere you want, as long as you have access to the internet or a 3G/4G cellular network. We highly encourage our online LSAT prep students to take advantage of this state-of-the-art technology.
While you’re on your phone, be sure to check the time and date. Remember: You have until Sunday to sign up for a Blueprint LSAT Prep course for the winter to prepare for the February LSAT. Get on it! (If you’re looking for a nice bargain, by the way, be sure to like our Facebook page and check out the exclusive Cyber Monday offer.)
If you’re ready to enroll or have any questions, hit us up in the comments, call us at 888-4-BP-PREP, or email us at email@example.com.
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