Fall Classes Starting This Weekend: Don’t Debait Any Longer, Sign Up Now!
- Sep 13, 2017
- Blueprint Products and Promotions, LSAT
I love fishing (boy, I bet that got you hooked on this post … ). I’ve spent countless hours shore fishing, deep-sea fishing, and even bow-fishing (it was eco-friendly, I promise). Over the years, I’ve gained enough experience to be halfway decent at choosing the right spots, bait, flies, etc. But I still have the most success when I use a guide — a guide knows the best spots, the best techniques, and the best times.
In case my heavy-handed message didn’t come through clearly above, this post is about Blueprint’s classes for the December LSAT starting up this weekend. And, more specifically, why you should consider taking a class with Blueprint.
To ease right back into to my analogy, an LSAT class is the best way to “hook into” a strong LSAT score. As a former Blueprint student, and former instructor, I’ve seen both sides of the classroom experience. There are a couple things that really set the Blueprint experience apart from the pack. First, the instructors are selected based not only on their proven success on the LSAT (all instructors have scored 170 or above) but also on their ability to teach the course engagingly and charismatically. Second, Blueprint has a long-running track record of success in improving students’ scores. In fact, a study conducted earlier this year found that students improved, on average, by 11 points from their first to best practice exam.
Speaking of 11-point increases (boom, look at that, another seamless transition), as a celebration for the most recent Blueprint study, we‘re offering an 11% discount from now until October 15th. All you have to do is enter the discount code “PLUS11” when you sign up for one of our amazing classes.
At the end of the day, you can self-study for the LSAT, just like you can walk up to a random lake, throw a line in, and catch something. But succeeding on your own is far more likely if you have an experienced guide to walk you through the process and make sure you’re applying your newfound knowledge effectively.
The fisherman’s prayer goes, “Let me catch a fish so big that I don’t have to lie to my friends about it.” With the help of a Blueprint class, I hope you’ll score so high on the LSAT that you don’t have to lie to your friends about it. So learn all about the classroom experience here, and check out details and sign up about each location below!
–Phoenix: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Dylan Gadek
–Berkeley 1: Started Saturday, 9/9 with instructor Aaron Cohn
–Berkeley 2: Starts Saturday, 9/23 with instructor Aaron Cohn
–Davis: Starts Sunday, 9/17 with instructor Kyran McCan
–San Francisco: Starts Sunday, 9/17 with instructor Mike Moss
–San Jose: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Mike Moss
–Downtown LA 1: Started Sunday, 9/10 with instructor Branden Frankel
–Downtown LA 2: Starts Saturday, 9/23 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann
–Northridge: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Branden Frankel
–Pasadena: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Kyle Gehrmann
–UCLA 1: Started Sunday, 9/10 with instructor Scott Redding
–UCLA 2: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Spencer Robbins (unfortunately, no discounts can be applied to this course)
–UCLA 3: Starts Saturday, 9/23 with instructor Nick McIntosh
–San Diego: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Alexander Nabavi-Noori
–Washington, D.C.: Starts Saturday, 9/23 with instructor Maria LaBella
–Miami: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Daniel Gonzalez
–Chicago: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with Cory O’Brien
–Boston: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Jesse Tripathi
–Midtown: Started Sunday, 9/10 with instructor Julien Hawthorn (almost at capacity)
–New York 1: Starts Saturday, 9/16 with instructor Kevin Lin
–New York 2: Starts Sunday, 9/17 with instructor Brett Donaldson
–New York 3: Starts Saturday, 9/23 with instructor Kevin Lin
–Seattle: Starts Sunday, 9/17 with instructor Andrew McDonald
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