Free LSAT Webinar Tomorrow at 6 p.m. PST!
- Sep 20, 2016
- Blueprint Products and Promotions, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
In this world, the Q’s are seemingly endless, while the A’s are nowhere to be found (depending, of course, on what A stands for). Wouldn’t it be nice if you got a bunch of A’s to your Q’s while staring into your laptop in your PJ’s?
If your Q’s are about the LSAT, you’re in luck!
Tomorrow, Tuesday September 20th at 6 p.m. PST yours truly — look at the author credit below — and Brett Donaldson, masters of all things LSAT, will spend ninety or so minutes answering your questions about the LSAT. We thought that, what with the LSAT being four days away, it might be nice to give our students, other LSAT takers, and weirdos with an unhealthy fascination with conditional logic and standardized testing a chance to get some expert advice on this monster of a test.
We will of course be answering questions on how to go about getting problems right on the test, but we can offer so very much more. Questions about postponing the exam, how law schools interpret multiple LSAT scores, how to prepare mentally and physically for the grueling gantlet of the LSAT, and any other questions, including law school admissions questions, are fair game. We’ll do our best to answer as many as we can in the time allotted.
(We also wouldn’t mind if you asked us things like, “How do you keep your skin so supple?” or “Have you lost weight? You look fabulous!”)
Make sure to register at this link. If you do, you can drop your questions ahead of time, and they’ll get priority.
Don’t miss this valuable information session! It’s not every day you get free answers from experts on something that could significantly affect the rest of your life. Don’t know how the LSAT will significantly affect the rest of your life? Well, maybe you should ask that question during the Q&A tomorrow.
Sign up now, and we’ll see you tomorrow!
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