Kickstart Your Law School Dreams by Signing Up for Free Blueprint Webinars
- Feb 20, 2019
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, General LSAT Advice
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Are your New Year’s Resolutions still going strong? If one of your goals was to get accepted into law school, then add a subtask to your list and register for our FREE Law School and LSAT webinars!
If you’ve never attended a Blueprint webinar, you’ve been missing out. Our webinars are lead by top Blueprint instructors. Attendees can ask the instructors questions and also receive an exclusive promo code for a discount on a Blueprint course. Think of it as your own private meeting with one of the best LSAT instructors around, from the comfort of your own home. Topics vary, but below are the two coming up this week:
February 28, 2019 5:00pm PST: Law School Admissions SeminarThe LSAT is just one step in the law school admissions process. Join us for a free seminar discussing the law school admissions process as a whole. Understand what you will need to apply, what steps you will need to take and when, and discover what Admissions Committees are searching for. This free online seminar will give you a much better idea of where to begin and what your next steps should be. Get a head start on your law school applications!
March 7, 2019 1:00pm PST: LSAT Prep Timelines
The LSAT exam is not a content-based exam focusing on things like science or math, but rather a skills-based exam. This brings challenges for prep, and the only way to prepare and improve is to practice. LSAT prep timelines can vary person to person. There are many questions to ask yourself to help you to determine which option and which timeline work best for YOU. Join us for this free webinar session discussing the different LSAT prep timelines and how to determine which is best for you.
Click on the webinar of your choice to register today, or check out our other upcoming free events!
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