Last Chance to Register for Today’s Two Webinars!
- May 31, 2017
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
There’s a lot of information on the ol’ World Wide Web about the LSAT and law school admissions, but it can be hard to figure out where to look or which sources are trustworthy. That’s where we come in.
Today, Wednesday, May 31, we’re providing two free webinars to guide you through your pre-law journey: an LSAT webinar and a law school admissions webinar.
The LSAT webinar, which starts at 12 pm PDT/3 pm EDT, will cover the following topics:
-LSAT basics; what’s on it, how it’s scored, and so forth
-How to approach some sample LSAT questions
-How important your LSAT score really is in the admission process
The law school admissions webinar, which starts at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT, will discuss common questions and issues, including:
-An overview of the law school admission process
-Engineering a killer application
-The timeline your application should follow
Your leader in these forays will be veteran Blueprint LSAT instructor Branden Frankel. Like all Blueprint instructors, he is both good-looking and charming. He also scored a 175 on the LSAT, earned a J.D. from UCLA Law, practiced patent law for a while, and—after deciding he was ready to really challenge himself—began teaching the LSAT, which he’s been teaching for five years.
Not only is all this good stuff free, but you’ll actually receive credit toward a Blueprint course for attending. We’re offering all attendees $300 off a live Blueprint course, or $75 off your first month of our online course.
Sound good? I thought so. To get the deets on how to attend—and so you can receive that sweet, sweet course discount—register here, and we’ll see you later today (pants optional).
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