Last Chance to Sign Up for Tomorrow’s Webinars!
- May 15, 2018
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, General LSAT Advice, Law School, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
So you’re going to spend your summer doing everything you need to do to get into law school next year? Bully to you! That is an ambitious goal! But, let me guess, your To Do List for this summer looks something like this:
1. Start studying for the LSAT
3. Attend law school
Yeah … we hate to be the bearers of bad news, but that’s not going to cut it. The path to law school is long and labyrinthine. You have to figure out whom to get your letters of recommendation from, what to write your personal statement about, and where to send your transcripts to. Do you need to write an explanatory essay? And what’s the deal with this CAS business everyone’s talking about? How is that different than the CAS law school report?
And that’s to say nothing of the LSAT. What’s on it? When should you take it? How do the occultists who write the exam use their black magic to determine which three digit number, between 120 and 180, you will receive?
Luckily for you, we can help you navigate this path. And you don’t have to pay us a single dime, or even leave the comfort of you home, to get this help. That’s because tomorrow, May 16, we’re hosting two webinars that will set you up to find your path to law school. These webinars are completely free, and they’ll be piped to the electronic device of your choice using the power of the internet. All you have to do is RSVP to reserve your space.
The first webinar will be held at noon Pacific/3 pm Eastern; at that webinar, we’ll be telling you everything you need to know about the LSAT, the first hurdle in your path to law school. This webinar will be hosted by LSAT-knower, Blueprint instructor, and USC Law grad Ross Rinehart. He’ll discuss what the LSAT tests, how it gets scored, how law school admissions officers factor your LSAT score into your application, and how to best study for the test. You’ll even get the chance to do a couple practice problems from the LSAT, to get your first taste of the test. After the presentation, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Ross any questions you may have about the LSAT or law school admissions. Or anything else, really. You can RSVP to the LSAT webinar right here.
The second webinar will be held at 6 pm Pacific/9 pm Eastern; then, you’ll learn about every step of the law school admissions process. This webinar will be hosted by Blueprint instructor and University of Chicago Law alum Kyle Gehrmann, who has not only gone through the application process himself, but has provided counsel and guidance to many students. Kyle will discuss all of the components of a law school application, when to start gathering your application materials, and how law school admissions councils assess applicants. Kyle will even help you get started on the most challenging aspect of your application — the personal statement. Again, after you get all this info, you’ll have a chance to ask Kyle any question you have about the LSAT, applications, or law school. You can RSVP to the Law School Admissions Webinar right here.
And because we know the path to law school is difficult — even with the great information you’ll receive at these webinars — we want to give you a token of good fortune. Namely, we want to give you discounts to Blueprint’s LSAT prep courses! If you attend either webinar, you’ll be given discount codes good for $300 off Blueprint’s classroom course and $75 off the first month of a subscription to Blueprint’s online course. The first of our summer classes to prep for the September LSAT begin on May 20, so you’ll be able to sign up, at a reduced price, just in time for classes to start. Remember: to get this great info and even better discounts you have to RSVP.
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