Last Chance to Take Advantage of Our 20% Discount on Tutoring!

  • /Reviewed by: Matt Riley
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    Hello, human being! I don’t want to freak you out or anything, but the LSAT is fast approaching! It’s a little over 37 days away! That’s not that many days! It’d be a lot better if that was like, 47 or 57 days away.

    But even with the limited number of days remaining until that June test, you can still get prepared in time. One great way to get prepared in time is by working with one of Blueprint’s tutors, one on one. With a tutor, you’ll get the individualized attention that can really take your LSAT studies to the next level. You two can figure out which parts of the LSAT you need to review the most, and how to best get that review. The tutor and you can make a study plan that you can follow until test day. The tutor can check in to see how you’re progressing, and make suggestions for further review to make sure you have all the skills and strategies for the LSAT down pat before the big day.

    And, best of all, we have a Tutoring Sale, going on right now, at this very moment, that will give you 20% off any tutoring purchase. Yes, you read that right. Your eyes do not deceive you. 20% off. Any. Tutoring. Purchase. Whether you purchase a few hours with a tutor or one of our premier packages that come equipped with access to our online course, or anything in between, you’ll get 20% off with the promo code TUTORME20.

    But, again, not to freak you out, but there’s a deadline. I mean, I guess I don’t know why I keep assuming that you’re really freaked out by deadlines, but that’s the assumption I’m making. At any rate, you don’t have much time to take advantage of this discount on tutoring. In fact, the discount will end today, Friday May 4, at 6 pm Pacific. Which is [checking my watch] less than five hours away! So act soon. Visit our website, look into tutoring options, and purchase soon. Because we won’t be offering another tutoring sale before the June LSAT. And missing out on this opportunity? That would be something worth freaking out over.

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