Most Spring Blueprint LSAT Prep Classes Start Next Weekend
- Mar 30, 2013
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The clock is ticking, June LSAT test-takers who haven’t signed up for an LSAT prep course yet.
And/or people who haven’t done their taxes yet.
In fact, most of the spring Blueprint LSAT Prep classes start next weekend. Two of them are already underway. So if you want to feel like the most confident sonofagun on June LSAT test day, you’d better enroll in an LSAT course or call us today. (The number’s 888-4-BP-PREP.) Don’t forget about our online LSAT prep course, if that’s more up your alley.
Here’s when and where the rest of our spring LSAT prep courses are getting started, as well as the instructor teaching it:
Blueprint LSAT Prep Courses Starting Saturday, April 6:
Irvine LSAT prep course — Jay Donnell
Los Angeles LSAT prep course (USC) — Albert Huber
New York LSAT prep course (Brooklyn) — Andy Kiersz
Blueprint LSAT Prep Courses Starting Sunday, April 7:
Atlanta LSAT prep course — Eric Santos
Austin LSAT prep course — Jessica Jackelen
Berkeley LSAT prep course II — Phil Belleau
Boston LSAT prep course — Laura Santoski
Chicago LSAT prep course — Patrick Moore
Dallas LSAT prep course — Mark Kao
Houston LSAT prep course — Sam Huang
Los Angeles LSAT prep course (CSUN) — Branden Frankel
Los Angeles LSAT prep course (UCLA II) — Johnny Sheridan
Miami LSAT prep course — John Thornburgh
New York LSAT prep course (Long Island) — Andy Kiersz
New York LSAT prep course (Manhattan I) — Matt Shinners
New York LSAT prep course (Manhattan II) — Colin Elzie
Pasadena LSAT prep course — Carol Dysart
Philadelphia LSAT prep course — Tim Murphy
Phoenix LSAT prep course — Dylan Gadek
Riverside LSAT prep course — Sherry Shen
San Diego LSAT prep course — Sam Fox
San Francisco LSAT prep course — Ben DeGolia
San Jose LSAT prep course — Aaron Cohn
Seattle LSAT prep course — Yuko Sin
Washington DC LSAT prep course — Mark Salvador
In other April news, Blueprint LSAT Prep will be giving away five free copies of our brand new LSAT book, The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games, on April 11. All you have to do is “like” the Blueprint LSAT Prep Facebook page, +1 the Blueprint LSAT Prep Google+ page, and email me the links to your profiles. Read the instructions in this LSAT blog post for all the details.
If you have any questions about the contest or spring Blueprint LSAT Prep courses, fire away in the comments.
Besides, you can put off your taxes for a little longer.
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