Reminder: Hangout With Blueprint Today at 5 p.m. on Google+
- Jun 06, 2012
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- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Still wanna hang?
Today at 5 p.m. PST, Blueprint LSAT Prep is hosting a live Hangout on Air on Google+. Veteran instructor Matt Shinners (Harvard Law grad; 180 LSAT score) will be on hand to answer your questions about the LSAT (less than a week away!) and law school admissions. We know you have a ton of questions right now; Hangout With Blueprint is where you can get your answers.
If you’ve never participated in a Google+ Hangout, don’t worry. You don’t need an invitation. Just visit our Google+ page at 5 p.m. PST, and you’ll be able to watch it just like a YouTube video. We’ll address everything from watch to wear to LSAT test day to picking between law school offers.
The original deadline to submit questions was Monday, but there’s still room for a couple more. Comment on this post, hit us up on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (No questions about specific LSAT logic games, please. Not everyone watching the Hangout may have the same study materials.)
If you can’t watch Hangout With Blueprint, don’t sweat it. The video will be uploaded to the Blueprint YouTube page soon after the Hangout — so you can watch it whenever you want.
If you’ve nothing else to do, though, we’ll see you at 5 p.m. PST over on Google+. Looking forward to having you for the very first Hangout With Blueprint.
UPDATE: Due to audio issues, Hangout With Blueprint had to be ended ahead of schedule. To make up for it, we’ve posted the transcript from every question and answer on our Google+ page.
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