RSVP for Next Tuesday’s LSAT and Law School Webinars!
- Sep 05, 2017
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, Law School, LSAT
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
It’s webinar time! Tuesday, Sepember 12, we’re going to have two webinars. You won’t want to miss them. The only question is which part you like better: are you coming for the incredible knowledge you’ll acquire or for the amazing discounts ($300 off an in-person class or $75 off your first month’s subscription to the online course)? It’s humanity’s biggest quandary since Tastes Great went up against Less Filling.
In any event, you’ll need to RSVP to attend. The links are below, so reserve your spot now!
First, at noon PDT, we’ll have a Law School Admissions Seminar. You’ll learn about the elements that go into a law school application: where to begin with your personal statement, whom to ask for a recommendation, how your LSAT score weighs against your GPA, whether you need to write additional essays, and so on and so forth. Your guide for this journey will be Ross Rinehart. Ross is an LSAT expert, 170 scorer, and long-time Blueprint instructor. He’s also lived what he’s going to talk about since he’s an alum of the USC Gould School of Law. You can RSVP here.
Second, at 6:00 pm PDT, we’ll present an LSAT Seminar. Are you curious about the test and how it’s scored? Are you interested in trying some LSAT questions and learning the best way to solve them? If we told you that formal logic doesn’t have to be that bad, are you intrigued? Can the LSAT actually, perish the thought, be fun? It’ll be all LSAT, all the time, at least for an hour or so. Here’s the link to RSVP.
The December LSAT is coming up sooner than you think, so it’s time to think seriously about the LSAT and law school admissions. These discounts are serious but you’ll only get them if you RSVP and attend. So don’t delay — RSVP today!
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