RSVP to Next Thursday’s LSAT and Admissions Webinars!
- Mar 08, 2018
- Admissions, Blueprint Products and Promotions, Law School, LSAT
Are you despairing because you missed Blueprint’s last round of webinars? Despair not — we’re having more. Both webinars are next Thursday, March 15. That’s a week from today, folks, so don’t dawdle. Get clicking and RSVP.
First, at noon PST we’ll have an LSAT webinar. This session will be all about the LSAT. You’ll get to learn about the test, how it’s scored, and how it figures in law school admissions. You’ll also get to try out some oh-so-exciting real LSAT questions. Will a springtime trip to Canada help Sharon and Paul rescue their relationship? You’ll find out.
This webinar will be led by Blueprint instructor Ross Rinehart. Ross has scored a 170 on the LSAT, and he used his score to go to USC law. He’s been teaching the LSAT since before the idea of taking the LSAT was a glimmer in your mind’s eye. In other words, he knows his stuff.
Second, at 6 pm PST, we’re going to have a Law School Admissions webinar. This one will go over everything about applying to law school. What’s the timeline for applying? What are all the ingredients of an application? How should you think about a personal statement topic? Whom should you ask for a letter of rec? You’ll learn about all these things and more. You’ll also learn how your application determines your chances of admission and how that relates to your eventual salary.
Your leader will be Kyle Gehrmann. Kyle is a veteran Blueprint instructor who’s scored a 171 on the LSAT and gone to law school at the University of Chicago. He’s helped tons of students get into law school. Come to the webinar to absorb his wisdom.
And the best news of all? If you attend either webinar, you’ll get discounts on Blueprint’s classroom and online courses. You’ll get $300 off Blueprint’s classroom course or $75 off the first month of an online course subscription.
These webinars are coming up. Remember that you have to RSVP if you want to come and get these discounts, so you know what to do.
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