Spring 2014 Blueprint LSAT Prep Courses Set to Tip Off
- Mar 22, 2014
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So your bracket’s busted. You’re not going to win Warren Buffet’s billion dollars. It’s OK. There are plenty of other ways to earn that much dough.
Some are even legal.
For example, as an attorney you could work 100,000 court cases in one year at $10,000 a pop. You might have to pull in some long hours, but think of all the yachts you’ll buy but never have time to use!
Alas, before you become a lawyer, you’ll need to go to law school, and before you go to law school, you gotsta take the LSAT. That’s where we come in.
Blueprint LSAT Prep’s spring classroom courses to prepare for the June LSAT are about to tip off. In fact, one of our Berkeley LSAT prep courses and one of our UCLA LSAT prep courses have already tipped. But no worries. You can still sign up for one of these other upcoming spring LSAT prep courses, listed here with the instructor and start date:
Wow, that’s a lot of blue — the same color of devil who just choked to Mercer. (Though if you ask me, it’s worth a billion dollars to see Duke get upset.)
To learn more about our spring LSAT prep course instructors, check out their awesome bios and LSAT scores. If you just want to learn more about the Blueprint LSAT Prep course, here’s all you need to know. Here’s Blueprint’s online LSAT prep course, if that’s more in your range.
If you have any questions about any of Blueprint’s spring 2014 LSAT prep courses, let ’em rip in the comments, email us at email@example.com, or call 888-4-BP-PREP.
And to the one person who picked Dayton and Mercer: can I borrow a couple million bucks?
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