Blueprint LSAT Blog: Admissions

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Top Law Schools in Maine

Interested in studying criminal justice or law enforcement? How about business law? Or maybe human rights law? From the sparkling beaches of Kennebunkport to the award-winning culinary scene in Portland to jaw-dropping landscapes in Acadia National Park, Maine is increasingly finding its way onto many tourists’ itineraries. If those characteristics appeal to you as well,

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What LSAT Score Is Needed to Get Scholarships?

What LSAT Score Do You Need For a Full Scholarship? It Depends. As I learned on my first day of law school, the answer to most questions when it comes to law school is: it depends. The question of what LSAT score will get you a scholarship is no different. In fact, its answer may

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How to Prep for a Law School Interview

The law school interview is unique from most other typical interviews. Because it is not a job interview, your approach is somewhat different. Instead, the law school interview is primarily designed to investigate prospective student potential, interest in the law school, and potential fit within the law school. As you prepare for your interviews, be

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 173-180

We know that with the launch of our new score-related series, many Most Strongly Supported fans must be at least a tad curious about those incredible achievers who score above the 165-172 range. That’s right, we’re talking about those fabled LSAT scores at the tippity top and how they open golden gates upon golden gates

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 160-164

We know that with the launch of our new score-related series, many Most Strongly Supported fans who aren’t within the 165-172 or 155-159 bands are waiting with bated breath for our next release. It’s happening, people. It’s time to talk about those in-between LSAT scores, the 160-164s. As with our last post in the series,

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June 2022 LSAT Exam Predictions

Semi-interesting news for all of you June LSAT testers, a third main test day will NOT be added for this administration. The main testing days will be Friday, June 10th and Saturday, June 11th. Accommodated and international LSAT testing will be on Tuesday, June 14th. Great, now that we’ve got the logistical information sorted and

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5 Reasons to Strive for a 170+ LSAT Score

Applying and getting accepted to law school is a numbers game. There are a lot of different numbers that figure into the law school equation and the decisions you’ll make in the application process: your undergraduate GPA, your LSAT score, where your score falls on the median for your prospective schools, the tuition costs vs.

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Should I Take the LSAT or the GRE for Law School?

That’s a good question. As of 2016, some law schools are now accepting the GRE or the LSAT from prospective law students.  Since either exam could be a good choice, let’s look at the pros and cons of each test in terms of law school admissions.  The LSAT is the “standard” law school admissions test.

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