Blueprint LSAT Blog: Admissions

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 155-159

We know that with the launch of our new score-related series, many Most Strongly Supported fans who aren’t within the 165-172 score band are waiting with bated breath for our next release. Well, it’s happening, people. It’s time to talk about LSAT scores in a more modest range. As with our last post in the

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Breaking Down Your April LSAT Score

April LSAT scores are out! As predicted, most everyone taking the April test received their scores at or around 9:00am Eastern on Wednesday, May 18. For all of you applying this cycle, we hope it went well! For the rest of you, did you know that you can apply with an April LSAT score? Turns

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 165 – 172

Today we at Most Strongly Supported are starting something special: a new series of blog posts. Please, hold your applause, we’re sure you’re just as excited as we are. In this series, we’re going to take a closer look into what different LSAT scores mean for you – the types of law schools (and law

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The Splitter Struggle: What To Do if Your LSAT Score is Great, but your GPA Is Meh

Picture this: A bright, promising student works tirelessly on mastering the ins and outs of a challenging—albeit important—exam. After months of hard work our hero is ready for the big test. Their strategies are dialed. Their focus is razor sharp. They are ready! Several weeks later, the scores come out. The student anxiously looks up

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April 2022 Post-Test Reactions

Hello, April LSAT test-takers.  Were you one of the lucky few able to take the exam this past weekend? With Saturday’s catastrophic technical failure on the LSAC website, affecting all test takers who were in the system or waiting to start, many students will be retesting on May 3, May 7, or May 10th. We’re

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What is a Good LSAT Score Anyway?

Short answer: it depends on the law school. The goal of the LSAT is to get into law school, whether that’s at Albany Law School, Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, Loyola University School of Law, Khan Academy, or any other law school in the country. It is the Law School Admission Test, after all.

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Top Law Schools in Kentucky

Kentucky is a southeastern state with a lot of activity, including horse racing, automobile manufacturing, bluegrass music, college basketball, moonshine and bourbon—in fact, 95% of the world’s bourbon is made in Kentucky. The culture of Kentucky is considered blended. The state is mostly Southern, but with Midwest and Southern Appalachia influences. Kentucky is bound by

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Top Law Schools in Kansas

There’s more to Kansas than wheat, oil and that cyclone scene from “The Wizard of Oz.” Named after an American Indian tribe that lived in the region 12,000 years ago, Kansas is known as the “Air Capital of the World” because of its contribution to the aircraft industry. This Midwestern state, bordered by Nebraska, Missouri,

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