Blueprint LSAT Blog: Analysis of Previous LSATs

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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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April 2022 LSAT Exam Predictions

With depositing deadlines now mostly behind us, we’re into the final cycle of law school applications for the current year! If anyone is wondering what is going on with this year’s admissions cycle, it’s been historically slow this year. The waitlist has been heavily weighed on for the past few years (yep, thank you COVID).

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Breaking Down Your March LSAT Score

Taking the LSAT this time of year has a few advantages – smaller test administrations tend to see smoother experiences by test takers. (March 2022 LSAT had approximately 7,000 testers.) If you’re signed up for the April LSAT, all of this bodes well for you. February, March, and likely April too have some of the

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Breaking Down Your January LSAT Scores

January LSAT scores are out! As predicted, most everyone taking the January official administration received their scores at or around 9:00am Eastern on Wednesday, February 2nd. This is an important time of year in the law school admissions cycle. If your application was on hold while the school waited on this particular LSAT score or

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Breaking Down Your November LSAT Scores

November LSAT scores came out Wednesday morning, even for those students who retested on November 23. According to LSAC data, just under 25,000 test takers took the exam in November, a 14% decrease from 2020.  If you are planning to retake one of the Winter 2022 options, the February LSAT registration deadline is on December

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LSAT Trends & Predictions 2021-2022

Gather ‘round, gather ‘round.  It’s time for Blueprint’s LSAT prognosticator* to once again gaze into the misty aura of her crystal orb and perceive the Truth**.  Since the introduction of the three-section Flex test—and the current three-section plus an experimental variation—your humble prognosticator has taken time to reconnect with the mystical plane and gather some

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Cue a Sigh of Relief: June LSAT-Flex is Over

Was the June LSAT-Flex a doozy? We take a look at the second-ever LSAT-Flex, initial student reactions, and whether you should cancel.

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The Morning Cometh: The November 2018 LSAT Recap

Congrats to all the November 2018 LSAT test takers! You did it! And by “it,” we mean you survived the LSAT. Of course, the LSAT has a pretty high survival rate. In fact, taking the LSAT is one of the safest ways to spend a Saturday morning, all things considered. Especially when the LSAC takes

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