Blueprint LSAT Blog: General LSAT Advice

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LSAT-Flex Requirements

Are you ready to take the LSAT-Flex? Not so fast. First, you need to check to make sure your computer and testing room are in compliance.

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How to Hack the ProctorU Site and Choose Your LSAT-Flex Test Time

Worried about not getting the LSAT-Flex test time you need? Try this ProctorU hack!

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Should I Withdraw?!

Deep breath, all: The November LSAT is on Monday. Here’s where I should include an encouraging message, so here we go: You can do this! You studied up! You’re harder, better, faster, and stronger than this exam. Okay, so who amongst you read that and still felt hollowed out with dread? Read on, nervous dears.

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Anna Ivey’s Take on Canceled LSAT Scores

Note: This article was updated on October 19, 2020 Have you heard of cancel culture? It essentially means when someone (or something) has become so irrelevant or problematic that it no longer becomes necessary to acknowledge their existence. And so, we “cancel” them. For example, Logan Paul? Canceled. Accepting less than what you deserve? Canceled.

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Three Last-Minute July LSAT Tips

With the July LSAT just a few days away, you should be using your remaining study time to fine-tune your approach. Hopefully by now you’ve nailed down your basic strategy for each section, but here are a few last-minute tips to help you grab an extra point or two. 1.  Logical Reasoning Underline the argument’s

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When to Take the LSAT

As an LSAT instructor, it is natural to receive the same questions from students and test takers over the years. It almost gets to a point where you can predict the issues that students will raise and when they will be raised. However, there is one question that reigns supreme: When is the best LSAT

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Dos and Don’ts Before Starting Your LSAT Prep Course

If anyone can be described as Type-A, it’s law students and—by extension—pre-law students. Planning ahead is simply second nature to you. This means it’s time for all of you who want to take the LSAT and get a score that will enable you to apply early in the process to start thinking about signing up for

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Studying for the LSAT and Your Finals … at the Same Time

Trust us, you can do both The June LSAT is on its way. If you’re a student, so are finals. The best part of college. The memories you’ll revisit with your friends for years and years. If you’re on the semester system you’ll probably have finals well out of the way before the LSAT. If

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