Blueprint LSAT Blog: General LSAT Advice

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How to Get a 180 on the LSAT

Ah, the elusive 180. Find out how our Blueprint LSAT Live instructor got a perfect score on the LSAT and how you can too!

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What to Do the Day Before the LSAT

Find out what to do the day before the LSAT and what you absolutely should not do the day before the LSAT. (Hint: Don't start that practice test.)

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Apply to Law School After the April LSAT: Is It Too Late?

We answer a question from one of our followers about whether you should apply to law school if you waited to take the April LSAT.

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LSAT-Flex and Remote LSAT 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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