Blueprint LSAT Blog: Law School

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Law School Applications in the Time of Corona

You know what might help you stop looking at COVID stats for a few minutes? Thinking about law school applications! Hooray? Okay, look, I get it. It’s hard to focus when, well, .  And in times like these, there’s no one correct way to cope.  But on the off-chance that your particular brand

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The Different Law Degrees

Eeny meeny miney…degree?  Much as I’d like to believe that readers of this blog are only here to bask in the sparkling wit and charm of our lovely authors, I know a self-serving fallacy when I see one.  We’re all here for one reason:  To absolutely decimate the LSAT—Blueprint is great at that, BTW.  But

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Five Pre-Law Dating Profiles

Valentine’s Day is this week. Maybe you heard? We almost missed it — the only flowers we received were from game three of the September 2019 LSAT. Anyway, while our instructors are more likely to canoodle with an armful of LSAT practice tests than with another human being, we still like to think we can

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Blueprint’s 2019 Law Student Gift Guide

If there are people in your life who are studying for the LSAT or in law school, you almost certainly haven’t seen them in quite some time. They’ve been totally occupied by conditional language or promissory estoppel, and haven’t been able to make much time for you. So you can be forgiven if you’re just

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The Best LSAT Memes

We all hate a reductive generational stereotype … but if there’s one thing that’s true of Millennials and Gen Zers or Zoomers or whatever we’re calling them now, it’s that they love a good meme. Taking an image from SpongeBob SquarePants or The Office or anime and relating it to some shared experience — it’s

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Five Law School Application Errors

Post-Thanksgiving leftovers sandwiches have been devoured and the smell of roasting chestnuts has invaded Christmas markets the country over. Rather than basking in holiday cheer, let’s Grinch it up in here and talk about law school applications. That’s right, we’re talking about law school! There’s plenty of advice out there about how to apply for

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How to Prepare for Law School as Sophomore

Whether students are considering going to law school from their undergraduate studies or after gaining professional work experience, preparing for law school is essential. The earlier you plan for law school requirements, the better. Although there are many different scenarios and educational backgrounds amongst every student, in this blog, we will discuss how to prepare

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CAS Me If You Can

You’ve invested in LSAT prep online, spent an embarrassing amount on fancy lattes to get you through study sessions, registered for the LSAT … and your next step is sending off your applications, right? Unfortunately, no. There’s one more step: registering for the CAS. CAS? Who even is she? Or it? A law school? Not

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