Blueprint LSAT Blog: LSAT Advice Videos

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Why you should study for the LSAT in the morning (Video)

If, like me, your morning routine invariably begins with a guttural groan followed by a demand of no one in particular for coffee-right-now-or-I-will-break-your-face, you will be supremely disappointed to learn that, with the exception of the June exam, the LSAT is administered at 8:30 am on a Saturday. Saturday, people. Why, other than the fact

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Why You Don’t Want the LSAT to Be Easy (Video)

There are very few people who sit down and take a practice LSAT for the first time, and say, “Boy, that was easy.” And even for the few that do, most of them look at the score later and say, “Boy, was I wrong when I thought that was easy.” There are a few geniuses

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How many practice exams should I take? (Video)

There is a finite amount of time that one can spend studying for the LSAT. There is also a finite, albeit large and getting larger, number of exams that have been released. A common question we instructors get asked is: How many practice exams should I take? This is usually asked by a student with

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What’s the best major for the LSAT? (Video)

If you’ve done a little bit of nosing into the idea of going to law school – and chances are that, if you’re reading this blog right now (and you are reading this blog right now, just to be clear) you have – you’ve likely found out that there’s no required major or minor or

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Sunday is the Last Day to Cancel Your June LSAT Score

How’s the weekend going? Good? Good. If you took the June LSAT, that might not be the case. Every day you have to wait for your LSAT score, the stress compounds. At some point, it’s fair to ask yourself, “Should I cancel my June LSAT score?” It’s a hard question to answer (and one we’ve

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Geraldo Rivera’s Questionable Reasoning in the Trayvon Martin Case

8efXsrGdedk Geraldo Rivera’s Questionable Reasoning in the Trayvon Martin Case The much-publicized death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin took an interesting twist when Geraldo Rivera pronounced in an interview on “Fox and Friends” last week that “I think the hoodie is as much responsible for Trayvon Martinā€˜s death as much as George Zimmerman was.” Later

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How Farnold’s Love Child Affects His Movie Career

How Farnold’s Love Child Affects His Movie Career In this week’s edition of MSS Logical Reasoning sample question, we examine the story of Farnold, a famous movie actor, who has come under fire for fathering an illegitimate child. Now, while he tries to get back in the movie business, certain head honchos think he might

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The Turmoil of Shaker Nation

The Turmoil of Shaker Nation In this week’s sample logical reasoning question, Riley examines the case of the Los Angeles Shakers, and the fundamental disagreements between the team’s owner, Dr. Bus, and the team’s star player, Kohby. Should they get the 7 foot giant from Orlando, or should they get the young point guard who

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