Blueprint LSAT Blog: LSAT Advice

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 155-159

We know that with the launch of our new score-related series, many Most Strongly Supported fans who aren’t within the 165-172 score band are waiting with bated breath for our next release. Well, it’s happening, people. It’s time to talk about LSAT scores in a more modest range. As with our last post in the

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Top Law Schools In Colorado

Colorado is a western U.S. state known for its arid desert, river canyons and snow-covered Rocky Mountains. This part of the country is a popular destination for sports enthusiasts, snowboarders (aka. winter sports enthusiasts) and college students! Colorado is outdoorsy and lively, so if an active and zippy social life is of importance alongside your

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Top Law Schools in Arkansas

Arkansas is a landlocked southern U.S. state bordering the Mississippi River, home to the mountainous regions of the Ozark and the Ouachita Mountains. Arkansas is the 33rd most populous U.S. state and the 29th largest by area and has often been satirized for some of its questionable laws. In Arkansas, flirting can land you a

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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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Three Reasons to Take the January LSAT

The weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful. And since there's no place to go, let....'s prep for the January LSAT? Here are three reasons why you might want to consider taking the January LSAT.

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Taking The LSAT For The First Time? Get Advice from an LSAT Instructor!

Taking the LSAT for the first time? Get advice from one of Blueprint's top LSAT instructors on how to make the LSAT a one-and-done affair.

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Didn’t Get Your LSAT Score? Check Your LSAT Writing Sample.

Are you missing your August LSAT-Flex score? Maybe you forgot to complete the LSAT Writing section.

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How Long is the LSAT? 3+ Hours -LSAT Test Day Breakdown

LSAT test day looks different for all test takers. You have to account for setting up your workspace and how long the pre-admin process takes on top of the time the LSAT exam itself takes on the actual test date. On average, the LSAT takes around three hours total to complete for test takers. The

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