Blueprint LSAT Blog: LSAT Advice

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Should you Retake the LSAT in December?

Should you retake the LSAT in December? October LSAT scores came out on Friday. If you were happy with the three-digit number that landed in your inbox, congratulations. Get those applications in, and good luck on your cycle. But this is for those who were less than thrilled with the present LSAC dropped on your

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Should you cancel your October 2010 LSAT score?

Six days, people. That’s how long you get to decide whether or not you should cancel your LSAT score. Six days full of sleepless nights, self-doubt, and—in particularly egregious cases—more boxed wine than a human should probably imbibe. If you took the LSAT on October 9th, you need to decide by October 15th. Let’s first

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Everything You’ll Ever Need to Know is on the LSAT Vol. 1

Studying for the LSAT takes up an incredible amount of time. You literally spend hundreds of hours learning about dinosaurs, sea turtles, and cryptozoological marsupials. And you can’t help but remembering some of the more interesting nuggets you learn along the way. Knowing that you’re gaining a wealth of useless trivia is one of the

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Studying with Victoria: End of Summer, LSAT in Sight

“Officially,” the summer is over. Fear not, for LSAT prep goes on. Hopefully, you all enjoyed your long weekends and took advantage of the last of the summer days to do some logic games in the sun. I went back to LA for the weekend and after carefully weighing the options on which books to

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Should You Cancel Your June 2010 LSAT?

If you took the test on Monday, I feel for you. You’re probably still suffering from some mulch-induced PTSD. The whole thing may have been a rather harrowing experience. That’s normal. That’s the LSAT. But did it really go poorly? Is it time to cancel your score? If you’re thinking about canceling, you should be

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Countdown to the LSAT: Five Tips for Test Day

The clock is ticking… 10 days, 9 days, 8 days, 7 days, 6 days, 5 days… Yep, the LSAT is less than a week away. But no need to stress. Not much more than the rest of your life (higher education, career, attractiveness of your future spouse) is riding on your performance next Monday. My

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How to Work Full Time and Take the LSAT

Growing up, I was just your average Korean girl. Great grades, piano and flute lessons, tutoring younger students, sports, and dreams of being a lawyer/doctor/something lucrative and socially impressive filled my life. I graduated from UCLA, had a brief stint at a “fun job”, and then got my first big girl job at a medical

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Three Weeks Until the LSAT: Time to get Serious

Yesterday was the last day to postpone your June LSAT date, so as of today you’re officially in it to win it. By this point (three weeks from the big day), you should have been studying a lot, and have hopefully seen some significant improvement. That’s awesome, but there’s no reason to think that the

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