Blueprint LSAT Blog: LSAT Analysis

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Time for the Crystal Ball: June LSAT Predictions

I have developed a bad habit. You see, about a year ago, I began making predictions about upcoming LSAT administrations. It turns out that LSAT students are highly interested in the topic. And it has gone rather well so far. I predicted that the curve for the September test last year was going to be

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One Week Until the June LSAT

It’s almost here. In seven short days you might be elated with happiness, and you might be terrified with uncertainty, but no matter what, you’ll be really drunk. The LSAT is officially a week away. What you probably instinctively want to do is frantically study for 22 hours per day. This is an awful idea.

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Why You Should Take the LSAT Immediately, if not Sooner

Some people see the glass half-empty, while others see it half-full. I myself typically just chug the whole thing then fill it up again. Philosophical positions aside, a new wave of half-empty sensibilities has breached the legal community in recent weeks. The Wall Street Journal has recently published an article detailing the dire straits of

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Imminent LSAT Deadlines for the June LSAT

So tomorrow is a big day for a lot of reasons. First, I’m going bowling, and will make every attempt to break my high score of 117. Second, it’s Friday, which means I’ll be just a day away from not having to wear pants for two whole days. But perhaps most important, tomorrow also marks

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Suffering from Post-LSAT Depression?

The signs are all around us. You’ve seen them: listless bodies walking blankly around town at dusk, a preponderance of frighteningly pale and sickly young people lurking about your neighborhood bars and restaurants, and an ever increasing number of confused individuals emerging from the shadows, devoid of people skills and all-around cleanliness. No, this is

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