Blueprint LSAT Blog: LSAT Preparation

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What Does My LSAT Score Mean: 165 – 172

Today we at Most Strongly Supported are starting something special: a new series of blog posts. Please, hold your applause, we’re sure you’re just as excited as we are. In this series, we’re going to take a closer look into what different LSAT scores mean for you – the types of law schools (and law

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What is a Good LSAT Score Anyway?

Short answer: it depends on the law school. The goal of the LSAT is to get into law school, whether that’s at Albany Law School, Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, Loyola University School of Law, Khan Academy, or any other law school in the country. It is the Law School Admission Test, after all.

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The LSAT and COVID-19

Remember when you said, “2020 is going to be my year!” Yeah, us too. This year has been a wild ride, and it’s only March. This was the week we should have been talking about last-minute tips to prepare for the March LSAT, like logic game strategies or how to get through sufficient and necessary

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LSAT Prep Habits: The Do’s and Don’ts

Most of you have finished your first week of classes by now, so it’s a good time to talk about Do’s and Don’ts of habits. These will not be groundbreaking and will even be more along the lines of, “Well, yeah,” if you’ve ever been in school, but, with the LSAT, there’s no cramming the

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On Not Having a Life (Or, How Studying for the LSAT Is Like Running a Marathon)

There are some pursuits in life that are so labor-intensive and time-consuming that they quickly end up occupying most of your brain-space. Studying for the LSAT is, not surprisingly, one of those things – and as I’ve recently discovered, training for a marathon is another. (Oh, you didn’t know I’m training for a marathon? We

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Kai’s LSAT Story: How I Got My 177

Today’s post comes to us from Kai, a former Blueprint student who is currently in the midst of the law school application process. He was recently admitted to a Top 5 program. Preparing for the LSAT reminds me of a mud/obstacle race I recently ran. Any path that looks smooth is likely hiding something (there

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October LSAT Early Withdraw Deadline is One Week Away

You are no doubt keenly aware that there is a little less than a month until the October LSAT. If the thought strikes fear into your heart, you’re certainly not alone. And that’s okay – you’re not supposed to feel ready at this point, or even close to ready. The last month is when things

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3 Tips to Stay Sane as We Close In On the October LSAT

The October LSAT is in 30 days. Four weeks plus two days. However you look at it, the October LSAT is sneaking up fast. If you’re studying for the LSAT, that thought probably doesn’t comfort you right now. You might feel like you have to spend every waking hour between now and the fifth of

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