Blueprint LSAT Blog: LSAT

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LSAT Diaries: The LSAT Convinced Me To Become a Lawyer

Not sure if you want to go to law school? Prep for the LSAT. You might end up surprised.

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How To Prep for the LSAT Without Logic Games

By now, you’ve probably heard the news: the LSAT is evolving. Starting in August 2024, the Logic Games Section will be a thing of the past. Instead, students will face one section of Reading Comprehension and two sections of Logical Reasoning. Maybe you’ve already embraced this future LSAT with no Logic Games. You’ve set your

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Increase Your LSAT Score 5 Points in 5 Minutes With Logical Force

Master this one concept to gain some easy points on your next practice exam!

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November LSAT 2023 Predictions

Pour another PSL and let’s take a look at what the November LSAT has in store for you!

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LSAT Diaries: A Letter to My Past LSAT-Prepping Self

Take a stroll down memory lane with former Blueprint student, Madelyn, as she pens a letter to her past LSAT-prepping self and describes the life lessons the LSAT taught her.

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Game Over: LSAC Says Farewell to Logic Games

Can you imagine a world without Logic Games? It's here. It's happening. Let's dive into what's changing on the LSAT and when the changes will take place.

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Take Control of Your LSAT With These Accessibility Features

Although you can't control what's on the LSAT, you can control a good part of your test day (and practice) experience! Discover what accessibility features are available to you on the LSAT and how to replicate them during your practice tests.

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October LSAT 2023 Predictions

October might be the month of eerie chills and ghostly thrills, but fear not, for the LSAT doesn't have to send shivers down your spine. We're here to be your trusty ghostbusters, ready to demystify what awaits and arm you with some spine-tingling tips to conquer the October LSAT!

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