Blueprint LSAT Blog: Videos

Grand Prize Winner of the Blueprint Video Contest

q3IEOzGReOY Throughout June, while you were planning weddings, Vegas trips, and barbeques, Blueprint was holding a video contest to give away a free Blueprint LSAT course. Participants had to submit a video of no more than three (3) minutes that incorporated the words and/or visual representations “LSAT”, “Thurgood Marshall”, and “spatula.” If you are the

How Farnold’s Love Child Affects His Movie Career

How Farnold’s Love Child Affects His Movie Career In this week’s edition of MSS Logical Reasoning sample question, we examine the story of Farnold, a famous movie actor, who has come under fire for fathering an illegitimate child. Now, while he tries to get back in the movie business, certain head honchos think he might

The Turmoil of Shaker Nation

The Turmoil of Shaker Nation In this week’s sample logical reasoning question, Riley examines the case of the Los Angeles Shakers, and the fundamental disagreements between the team’s owner, Dr. Bus, and the team’s star player, Kohby. Should they get the 7 foot giant from Orlando, or should they get the young point guard who

The Tragic LSAT Tale of Lisa Logan

The Tragic LSAT Tale of Lisa Logan We at MSS bring to you our second installment of practice logical reasoning questions. Today, Misha analyzes the story of Lisa Logan, and what steps we need to take to validly conclude that her parents have failed in their parenting (odds are, it shouldn’t be too difficult to

The Sordid Logical Reasoning Story of Larry Monds

wzS3mNUuDyA The Sordid Logical Reasoning Story of Larry Monds Today’s installment of MSS brings you a free practice LSAT problem. LSAC doesn’t allow us to disseminate real problems on the intra webs, so it was written by the staff at MSS, and explained by Blueprint LSAT Prep instructor Misha Silin, who teaches our Northridge class.

October 2010 LSAT Analysis Video

NofFTfA8Ylw October 2010 LSAT Analysis Video After days and days of serious intellectual toil, we’ve come up with our analysis of the October 2010 LSAT. Overall, it seems that logic games were of a more uniform difficulty than in years past, reading comprehension was pretty hard, and logical reasoning was generally pretty average in terms

How Not to Get a Letter of Recommendation

Asking for a letter of recommendation can be a harrowing experience. First, you have to find someone who you think would even be remotely willing to write anything positive about you, which can be a difficult proposition in and of itself. Then, you have to sit down in a meeting and actually ask for it.

Blueprint: The Movie 2.0. This Time, It’s Animated.

In life, there ever-so-rarely comes an idea so rich in innovation and splendor that your only recourse is to share it with countless thousands of people so that they, too, can reap the benefits. An idea so ineffable that to even describe its quality would be akin to taking the entire ocean into your cupped