Tag Archive: LSAT prep

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Fall Into LSAT Prep

We know, we know…it’s not cool to skip seasons or holidays. Just because summer is a distant memory, does not mean we should start pulling out the Christmas decorations. And yet, we’re already looking past Halloween in anticipation of the November LSAT. The fact is, classes to prep for the November LSAT are starting soon

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Time’s Running Out to Prep for the July LSAT!

Since you’re reading this, I’m going to go ahead and guess a few things about you. You’re a rebel. You walk to the beat of your own dream. You’re not afraid of taking chances. You laugh in the face of danger. Finally, you signed up to take the July LSAT. Normally, the LSAT you registered for doesn’t give any insight into the person that you are, but the July LSAT is notoriously different. It’s the last time the LSAT will be given on paper and the beginning of the new tablet-based test. It’s an exciting time, especially since you don’t know which format of the test you’ll receive (hence, the whole “laugh in the face of danger” thing).

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Battle LSAT Anxiety with Your Brain (and Butt)

Test anxiety is real, and the LSAT brings about an entire cornucopia of emotions. It’s understandable; you’ve spent months preparing for this test that will determine where you spend the next few years of year life and possibly even who will hire you after graduation. Plus, you really don’t want to retake the LSAT and go through that endeavor all over again (but you might have to).  Walking into your test room as prepared as possible is one way to deal with LSAT test anxiety, but there are other techniques to keep you cool, calm, and collected before, during, and after the LSAT.

For today’s post we brought in recently licensed marriage and family therapist Megan Riley to share her thoughts on controlling test day anxiety.

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Time to Start Prepping for the June LSAT

It’s heating up out there—I mean, I guess not if you live anywhere on the East Coast. The end of the Spring Semester will be here before you know it and that means the June LSAT is looming over the horizon. This year, the June LSAT will be extra special because it’s the last time everyone will take a paper LSAT (you know, because the LSAT is going digital in July and whatnot). According to an official-nonofficial Blueprint poll across social media, 30% of students plan to take the June 2019 LSAT. Many just don’t want to go through the uncertainty that a new digital LSAT brings. If this is you, it’s time to starting thinking about June test prep.

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Classes for One of the LSAT Paper LSATs Start Soon

For the lucky few in college, your winter break has come to an end. We say “lucky” because I don’t think anyone would mind checking out from the routine for three weeks. The start of the semester and the new year brings forth ambitious resolutions and some stark reminders. For those interested in going to law school, one of those reminders is to take (or to retake) the LSAT.

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Merry Christmas from Most Strongly Supported!

The entire MSS staff would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, we hope you got everything you wanted this Christmas. Let’s hope Santa brings killer LSAT scores and acceptances to your dream law schools. If you’re still panicking about what to get someone, our very legit poll found that 63% of pollers wanted LSAT prep for Christmas this year. Hmmm….where could you find that…..

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Save on All Blueprint Courses During our Cyber Week Sale!

I won’t bury the lead–we were going to have a Black Friday Sale, but to show how thankful we are for all our students, we’re extending that sale for the whole week! Enjoy steep discounts during our BIGGEST sale of the year from now until November 26, 2018 (Cyber Monday). Use promo code CYBER350 to save $350 off a classroom course, CYBER250 to save $250 off a Live Online course, or CYBER200 to save $200 off our online course (no materials fee!).

Now for why this matters to you, and how this isn’t another example of rampant consumerism.