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04/20/2019
11:00 AM PT - 12:00 PM PT

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Free LSAT Bootcamp

There's just about two months left before the last paper LSAT is administered this June. This is the perfect time to start your LSAT prep (if you haven't already). To help you kick things off, we're hosting a free online LSAT Bootcamp. Learn all about the test structure, what you should expect to see on the exam, best strategies, and more! You'll even get the chance to test your skills on real some practice problems. This session will be led by a veteran Blueprint instructor and include a live Q&A. Attendees will also receive a discount code for an LSAT course the day after the event. Regardless if you're an LSAT newbie or this isn't first your rodeo, this session is not to be missed if you're trying to get high [LSAT scores].

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04/22/2019
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

With:
Daniel Lee

at:
Barnard College - LL103 Diana

LSAT Seminar

Free New Digital LSAT Event at Barnard

Barnard's Athena Pre-Law Society and Blueprint are hosting a free seminar covering all of the changes to the LSAT in 2019! This event is a great way to see how the digital LSAT will look and to learn the best ways to change up your study methods to prep for the new format. The event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Daniel Lee

You can frequently find Daniel watching reruns of Spongebob Squarepants, maintaining his undeniably impressive Pokemon card collection, or rollerblading through Prospect Park. In fact, he secretly believes that if he goes fast enough, he’ll be able to in-line skate his way back to 1999.

Indeed, Daniel’s imagination has always tended toward the dramatic: when other kids were reciting The Cat in the Hat, he was committing to memory the collected lyrics of Stephen Sondheim; when his band director asked him to play the saxophone, he insisted on picking up the oboe (because double the reed equals double the… fun? trouble? mouth fatigue?). After narrowly escaping punishment for stealing corn from his neighbor’s farm - yep, you read that right - Daniel fled the outskirts of Amish Country, Pennsylvania to seek anonymity (or was it fame?) in the Big City. Upon completing his Drama and English Literature studies at New York University, he was invited to join the Broadcast Music, Inc. Musical Theater Writers’ Workshop, where he gets to live his dream and write show tunes at the World Trade Center. Thanks to some serious determination, an overdrawn checking account, and the infamous polar vortex that plagued the East Coast, he spent an entire January locked in his apartment and emerged with a 173 LSAT score.

To Daniel, learning to ace this test is not unlike learning to perform a song: first, you hone the techniques you need to hit the right notes. Then, you practice in sections, taking time to ensure accuracy. Once all of the parts are perfect, you put them together and bring everything up to tempo.

When he’s not in front of a class or behind a piano, this perpetual Pennsylvania boy is often seen scouring the Union Square farmer’s market in search of fresh produce. Don’t worry, he always pays now. Well, almost always.

04/23/2019
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

With:
Laura Santoski

at:
BU - Stokes S295

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at Boston University

BU's Bellarmine Law Society and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is a great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! The event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Laura Santoski

Laura won the school-wide spelling bee in 6th and 7th grade with ''oratorio'' and ''antediluvian.'' She's been trying to regain that pinnacle of excellence ever since.

Laura grew up in the suburbs of Grand Rapids, MI which is a city by Michigan standards, meaning that there is a downtown area and Lady Gaga played there on her most recent tour. She then moved to Manhattan where she attended NYU and studied politics and Spanish (but please don't ask her if she wants to be a Spanish politician, because she's heard that joke before).

As a Blueprint alum with a 178 LSAT score and three years of teaching under her belt, Laura uses the same coaching methods for her LSAT students that she learned while running track for NYU: learn from your coach but it's the time you spend training on your own that can make the most difference. That, and never eat a Big Mac before a big race. Or before the LSAT. Or really, ever.

For those who are interested, ''antediluvian'' means ''antiquated''. You're on your own for oratorio.

04/23/2019
7:15 PM - 8:15 PM

With:
Ross Rinehart

at:
UCI - Humanties Hall 236

Application Seminar

Free Law School Admissions Workshop at UC Irvine

UCI's Pre-Law Society and Blueprint are hosting a free Law School Admissions Workshop! Join us as our instructor Ross Rinehart walks you through the law school admissions process. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Ross Rinehart

Ross spent his formative years in San Diego, where he picked up a skateboard and has been annoying pedestrians, dogs, and security guards ever since.

While earning his degree in English and Political Science at UCLA, Ross wrote pretentiously overwrought album reviews for the Daily Bruin. One in particular inspired his then-girlfriend to say, "That was the least fun thing I've ever read." Finding that a career in music journalism was not in the cards, Ross signed up with Blueprint, which helped him earn a 170 on the September 2009 LSAT. Ross matriculated to the USC Gould School of Law in 2010 where he spent time working on the campus' Post-Conviction Justice Project and apologizing to his Bruin friends for setting foot on the Trojan campus.

With eleven years of teaching experience under his belt, Ross strives to create a convivial environment in his Blueprint classes so that students can feel comfortable during what is often a stressful time in their lives. Ross also knows a little about picking yourself up after falling down (conservative estimates indicate that Ross has failed over 2,810,543 skateboard trick attempts), so he knows how important it is to provide support for his students as they learn the skills that will get them a great LSAT score.

Ross will tell you his favorite movies are La Dolce Vita, Bicycle Thieves, and Breathless, but we know Purple Rain and Clueless actually top the list.

04/24/2019
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

With:
Jelena Woehr

at:
UCLA - Public Affairs 1222

LSAT Seminar

Free New Digital LSAT Event at UCLA

UCLA's Kappa Alpha Pi and Blueprint are hosting a free seminar covering all of the changes to the LSAT in 2019! This event is a great way to see how the digital LSAT will look and to learn the best ways to change up your study methods to prep for the new format. The event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Jelena Woehr

Jelena's interest in law dates back to elementary school, when she waved strongly worded signs as one of a small crowd of protesters at the trial of activist Laura Kriho.

Jelena took the LSAT mostly for fun after becoming pathetically addicted to the Logic Games section. After scoring a 178, she elected to take another year to think about attending law school. Rather, she chose to experiment with reinventing herself, with possible future career paths including lawyer, writer, brand strategist, consultant, public speaker, and, of course, LSAT prep instructor.

In the classroom, Jelena relies on humor, pop culture analogies, and the art of storytelling to help students prepare for the LSAT. Her passion for screenwriting allows her to bring in conflict, character, drama, and comedy, even when teaching everyone's favorite, Reading Comprehension. 

When not helping students achieve their LSAT goals, Jelena can be found in the remote mountains and deserts of Southern California, traversing up to 50 miles in a single day on horseback as a competitor in the unusual extreme sport of endurance riding. Don't worry, the horses are checked out by a vet every few miles to ensure they are healthy and fit to continue. Riders, on the other hand, are on their own.

04/25/2019
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

With:
Kevin Lin

at:
NYU - Tisch Hall UC-19

Logic Games Seminar

Free LSAT Logic Games Seminar at NYU

PLEASE NOTE: This event has been rescheduled from April 24th to April 25th. NYU's Stern Business & Law Society and Blueprint LSAT Prep will be hosting a free workshop on the most intimidating section of the Law School Admission Test: Logic Games. Blueprint's LSAT expert will introduce some key techniques for tackling questions and different ways to approach the Law School Admission Test! This event is open to ALL, and everyone who attends will qualify for 15% off a Blueprint course!

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Kevin Lin

Kevin first learned of his dark addiction to LSAT instruction many moons ago, when he taught for Blueprint as an undergrad at UC Berkeley. After earning his J.D. from Columbia Law School, he spent two years at law firms in New York City and a stint as a federal prosecutor in Oakland, California, before his compulsive desire to educate strangers about logical reasoning spiraled out of control.

Kevin returns to Blueprint older, wiser, and with an even firmer commitment to LSAT excellence. With a score of 180, a proclivity for saying absurd and completely inane things with the utmost gravitas, and a speech pattern vaguely akin to Christopher Walken and William Shatner, Kevin’s classes remind many students of frolicking with satyrs during a debauched bacchanalia – except that instead of engaging in drunken revelry with half-men/half-goats, students will learn effective strategies for getting amazing scores on the LSAT.

In his spare time, Kevin enjoys quiet introspection, pondering the horrors of existence, and convincing people that he is not a robot.

04/26/2019
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

With:
Keith Barry

at:
Tufts University - Anderson 206

Application Seminar

Free Law School Admissions Workshop at Tufts University

Tufts' Mock Trial Team and Blueprint are hosting a free Law School Admissions Workshop! Join us as our instructor Keith Barry walks you through the law school admissions process. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Keith Barry

Keith is a Massachusetts native where he spent his teenage years as a long-haired heavy metal drummer. These days the long hair is gone, but Keith continues to play music around Boston - mostly finding himself playing and dancing with fellow Grateful Dead fanatics (otherwise known as Dead Heads).


Keith attended Brandeis University and NYU Law, where he was on a full-tuition merit scholarship. During college he was a debate champion and later a debate teacher. No doubt that experience helped him score his 180. Prior to college, Keith spent a number of years as a laborer in the Teamsters Union pushing heavy boxes around Boston. That experience, in its own way, also paved the way for Keith’s 180.
Keith’s teaching philosophy is based on his own experience with the LSAT: the test is extremely learnable. With enough time and effort, anyone can do well on it. The LSAT is beatable and Keith is excited to help his students win that fight. 

Keith’s favorite TV shows include BoJack Horseman, Seinfeld, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. He met Larry David once who was as wonderfully rude as you would hope and it was glorious.

04/27/2019
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

With:
Austen Yueh

at:
UC Berkeley - Barrows 186

Practice LSAT

Free Practice LSAT at UC Berkeley

Planning to take the LSAT? Join Blueprint and UC Berkeley's Phi Alpha Delta on Saturday, April 27th as we provide you with the most authentic practice LSAT environment in the biz! Come see if you got what it takes and earn 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Austen Yueh

Austen's dream job as a small child was grocery cashier, because she liked the sound the scanners made. She almost achieved this goal during college when she got a barista job in a bakery, but despite the high-end espresso machine and James Beard award-winning pastries, they did not have a fancy scanner. 

Since she couldn't totally forgo her goal of Tetris-ing groceries, she applied her analytical mind to a computer science degree at MIT instead, after being dissuaded from attending music conservatories. It was around this time that she met a few bright JD's during her restaurant job and took the LSAT on a whim. When she got her 171 and actually started looking at law schools, she realized how much they actually cost. So, to continue the trend of life decisions from left field, and being an Arizona native tired of Boston winters, Austen moved out to California. She now works in tech recruiting, a "real job" to help other people find "real jobs."

Austen likens the LSAT as a test naturally geared more to a computer than a human, and realized she could use her logical computer science training to help people achieve their LSAT dreams. With Blueprint, she also now has the opportunity to make all of the cheesy jokes and self-deprecating remarks that wouldn't have been quite as effective during her TA'ing at MIT. Since methodical studying will save time and energy in the end, Austen encourages her students to use those towards enjoying the finer things in life, such as burgers, beaches, and Bordeaux.

Austen's looking forward to picking apart arguments with you, since her two dogs can never really participate in that dialogue. In the meantime, she can only hope that robots don't replace grocery cashiers or lawyers, since she still hasn't gotten a chance to be either yet.

Practice LSAT

Free Practice LSAT at UC Riverside

Planning to take the LSAT? Join Blueprint and UC Riverside's Phi Alpha Delta on Sunday, April 28th as we provide you with the most authentic practice LSAT environment in the biz! Come see if you got what it takes and earn 15% off a Blueprint course.

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Riddhi Dalal

Riddhi strongly believes in trying everything once - she’s dipped a toe in medicine (after the crowning achievement of “most likely to cure cancer” back in high school), the startup scene (which is basically a requirement of going to school in the Bay Area), and political arena, before eventually jumping into law. Her desire for exploration has also extended to some questionable fashion decisions and food choices (though, she will stick by curried coconut toffee as being deceivingly good). 

Riddhi wanted to leave SoCal and adventure into a foreign area, but as a true California native, she was reluctant to totally leave the Golden State. So she found herself trading in SoCal for NorCal (that’s foreign enough, right?) and spent four years at UC Berkeley studying Political Economy and International Trade. After graduation, that same desire for exploration led her to… take the LSAT? Nevertheless she achieved a 171. 

If her path of exploration has taught her anything, it’s that staying calm and keeping a positive attitude are two things that can carry you through any situation. The LSAT can be a tricky beast to conquer, and half of the battle is not letting the anxiety of it get the better of you. Her teaching style is one of constant encouragement and motivation. The best remedy for test stress is preparedness - so prepare to practice, practice, practice!   


Riddhi is equally as likely to be found discussing disparities in international trade over coffee as debating the finer details of Harry Potter over drinks. She’ll say she spends her free time painting, reading, and keeping up with current events in politics and pop culture, but in reality she’s probably binging a baking show while failing to actually bake anything herself.

LSAT Seminar

So You Want To Be A Lawyer

Come join us on Tuesday, May 7th at UCI's Student Services Building, Career Pathways Training Room. Blueprint LSAT Prep will be hosting a free event that will include an LSAT overview, testing tips, and a Q&A about what it takes to become a lawyer. Our LSAT expert Riddhi Dalal will be leading the event from 4-5pm, and light refreshments will be provided! All attendees will receive a discount code for 15% off a Blueprint Classroom or Live Online Course.

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Riddhi Dalal

Riddhi strongly believes in trying everything once - she’s dipped a toe in medicine (after the crowning achievement of “most likely to cure cancer” back in high school), the startup scene (which is basically a requirement of going to school in the Bay Area), and political arena, before eventually jumping into law. Her desire for exploration has also extended to some questionable fashion decisions and food choices (though, she will stick by curried coconut toffee as being deceivingly good). 

Riddhi wanted to leave SoCal and adventure into a foreign area, but as a true California native, she was reluctant to totally leave the Golden State. So she found herself trading in SoCal for NorCal (that’s foreign enough, right?) and spent four years at UC Berkeley studying Political Economy and International Trade. After graduation, that same desire for exploration led her to… take the LSAT? Nevertheless she achieved a 171. 

If her path of exploration has taught her anything, it’s that staying calm and keeping a positive attitude are two things that can carry you through any situation. The LSAT can be a tricky beast to conquer, and half of the battle is not letting the anxiety of it get the better of you. Her teaching style is one of constant encouragement and motivation. The best remedy for test stress is preparedness - so prepare to practice, practice, practice!   


Riddhi is equally as likely to be found discussing disparities in international trade over coffee as debating the finer details of Harry Potter over drinks. She’ll say she spends her free time painting, reading, and keeping up with current events in politics and pop culture, but in reality she’s probably binging a baking show while failing to actually bake anything herself.

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