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Today you will be charged a total of $399. This covers your course materials and licensing fees ($200) as well as your first month of access to Blueprint: The Movie.

You will automatically be charged $199 each month until you choose to cancel your subscription.

$199/mo. Plus $200 initial fee for all materials including books and practice exams* ENROLL NOW

You will receive immediate access to all of our amazing online resources!
Your books will be shipped promptly and should arrive within 3-6 business days.

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If you aren't happy with the Blueprint's online LSAT course for any reason, you can return your books to us and receive a full refund. You must alert us in writing of your intent within 10 calendar days of the purchase of the course.
Please see our refund policy page for full details.

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*The inital fee is added to you first month's payment and covers your study materials. These include every LSAT question legal to license (over 8,000) broken down in the following manner: as examples in the three course books that teach the Blueprint methodology for all sections of the exam, as homework questions to practice the curriculum, as extra problem sets to reinforce the methodology, as six LSATs to space throughout the course, and as 13 additional LSATs to practice timing and test-taking skills.