After taking another prep class beforehand, I highly recommend Blueprint for LSAT prep! The lessons are structured in a way that makes the complicated LSAT logic problems more manageable to learn. Sam is a great teacher; he is very knowledgable about the material and also explains the material in an interesting way that held my attention. I went up 11 points from my first practice test to the real LSAT thanks to this class!
Blueprint is really great. Sam is an amazing instructor- he makes the most confusing information you have ever heard make sense-which is basically the entire LSAT! The LSAT was terrifying for me, but with Sam and Blueprint I was able to score 16 points higher on my actual LSAT than my first diagnostic...and one of my practice tests that I took at home was 20 points higher. Honestly, without Blueprint I would not have been accepted into any school, let alone the schools I am looking into now. It's a ton of work I'm not going to lie, but you're going to thank yourself the moment you walk out of that exam. If you follow the method, go to class, and do the homework I think it is safe to say that Blueprint is a fail-proof method.
The BEST LSAT Prep Out There!!!!!.
Please brace yourself for a very long post about my experience with Blueprint Prep. These guys know what they are doing, and they put in a lot of effort into making the LSAT enjoyable!
2 years ago, I took Testmasters fresh out of college. I ended up hating the LSAT and cried everyday because I couldn't get a grasp on the dang thing. I read Powerscore books, but I had zero interest and motivation. After moving to San Diego for work, I decided to give it another shot after a friend recommended Blueprint to me.
I signed up and there was no turning back. I ended up going to every single class, even after a 9 hour work shift. How the hell was I able to do that? I had Sam Fox as my instructor, and you'll enjoy his teaching style very much! In fact, I looked forward to class. Crazy right? Best of all, he never made me feel stupid and he knew exactly how to explain things.
My first practice test was 142, and it stayed at 142 while I took Testmasters. My first diagnostic at the beginning of BP was still, surprise surprise, a 142. The difference with Blueprint is that they present the material in a clear and concise way, and the instructors will go above and beyond because they truly want you to get it. They also prepare you for the real thing, test anxiety and all. My confidence in doing well on the LSAT shot through the roof after taking this course.
After the class was over, I knew I had it in me to do better so I took Blueprint's online course. The vids are hilarious and I learned even more techniques that way. I was able to review areas where I needed help and I did it on my own time. I would totally recommend taking the classroom course first and doing the online course for another 2 months for maximum prep!
On test day, I felt like the most prepared person there. Everyone kept talking about how difficult it was. People were asking me what prep course I took and no one else took BP. I walked out of there confident, knowing that I gave it my best shot.
I ended up scoring 17 points above my diagnostic, however, after studying more in preparation to retake, my last PT was a 164 - that's 22 points from my first score! If you fear the LSAT, seriously, take Blueprint. You won't regret it. I owe these guys everything. My parents probably love them, because I would have never been able to fulfill my dream of going to law school. Now... if only all of my teachers could teach like these guys, I'd have a 4.0.
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