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Blueprint Course

Postby crossingforHYS » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:31 pm

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Re: Blueprint Course

Postby MURPH » Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:27 am

because they copied Testmaster's course....
No really, two months of intense studying is very good. You need to make this the number 1 priority in your life for the next two months. Study 4 -6 hours /day six days per week. Do every question that they offer you. Take every PT.


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Re: Blueprint Course

Postby tomwatts » Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:06 pm

The reason that a course would do this is so that they can collect as many enrollments as possible. People often don't start even thinking about the LSAT until right before the test date.

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Re: Blueprint Course

Postby bp colin » Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:31 pm

Our courses at Blueprint generally run 10-14 weeks, and I've taught at both ends. The shorter 10 week course has advantages and disadvantages. It's not like you're getting less material; it's the same number of lecture hours and practice exams, and you're still going to want to do every single problem in the homework. It's just that you're just concentrating it into 10 weeks instead of 14. If you have the time to do all the work (and you should really make the time as best you can), then it can work wonderfully. I've actually found that with students who have the necessary time to devote to the study often fare better in a more condensed course, because of the intensity. Students who work a ton or have a really heavy course load naturally find it more challenging.

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