Blueprint Prepcourse

gonoles_1
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Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby gonoles_1 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:47 pm

Hi guys,

I'm a first time poster. Any insight into the online Blueprint Prep Course? Everything I've seen looks good, but the price and practicality seem almost too good to be true.

Thanks!

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jeremydc
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Re: Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby jeremydc » Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:02 pm

there are a few threads about the course they offer. Heard some good reviews about them but like some on here, I aint got the $$$

crossingforHYS
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Re: Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby crossingforHYS » Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:27 pm

pm'd you

bookie
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Re: Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby bookie » Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:35 pm

I'm looking into the online blueprint prep as well. I've heard that it ultimately boils down to the time you yourself put into it regardless of the course. Any thoughts?

DKO
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Re: Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby DKO » Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:49 pm

I just finished a Blueprint course, and it's a good investment. The pace/structure/strategies are hard to replicate on your own.

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Re: Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby mst » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:24 pm

Just looked at it, and it seems like a good alternative/same basic idea as testmasters. But also looks limited in location. Honestly, any course you take will come down to you doing the work by yourself. For 1200 the only other thing you can get is Kaplan, which I think is a reasonable alternative due to their written materials/online support system. However Kaplan has a lower standard for teachers. Finally, I would be skeptical of their claim to have the greatest score increases/best performance. This can't be verified to my knowledge, and Blueprint looks like it happens to be in places that probably have more intelligent students...I hardly think its fair to compare Blueprints success with a group of UCLA students and Berkeley students when Kaplan and Testmasters also work with students from Middle-of-nowhere Community college, kentucky and 2nd-tier state school, idaho.

bookie
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Re: Blueprint Prepcourse

Postby bookie » Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:11 pm

I don't have any Blueprint classes near me, so if I choose them it will have to be their online self-prep course. But I think I would do online/self-study regardless of the company anyways due to scheduling conflicts.

From what I've heard and read, each program has it's success stories. It's up to the individual to make the most of what they're paying for.




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