Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

danparkuss
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Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby danparkuss » Sun Jun 27, 2010 1:52 pm

I am considering in buying the Blueprint the movie, but I am just curious as to how effective it was for the June 2010 LSAT. Anyone here go through the blueprint program and performed well (170+)?

Another question: By going through Blueprint, how prepared were you for the LG/LR/RC respectively? (June 2010)

Thanks!

makingwaves
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Re: Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby makingwaves » Sun Jun 27, 2010 4:17 pm

I didn't score 170 +, but I wasn't aiming for that either. I got a 160, up from a 150 diagnostic. I felt a hundred percent prepared for the test, errors that I made were mine. I feel like I got every penny's worth from my bp course!!!!!

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Re: Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby nj05nets » Sun Jun 27, 2010 8:31 pm

I took the lsat in Feb 09 after studying for about a month and bombed (151). i then studied like crazy for about 4 months on my own for the sept 09 test and got a 156. still very disapointed with my score and needing a 160 or better i took the bp the movie course and couldnt be happier with that decision. I was PTing in the mid to upper 160sand was as prepared as i could have been for the june test. I ended up getting a 163, a few points below my average, but it was completely my fault for messing up the fourth game, running out of time and getting only 1/6 right. Spending the 825 for the course was probably the best investment ive ever made, i just wish i did it from the beginning. i should end up saving thousands of dollars in tuition.

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Re: Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby nfggcaar » Sun Jun 27, 2010 8:34 pm

I improved a 158 diagnostic to a 168! Trent and Matt are awesome. They are both so funny. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and would do it again if I had to go back!

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Re: Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby tsunagi » Mon Jul 05, 2010 1:04 am

The anti-BP moderators on this board can't change the fact that BP has so many satisfied customers!
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rcharles
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Re: Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby rcharles » Mon Jul 05, 2010 1:24 am

I can't help but notice that so many of the testimonials on here are sharing an improvement over diagnostic. This seems imminent with practice. A ten point increase is about par for the course no matter how you go about it, why not self study and save the $825? I guess the argument against would be that learners who do better under a directed and controlled study regimen as opposed to a self imposed one would benefit from this...

ftr diagnostic was high 140's. I ended up mid-160's. All self-study. I used LSAT proctor, Powerscore books, preptests and of course TLS.

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HiLine
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Re: Blueprint the movie - June 2010 results

Postby HiLine » Mon Jul 05, 2010 11:42 am

rcharles wrote: I guess the argument against would be that learners who do better under a directed and controlled study regimen as opposed to a self imposed one would benefit from this...



Which is pretty much the only reasons people need prep courses.




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