Win an LSAT Prep Course from Blueprint!

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Our friends at Blueprint LSAT prep are having a video contest on their Facebook page and the winner will get a free LSAT prep course.

Here’s the scoop: Users can submit a video no longer than 2 minutes in length that uses the phrases or representations of “LSAT,” “egg,” and “Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.” It can be a music video, a confessional video diary, anything. Creativity is highly encouraged. (Here’s what last year’s winner put together.)

Videos will be accepted and voted on until March 15. The winning videos will be decided by Blueprint principals and announced on March 19.

The grand prize winner will receive a free Blueprint LSAT prep course, second place will win a $400 voucher for a Blueprint course, and third place will earn a Blueprint t-shirt, keychain and letter of recognition. The complete rules and details are on the contest page.

Visit the contest page on Facebook to enter or get more details.

If you enter, please come back and comment here!!

3 thoughts on “Win an LSAT Prep Course from Blueprint!

  1. Ann,

    I just finished reading The Law School Decision Game: A Playbook for Prospective Lawyers, and let me just say that it was amazing. I devoured it over the weekend. It really opened my eyes!

    I was wondering if you could touch on something for me. You put a warning at the end of the chapter where you broke out the different law specialties that said that if nothing in the chapter excited you, you probably want to go to law school for the wrong reasons. Well… nothing in the chapter excited me! I’m now really conflicted since you made it clear that this is a definite warning sign. However, I’m a student of Japanese and am wanting to do something related with international law or with clients speaking foreign languages. You didn’t really hit on international law in the chapter. Is there not a market for it out there, or did you not include it because it isn’t substantial? I’m hoping that speaking Japanese would open doors for me… Thank you so much in advance!

    Matt

  2. Didn’t realize this had posted when I submitted my comment on your other blog post. Thanks for responding so quickly!

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