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  • Insanely good video lessons that are head and shoulders above the competition
  • Engaging and dynamic learning modules that spoon feed you prep material
  • Rock solid curriculum with a smart structure that builds up to toughest concepts
  • Personalized study calendar that maps out your studies
  • Stellar live classes taught by LSAT experts
  • Among LSAT prep providers, Blueprint is on the pricier side
  • Wish their courses included more live class time (they are awesome!)

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Outline: Blueprint LSAT Prep Review

  • Blueprint LSAT Practice Tests
  • Blueprint LSAT Prep Books
  • Other LSAT Resources From Blueprint
  • Verdict: Blueprint LSAT Prep Course Review

Given that this is a long, robust review, we’ve included jump-to links above for your convenience.

Video Review: Is Blueprint LSAT Worth It?

In the video above, John from the Test Prep Insight team (our resident LSAT expert) covers everything you need to know about the Blueprint LSAT prep course. He discusses the two course formats, pricing, quality of the study materials, and much more. Alternatively, you can always continue reading for even more detail regarding Blueprint LSAT.

Our Rating Of Blueprint’s Lessons & Coursework

Blueprint makes it clear that one of their main goals is making LSAT prep fun, which they believe translates to an improved learning experience and better material retention.

After taking this course, I can say that while not exactly fun (I mean how can studying for the LSAT truly be fun?), it was definitely engaging and much more interesting than other LSAT courses we’ve reviewed (that includes Princeton Review and 7Sage).

For on demand, self-paced students (more on the live classes below), the lesson side of their coursework utilizes short video lessons followed by a quick assessment to make sure you are retaining what you just learned.

The video lessons are undoubtedly very high quality – the instructors appear on screen, and as they break down a concept or problem, various notes, graphics and cartoons appear around them.

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The video rolls through a series of dynamic notes, images and diagrams to accomplish the goal of getting a teaching point across. Combined with a handful of naturally funny instructors, it makes for a very engaging and interesting lesson.

Each quick hit video is followed by a quiz to make sure you were paying attention and understand the concepts discussed. That is how each lesson module is generally structured – interesting video lesson or two, quick hit assessment to make sure you’re on track, rinse, lather, repeat.

I found these assessments to be really valuable, and a unique feature that most other LSAT prep companies don’t utilize. The frequent and targeted quizzes result in higher retention (at least for me), and I found the overall structure highly effective.

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Following each lesson is a batch of homework, which includes drills and problem sets. Blueprint only utilizes official past LSAT questions in its study material, so the base content is extremely relevant and high quality – not that other test prep companies don’t do this as well (see LSATMax).

But what is particularly cool about the Blueprint course is the manner in which they deliver the homework and the video explanations that accompany most problems.

Homework problems are presented in a very clean, dynamic format, where you can eliminate wrong answers (graying them out) and get hints. These hints are almost like lifelines from the old show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? – you can flip a coin to eliminate an answer choice, get a tip from a guru, or see how other students answer the question.

These hints make for a very cool feature that I utilized over and over again, especially on tougher problems. Additionally, the homework actually adapts to your skill level as you progress, making it easier to work your way up to the harder concepts.

Following each problem is a detailed breakdown and explanation of the problem. There is usually either a video or audio explanation of the problem, highlights of the problem setup, and a detailed written explanation about why each answer choice is right or wrong.

This was one of my favorite features of Blueprint’s course compared to other LSAT prep coursesthe level of detail they provide for each problem and the manner in which it’s presented.

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In addition to the video lessons and accompanying homework within each course segment, Blueprint also offers customizable practice problem sets.

You can choose the quantity of problems, difficulty level, and even sub-types of problems you want to focus on, and they whip up a nice batch of problems to work. And you get the same level of detail explaining each problem with the practice sets as you do with the homework.

My one and only gripe with respect to Blueprint’s content would be that you almost get bogged down in too much detail when working problems at times. The Blueprint coursework is so structured that you have to see the detailed problem explanations after every single problem is answered.

This can slow your roll when you just want to groove through some practice problems. I love the detail that accompanies each problem (as mentioned it’s one of my favorite features), but I’d almost rather have a choice of when to see it, like at the end of a ten-question run, giving you the option to go back and review certain problems.

But apart from that small complaint, I was super impressed with the quality of the video lessons, the detail and presentation of the practice problems, and the overall structure of the coursework.

Blueprint LSAT Pricing & Course Options

The Blueprint LSAT course options range widely in price from around $330/month for their basic Self-Paced package and $1,600 for their Live Course with classes, up to the (insane) price tag of $5,000+ for some VIP, champagne room style package with private tutoring.

Recently, the company also introduced their new 170+ course, which as its name implies comes with a 170 score guarantee. This course includes over 70 hours of live instruction and costs north of $2,000.

In our team’s opinion, the Blueprint Self-Paced Course and Live Online Course are both reasonably priced, and are right on par with other top tier prep courses like Princeton Review and Kaplan.

The private tutoring course packages are also fairly reasonably priced, though do touch some expensive price points for the larger packages.

Course options and pricing current as of date of publication.

Blueprint LSAT Practice Tests

Similar to other LSAT test prep companies, Blueprint relies on past LSAT exams for their practice tests. They accomplish this through a subscription to LSAC’s LSAT Prep Plus program – opening the door to every LSAT administered since 1991.

This means that you will get access to 90+ real LSATs.

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In terms of quality and relevance of practice tests, practicing on official exams obviously provides unparalleled preparation.

While this is pretty much the standard now in the world of LSAT prep, Blueprint also offers detailed score reports on each exam you take.

Following your test, Blueprint will give you a detailed analysis of where you performed well, and where you need work. I found these score reports extremely valuable and well designed.

Digital Platform & User Experience

The user experience is where Blueprint really makes its money, and one of the many reasons why it ranks so highly on our list of best LSAT prep courses. While the hard copy books are okay (more detail below), I love, love, love the Blueprint LSAT online interface.

The dashboard is simple, but very professional and sleek. The banner at the top of your screen directs to your lessons and homework, practice problem sets, exams, study schedule or resources. It is intuitive and incredibly user friendly.

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Within the individual sections, the transitions between problems, videos and other elements of each module are seamless and smooth. The actual onscreen interface is aesthetically pleasing, with a mixture of video, text boxes, color, and graphics.

I had no issues with buffering, lag or other negative effects that sometimes accompany online courses. When packaged up with the quality of the actual content, the experience was fantastic and offered perhaps the most user-friendly experience of any LSAT prep course.

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The Blueprint LSAT Prep Books

Accompanying your access to the online content, Blueprint will ship you a package full of hard copy textbooks. These books supplement and track with their overarching course curriculum, and contain lesson notes, practice problems and drills.

My personal opinion is that the books are solid, but can’t really stand up to the quality of the online content. Yes, they are thorough, thoughtfully written, and provide excellent study material. Yes, I like hard copy books that I can take notes in and dog-ear. Yes, I like repeating sentence structures.

But in all honesty, despite that these books are good resources, they have nothing on the video content and the manner in which you can work practice problems digitally. Nothing against these books, but they just kind of take a backseat to Blueprint’s supreme digital study material.

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Blueprint LSAT Live Classes

If you’re the type of student that does better in a live class setting and needs the community of group study, Blueprint offers a Live Online course that meets virtually. This course option offers students 36 hours of live class sessions with a top flight instructor, along with 4 proctored exams.

There is always a generous slate of classes to choose from, meeting on different days and for different lengths to fit most students’ schedules. The classes generally run for anywhere from 6 to 14 weeks, depending on whether you meet once or twice per week, holidays and other factors.

The hard copy prep books serve as the core component of the class curriculum. You follow the lesson and take notes in the book, work practice problems and drills, and otherwise make the most of Blueprint’s written content.

In addition, I would just note that every Blueprint instructor is an LSAT master, having scored in the 98th percentile or better and has undergone 100+ hours of instructor training with Blueprint.

I actually took the Live Online course over the self-paced version and generally really liked it. My overall impression is that the classroom experience was extremely helpful, but not strictly necessary to success in your LSAT studies – mostly as a result of the great interactive lessons, practice problems and other online content Blueprint offers.

I think the takeaway is that if you’re the type of student that needs structure in your studies, learns best in a group setting with a live instructor, or just plain needs to be held accountable, I would recommend opting for the Live Online course option.

My instructor was a seriously funny guy and made otherwise dry subjects interesting and digestible.

He did a great job breaking down the more complex concepts and problems into understandable bits of information, all while keeping things pretty light. He also was pretty open about talking about law schools, career goals in the law, and any other questions students threw at him.

Other Included Study Resources

While some test prep companies are light on the resources outside of the core coursework, Blueprint boasts an impressive set of supplementary materials.

One cool resource available to all students is the simulated proctored exams, which are accompanied by automated scoring and problem explanations. The simulated proctor feature is particularly helpful when trying to replicate exam-like conditions.

One of their other more important resources is the near daily live online review sessions. These 2-hour reviews serve as a sort of office hours with a Blueprint instructor. The instructor focuses in on a certain concept and dives into the weeds, explaining the finer points and working practice problems.

While I found this to be a cool feature, the review sessions jump from topic-to-topic each day, and many were not worth my time (either because I didn’t need further work on the matter or wasn’t to that part of the coursework yet).

Also, more often than not I was dead tired from watching video lessons and working through hundreds of problems to pay attention to a 2-hour live stream at the end of the day. That said, many students will get value out of these and they were insightful.

Another great resource is the personalized study plan. Blueprint gives each student a calendar with a suggested study schedule to get through all of their material before the big day of the exam.

You can drag, drop and move suggested study milestones however you like based on your personal schedule. Students who need a structured schedule or like to track their progress will really enjoy this feature.

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Finally, Blueprint’s Law School Compass is a neat feature worth mentioning, but doesn’t have any real impact or value in terms of your LSAT prep. It helps you gauge what score you need to get on the LSAT in order to get into your dream schools, which is pretty cool, but nothing I couldn’t live without.

Blueprint’s Private LSAT Tutoring

As mentioned in the pricing section of this review, Blueprint’s tutoring packages seem outrageously expensive, starting at around $2,300 and going up to $10,000! That said, when you break down the actual cost of tutoring per hour, it isn’t that bad.

It’s not quite as affordable as other test prep companies, like Magoosh and LSAT Lab, but 10 supplementary hours of 1-on-1 private tutoring will cost you in the ballpark of $230/hour.

The saving grace here is the quality of the tutoring. The Blueprint LSAT instructors are top tier, both with respect to LSAT mastery and communication skills.

In fact, it’s that combination of tutor quality with value pricing that lands Blueprint the #1 spot on our best LSAT tutors list. You know you would be getting your money’s worth with these guys. But I would not start by buying up that $9,000 course.

Access Period For Blueprint LSAT Content

While you have access to the Live Online materials for the duration of the course, the content will deactivate 3 days after your scheduled LSAT administration date.

On the other hand, Self-Paced plans will remain accessible for the duration of your subscription, and will continue until the end of your paid period. Monthly plans remain active for each paid 30-day period.

A somewhat cool thing about Blueprint is that they recognize that sometimes you might find yourself in a situation where you are unable to move forward.

In that case, they have an option where you can cancel your Blueprint LSAT online course and they will save your progress for 12 months, allowing you to reactivate (for the usual access fee), renew, and pick up right where you left off.

Is There A Blueprint Mobile App?

While the course is mobile friendly and can be easily accessed by logging into your phone or tablet, currently there is not an app for your phone or tablet.

Is There A Score Increase Guarantee?

The Self-Paced course does not come with a score increase guarantee.

For first time Blueprint Live Online students, there is a score increase guarantee. To qualify, you must take a practice test before your first lesson and submit a screen shot of your score report.

Be aware that if this isn’t done before your first lesson, you will not be eligible for this money back guarantee. You then must attend schedule classes, take proctored exams, and complete most homework.

Lastly, as I mentioned earlier in this review, Blueprint also offers their 170+ course, which guarantees students a minimum score of 170 on the LSAT. Like the Live Course, there is some fine print behind this guarantee that you’ll want to confirm before enrolling.,

What Is The Refund Policy?

Blueprint LSAT courses are refundable and each course has a different refund policy. For the Live Online course, you need to request your refund no later than the day after Lesson 2 and you cannot have accessed online content beyond Lesson 2.

For both of these courses, Blueprint will provide shipping labels for the return of course books. Once course books (in excellent condition) are returned, the refund will be issued, minus a $100 administrative fee.

The Blueprint Self-Paced courses may also be cancelled, but decide quickly, as these orders must be cancelled within 24 hours for a refund.

Verdict: Blueprint LSAT Prep Course Review

In my opinion, the Blueprint LSAT prep course is all about online content. The video lessons are interactive, undeniably engaging, and all around effective. Blueprint strives for their lessons to be fun, and while I won’t go as far as to say I had fun studying, their lessons were way more interesting and held my attention much better than other prep courses we’ve reviewed.

The quality of the online content, the awesome user experience, and some top flight instructors make for a great digital package.

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The hard copy prep books are also solid, but generally unremarkable (particularly standing next to the Blueprint online content). Whether to opt for the live online experience with classes will depend on the type of student you are, and if you need that structure, I would endorse the Blueprint class. I really enjoyed my live online class experience.

At a reasonable price point and with extremely high quality coursework, there is a reason Blueprint ranks high on our list of best LSAT prep courses.

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Is blueprint worth it for LSAT? ›

The user experience is where Blueprint really makes its money, and one of the many reasons why it ranks so highly on our list of best LSAT prep courses. While the hard copy books are okay (more detail below), I love, love, love the Blueprint LSAT online interface.

How much does blueprint raise LSAT average score? ›

* Blueprint students in this study cohort raised their LSAT score by 15 points on average. The score increase study was conducted in the spring of 2022 and included all qualifying students in Blueprint Live Course held from July-September 2021.

Is Blueprint LSAT prep legit? ›

Blueprint makes extremely dry and challenging topics more approachable and fun. The comprehensive online videos, in addition to the classroom experience, gives very well rounded explanations of each and every topic. I would recommend Blueprint to anyone, it is the Vegas of LSAT Prep.”

Is blueprint or 7Sage better? ›

At the end of the day, there is a reason why Blueprint costs more than 7Sage. Blueprint simply offers the better all-around LSAT prep course, with a deeper curriculum and higher quality set of video-based lessons.

Are blueprint practice tests harder? ›

Blueprint Practice Tests

Previously known as NextStep, Blueprint full length practice tests are also harder than the real MCAT, although not as hard as some of the other practice tests. Notably, many test takers say that Blueprint is the closest thing to the real MCAT after the AAMC practice tests.

Is Kaplan or blueprint better? ›

LSAT Prep Books – Blueprint and Princeton both provide excellent hard copy textbooks that compliment and track their course lessons. However, our team found that Kaplan's books outperform Blueprint with their proven strategies, practice questions and drills for each of their 6 major core sessions.

Is blueprint or Princeton Review better? ›

Blueprint offers 15 full-length practice exams, while Princeton offers 16. Both do a great job of replicating the real MCAT questions in content, length and difficulty. For our team, however, Blueprint stood out with its advanced test scoring analytics. Slight edge – Blueprint.

What was Obama's LSAT score? ›

The easiest to predict, by far, is President Barack Obama's score, mostly because we have some data. Based on admissions records, we can deduce — somewhat reliably — that Barry-O scored between the 94th-98th percentile on his LSAT. Using today's grading system, that'd place him somewhere around a 170.

Is Blueprint worth it? ›

Blueprint does an excellent job replicating real MCAT questions in terms of question length, difficulty, and content. With respect to quantity, you will get access to 15 full-length practice exams. This is a very respectable figure and bested only by Gold Standard MCAT Prep's 20 practice tests.

Is 7Sage good for LSAT prep? ›

7Sage is good at what it aims to do: be an affordable self-study product. 7Sage offers a free account with limited access to their course so you can gauge the program for yourself. Here's my take. If you're looking for a self-study program you can complete at your own pace, 7Sage offers the best possible value.

Do you need prep plus for 7Sage? ›

Can I purchase a 7Sage course without ever purchasing Prep Plus? No. 7Sage courses require an active LSAC Prep Plus subscription.

Is 7Sage free? ›

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Can I increase my LSAT score by 20 points? ›

The Short Answer Is

Ultimately, most people improve by 10-20 points or more, but there are outliers who will improve by a lot more (and also, unfortunately, by a lot less). This is not to say that a target score that is 30+ points higher than your current range is utterly unrealistic: it's just exceptionally ambitious.

Can I get into law school with a 149 LSAT? ›

The LSAT is the best predictor before law school as to whether a student will pass or fail the bar exam.
Law School Enrollment.
Risk BandLSAT
High Risk147-14933 - 40.3
Very High Risk145-14626.1 - 29.5
Extreme Risk120-144≤ 22.9
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Will a high LSAT make up for a low GPA? ›

A strong LSAT score can compensate for a low GPA, so it is well worth the investment of time and effort it takes to do well. Many competitive law schools screen applicants using a weighted index of their grades and LSAT scores, so extra points on the LSAT may effectively boost your GPA.

How accurate are blueprint exams? ›

You can expect your score on a Blueprint exam to be just a couple points lower than on the real thing. The array of content tested on these exams is fairly similar to the real MCAT, and the difficult level is also quite similar.

How much harder is blueprint than AAMC? ›

C/P: Blueprint physics has longer passages, is more calculation heavy, and has harder equations, making C/P harder than AAMC.

How many blueprint exams should I take? ›

We recommend taking at at least the first four Blueprint exams as Full Length exams along with the AAMC exams. If you have already worked through some of the AAMC exams, plan on doing more Blueprint Full Length exams.

Is Kaplan better than BPP? ›

Bpp books contain more theory , way more theory then kaplan. Language of BPP is more technical then Kaplan . Practical examples are often very lenghty and more complicated then in Kaplan. Kaplan books are written in a bit simplier language, many heavy theoretical bits are ommitted.

When did next step become blueprint? ›

2020. Next Step is rebranded as Blueprint MCAT. We launched our new website and our new MCAT course. Students rejoice, as studying for the MCAT can now be personalized, engaging, and fun.

How long is the blueprint course? ›

This course can be completed in 2-6 months. The world's best MCAT instructors (99th percentile MCAT scorers) Customizable Study Planner tool. 160 Learning Modules integrating content videos, strategy, quizzes and assessments.

Which AAMC test is most accurate? ›

The AAMC's official Full-Length (fl) exams are the practice exams that are the most representative of the real exam.

Should I do Princeton Review or Kaplan? ›

As mentioned, both Kaplan and Princeton Review each have extremely thorough and well-developed curriculums that cover every aspect of the MCAT. In terms of differences, Kaplan offers super high-quality video-based instruction, while the delivery of Princeton Review's video lessons isn't quite as good.

Is Princeton Review harder than the actual test? ›

Generally, yes, they are harder. Also, sometimes there are two correct answers to Princeton Review SAT tests. So, yes, in some cases, it's harder. Sometimes there are mistakes in questions.

What is Kim Kardashian LSAT score? ›

In a clip from the show, Kim revealed to sisters Khloé and Kourtney that she failed the important test. In order to pass, Kim needed a score of 560. She scored 474.

What is the lowest LSAT score accepted by Harvard? ›

As you can see from these numbers, an LSAT score of 170 or higher and a GPA above 3.75 will give you a chance of gaining admission to Harvard Law School. If you have a GPA of 3.94 or higher and above a 175, you are pretty much a lock for admission, particularly given the class size of ~560.

What was Antonin Scalia's LSAT score? ›

Admissions Statistics
Total Offers618631
Acceptance Rate20.85%25.91%
LSAT Score Median164163
LSAT Score Low158157
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How much slower is blueprint? ›

They're slower during runtime. As mentioned by Epic, Blueprint code runs about 10x slower than C++, but actual performance varies based on what kind of code you're running. For many cases you won't notice any difference, but if you decide to iterate over a thousand elements, then you'll notice a big performance hit.

Is blueprint scripted? ›

The Blueprint Visual Scripting system in Unreal Engine is a complete gameplay scripting system based on the concept of using a node-based interface to create gameplay elements from within Unreal Editor. As with many common scripting languages, it is used to define object-oriented (OO) classes or objects in the engine.

Is blueprint reading hard? ›

Blueprint reading is not terribly difficult but it does require practice and some basic knowledge of blueprints. This online blueprint reading course is designed to provide you with foundational knowledge and hands-on practice so you can confidently discuss plans on the job.

Are blueprint exams worth it? ›

Blueprint does an excellent job replicating real MCAT questions in terms of question length, difficulty, and content. With respect to quantity, you will get access to 15 full-length practice exams. This is a very respectable figure and bested only by Gold Standard MCAT Prep's 20 practice tests.

How much do Blueprint LSAT instructors make? ›

Average Blueprint Test Preparation Instructor hourly pay in the United States is approximately $59.42, which is 197% above the national average.

Are blueprint exams accurate? ›

How accurate are Blueprint/ Next Step MCAT exams? Blueprint offers up to 10 practice exams on a paid basis. These exams are fairly accurate, and probably more representative than either Kaplan or Princeton Review.

What are the advantages of a test blueprint? ›

Creating a test blueprint will help you plan which questions to include in your exam and ensure that it adequately assesses the learning objectives of the course. A test blueprint defines the knowledge and skills you want to assess and will enable you to build purpose-driven, successful assessments.

Is blueprint better than Princeton Review? ›

Blueprint offers 15 full-length practice exams, while Princeton offers 16. Both do a great job of replicating the real MCAT questions in content, length and difficulty. For our team, however, Blueprint stood out with its advanced test scoring analytics. Slight edge – Blueprint.

Is 2 weeks enough to study for LSAT? ›

For most students, a three-month period of preparation (of approximately 20 hours per week) is a great goal. This is, of course, an estimate; most students are not all students. To find out how much LSAT prep time you're likely to need, we recommend taking a practice LSAT to get a baseline score.

Can I get into law school with a 147 LSAT? ›

How low is too low? Quite frankly, if your LSAT score is below 147, it will be difficult to be admitted to an accredited law school, not impossible but very difficult. Your GPA will have to do some heavy lifting. If your LSAT score is 150 or above, your chances increase if you choose prospective law schools wisely.

What LSAT score will get you a full ride? ›

You can also improve your LSAT scores to increase your odds of getting a scholarship. Students with an LSAT score close to 170 have a great chance of earning a scholarship for law school. Some other ways to increase the odds of getting a scholarship for law school are listed below.

What is the hardest exam to crack? ›

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How accurate is Pearson mock test? ›

Under optimum conditions, online PTE mock tests can be close to the original one in terms of voice recording quality. On the other hand, a real PTE test is off-line which means none of the above mentioned scenarios will ever happen during your test.

Is blueprint easier than MCAT? ›

Blueprint practice exams are harder than the AAMC MCAT prep. Usually, students' score on the Blueprint is five to seven points lower than their actual MCAT score.

Which test plan is most important? ›

Perhaps the most important part of a test plan is the definition of resources needed. Resources can be seen as human (such as the people involved in the test) and technical (such as test environments, test tools and test data).

What is the main purpose of a blueprint? ›

What Is a Blueprint? A blueprint is a two-dimensional set of drawings that provides a detailed visual representation of how an architect wants a building to look. Blueprints typically specify a building's dimensions, construction materials, and the exact placement of all its components.


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