Blueprint LSAT Prep Students Achieve Astonishing Average Practice Exam Increases of 11 Points

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In its fourth score increase study, Blueprint spring 2017 LSAT students achieve an average practice exam score increase of 11 points.

Blueprint conducts its score increase study every three years. In 2008, Blueprint students averaged a 10-point practice exam increase. In 2011 and 2014, the average was 11 points.

Blueprint LSAT Preparation, the nation’s largest boutique LSAT company, has announced the results from its most recent score increase study. Once again, Blueprint students improved their LSAT practice test scores by an average of eleven (11) points. To celebrate these astonishing results, anyone who enrolls in a Blueprint classroom or online prep class before October 15th, 2017 will receive an 11% discount with the coupon code PLUS11.

Blueprint’s score increase study was conducted in the spring of 2017. The average score increase was calculated from students’ first practice exam to their best practice exam score. It included all qualifying students (first time Blueprint students in classroom courses who took all six practice tests) in Blueprint classes across the country.

The LSAT is scored from a 120 (lowest) to a 180 (highest). Because LSAT scores are equated (essentially curved), eleven points on the LSAT translates to a large percentage increase. For instance, a score increase from a 150 to a 161 on the exam can move a test taker from the 44th to the 83rd percentile.

In addition to the eleven-point overall increase, Blueprint students obtained the following results:

  •     89% of students increased their LSAT practice test score by 5 or more points.
  •     57% of students increased their LSAT practice test score by 10 or more points.
  •     23% of students increased their LSAT practice test score by 15 or more points.
  •     12% of students scored a 170 or higher on a practice exam.

Blueprint conducts its score increase study every three years. In 2008, Blueprint students averaged a 10-point practice exam increase. In 2011 and 2014, the average was 11 points. Blueprint founder Jodi Teti commented: “To be able to demonstrate an average of double-digit increases four times in a row is astounding. It shows that our students’ practice exam score increases are not an accident but rather the culmination of a great curriculum and excellent instruction.”

In order to redeem the 11% discount, students may sign up for a course online with the code PLUS11, or call the Blueprint office at 1-888-4-BP-PREP.

Follow this link to see the full results of the Blueprint’s score increase study: http://blueprintlsat.com/lsat/score-increases/

Details of the Study:
The score increase study was conducted in the spring of 2017 and included all qualifying students in Blueprint classroom courses across the country, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Houston, Miami, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle, Austin and Berkeley.

To qualify for the study, students had to take all six proctored practice tests given in the course. The study excluded self-study students who did not attend a live class. Repeat students were also excluded.
The score increase was calculated from students’ first practice exam to their best score. Using the first to last practice exam convention, the average score increase was eight (8) points. The score increase data was calculated by the accounting firm of BPE&H using test results taken directly from the Blueprint database.

About Blueprint Test Preparation:
Founded in 2005 by Trent Teti, Matt Riley, and Jodi Teti, Blueprint is the largest boutique LSAT company in the world. It is also one of the few LSAT companies that publishes practice exam study results. Blueprint’s classroom courses feature 112 hours of instruction and six proctored exams. Blueprint: The Movie 2.0 is the world’s first HD, fully animated online LSAT course. Taught by Blueprint founders Matt Riley and Trent Teti, it follows the same curriculum as the classroom course.

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