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Choosing a Live Course Schedule

How do I choose a live schedule? How can I switch between live schedules?

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One of the first decisions you’ll have to make is which LSAT or MCAT course schedule to choose (but you can always change your mind later!). Some courses meet once a week, others meet twice a week, and many offer a mix. Although all of our courses cover the same great content, the schedule dictates the pace at which that content is covered.

A once a week class is a good fit for:

A twice a week class is a good fit for:

  • Students who need significant review

  • Students who are testing 4 or more months from when they start class

  • Students who are taking a full course load of classes or are working full time

  • Students who feel fairly confident in their content knowledge

  • Students who have a mostly free schedule to dedicate to their studies

  • Students who (for one reason or another) must test in 4 months or less

Please note, to qualify for the Blueprint course guarantee we do have attendance requirements for live sessions. Please visit for the full list of requirements.


Once a week course

Blueprint utilizes a flipped classroom model of instruction where you’ll be doing work outside of class before attending and using what you’ve learned in your pre-work to practice during class with experts. You can see a sample week below. In this example, note that it’s around 2 hours of work per day this week

Twice a week course

Some students may want to choose a class that operates on a more accelerated schedule that meets twice a week. These classes have more out of class work per week for you to be prepared for the work in class. You can see a sample schedule below. Notice that each day has more work (between 3 and 7 hours) due to the accelerated nature of the course schedule.

Switching courses

Whichever course you choose, it's easy to switch between live course selections and to register for make-up sessions.

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