To prepare for the LSAT, students complete homework question sets through the Blueprint student portal. Hardin has built a new Questions web application that presents students with these homework sets within the portal, instead of students needing to fill out their answers on paper and then manually enter the responses to be graded. The interface has several features built into it to help students in studying, including hints and timers to make sure they’re staying on track answering questions. The biggest advantage is that they’ll receive instantaneous feedback to their responses, along with additional feedback from Blueprint about what to look for (like keywords or phrases) when answering similar questions on the exam.
Additionally, we worked with Blueprint LSAT to create an administration application for some of their most common tasks such as course/class management, facilities management, enrollment, personnel management, reporting, event and promotions management, as well as many other common utilities.
Furthermore, we provided Blueprint LSAT an upgrade to their current instructor site so it had more progressive technologies, implemented their shared API, used a unified branding, and included a ton more functionality their instructors were calling for. The site allow instructors to track the courses that they are teaching, see detailed reporting on their and their students’ performance, review the lesson materials and schedules, as well as schedule and track their tutoring activities.