good point.... it would be better to ace the feb or june lsat and really show that 140 was an anamoly, rather than get a 142 and show that a 140 is truly reflective. i would say that if you do not significantly improve your practice test scores (under real, timed, conditions) then it might be better to hold off til next year.
i took a class and was scoring in the mid 150-s, until during the 2nd month of studying that it all started to click. especially with the games. my first practice test i only answered about 6 of the games section, while during the actual test i got 3 wrong for the games section. it all kinda just started to click....i am sure that will happen with you too if you give it time.
i also am applying to the rutgers and seton hall night program by the way, hehe.