I guess I'll play the serious card. You should take a few practice LSAT tests now and see how you fair. At that point, you should know which section you are strongest at and work on those sections. If you are really serious, start reading a lot (other than your text books) and get used to reading bland topics. I would recommend using Powerscore for Logical Reasoning and Games section. You can get the Powerscore book online at www.powerscore.com
and practice tests from Barnes and Noble, Borders, Daltons, or whatever bookstore is near you. You can also order it online on www.lsac.org
in the shopping section (it also sells more recent indivdualized tests in addition to the books). Other than that, reserch prep-classes and see what teaching method will benefit you most.