I say review, review, review (obviously spending more of your time on your weak sections). Then take more than one practice test under timed conditions. I took one timed practice test with only 4 sections (the LSAT will have five; one will not count in the score), scored a 168, and decided I was ready. When I took the test, I was completely exhausted after 4 sections, and I lost the ability to focus my reading by section 5.
I got my results and found that I only missed 2 questions on my the first two scored sections, but I missed 21 questions on the last two scored sections. The final score was a 165, certainly acceptable, but imagine what some "strength training" might have done. I may do more practice & retest.
P.S. On my test the 2nd section was the unscored part. (2 and 5 were both "logic" questions--the games).