Until you have an LSAT score down on paper it's all speculation at this point. Quite a few people who practice consistently above 170 don't deliver on test day (myself included). I wouldn't put too much stock in undergrad law courses. I breezed into an A in undergrad conlaw but only ended up with a B+ in Conlaw II in law school (which was approximately the same material as conlaw in undergrad). It really is a whole different ballgame in law school.
did taking the constit. law class you took, help you at all when you took it again in law school?
Quote did taking the constit. law class you took, help you at all when you took it again in law school? No, it didn't really help at all. The stuff I remembered was so superficial that it didn't matter at all. It's hard to explain exactly, but the approach was radically different even if the material was basically the same. Go ahead and take some pre-law classes if you find them interesting, but don't expect them to accurately reflect what you will experience in law school.