So you still have plenty of time. That is a good thing. Working, going to school and trying to get in studying is rough. I personally planned my semester around my LSAT studying, and cut my work hours from 40-45 down to 15.
Some deride Kaplan, but the course worked for me. You get in what you put in. My class was every weekend, 10-2 for four months. I went from a 153 to a 177 high, 173 on test day.
So what does this mean for you? It is not out of the realm of possibilities that you can improve to a 165 or higher. There is almost a formula to the many of the questions on the test. The actual question uses different words, but the structure remains the same If you practice (focus on the LR) you will improve. Spend a few weeks on mastering the concepts and getting comfortable before heading into timing yourself. Take a test every week starting a few months before the exam. Stay positive and you will be okay