I'd recommend taking an untimed practice test first, just to determine where your strengths and weaknesses are and go from there. After two weeks, take a timed practice test to see how you respond to those constraints and find any new weaknesses.
I found that a lot of the theory behind logical reasoning also applies to the logic games and vice versa, so I found it very beneficial to concentrate on training myself to think logically. The games came easily first for me, and the LR followed. Other people will have different strengths, so I think it's best to do a diagnostic.
I took the February 2010 LSAT while working full time. I was also in school part time last fall (which is why I didn't opt for the December 2009 exam!), so I definitely understand the time crunch. I think you have a good study schedule laid out for yourself. Spend the week learning the test, and spend the weekends taking a practice and going over the answers. Slow and steady wins the race.