I would say to wait a year and get some sort of substantive job in the interim. In regards to your questions about the games section, definately enroll in a class (I took TestMasters and believe it was the best money I ever spent). Games are all about setup and time management, and watching a 99th percentile instructor map out games and take you through them step-by-step makes all the difference in the world. I actually started off missing 6-8 questions in the games section, and aced the section on the actual LSAT (too bad I missed a combined 15 questions on the LR sections). So definately take some time to work and invest in a class. Just my .02, hope it helps a bit.