I know this may be super unhelpful given that it is rather anecdotal... but to give you some perspective, I was scoring about 5 points lower than what I ended up receiving on the September LSAT just a week before! I was really rather discouraged by my PTs but didn’t let it get to my head in hopes of test-day adrenaline being on my side. And it worked! I think this is underestimated but your mindset matters SO much on a test like the LSAT. Given that you CAN achieve a 167, you have the skills! You just need to make sure you can maintain that while timed and be in the RIGHT mindset when you’re writing the test. If that means taking a few days off, you should do that! Especially the day before the exam. I think burnout = discouragement and that’s the last thing you want near test day.
Any studying I did the day before the exam, I did not score to avoid feeling discouraged. Also, what I think really really helped me was doing a few questions from each section (one game, one RC passage, and 5 LR) the morning of/ 15-20 mins before the exam as a warm-up so my brain wasn’t wasting that time (I.e. going into analytical mode) during my first section! Of course, I did not score it.
I’m applying this year and this process has been so painful. If I can be of any help to someone, PM me!
I hope this is helpful anyhow