LSAT!!! Spending money on the Kaplan prep, only to take it cold turkey was NOT a good idea.
Also, try to raise your GPA if you can. I'm under the current impression that every bit counts (for both GPA and LSAT). If you're going to go to law school in such unfavorable conditions, you might as well make the best for yourself. The school you go to will affect where you work and how prestigious your resume will be for the rest of your life as a lawyer. Make the most of it!
Last but not least, I hated people who sucked up to professors during class, especially since my classes were all boring and huge. I didn't see any reason to get to know professors I didn't have high regard for in the first place. Unfortunately, I only had maybe 3 good professors over my 4.5 years and one of them was a TA (half my classes were taught by TAs somehow, even with one of the lowest student to faculty ratios in the country). It's probably a little late now to really get to know your profs (it's always alot better if your recommendation begins "In the 3 years I've known so and so..." rather than "In the half semester..." but having recommendations is still preferable to not having any at all.
Hope this helps and best of luck!
p.s. read Turow's One L and Wellen's Barman before you apply. You may decide it's not for you and now would be a good time to realize that. ^^