I wouldn't recommend it. If you are going to take a year off, make good use of the time. Make yourself more interesting and attractive as an applicant. If you know what area of law you might like to go into, try getting an internship or a part-time job that will make you more familiar with that field. Then, when you write your NEW personal statement, you can cite those new experiences. The last thing you want is for an ad comm officer to realize that you applied with the same personal statement after taking a year off. (I realize there's a small chance something like that could happen, but you never know.) You want to show that even though your LSAT score was not that great, you have much to offer from your unique life experiences. Best of luck to you!