Ok I was sorta like in your situation, its not good but should not be seen as bad.
first, you shold listen to yourself, because deep downyou know what is betsfor you.
If I knew your financial situation, your brains, your averages on practice LSAT's I could advise you better.
Here was me --> GPA 3.1 in philosophy and LSAT score of 151.
2 months of goin crazy (8-12 hour studying) --> LSAT 161, GPA 3.3
My belief, if I would have taken a year off to study LSAT would be at 170 or higher.
My mama disagrees with me, but I did average a 169 on a pactice test before the exam. So, you never know!
Further, law school = hard work, lots of stress, little life -- if your young take time to explore and study.
Realistically you should aim for a 170, take a year off (chill/study) and go to a top ten school, and explain your GPA situation in the letter. Rushing blind is never good in law school .
70% of admissions are based on that test