Retake the LSAT. If you don't want to because you can't stand taking the test again, then don't do to law school. Other than the MPRE, the LSAT will be the easiest "test" while you are in law school. If you think the LSAT is bad, remember the Bar exam is far, far worse. It's like taking 6 LSATs back to back to back in 2-3 days, but you actually have to have the stuff memorized. And they still test you on the minor concepts, not just the broad concepts.
That being said, your chances are low but not impossible. I got into SMU fulltime with a 150 LSAT and 3.7 GPA. So anything is possible, but your chances would greatly exceed if you retook the LSAT (especially since most schools now take the higher LSAT and not the average).