Is there a Tier 4 ABA accredited Law School that could accept me
If so, after reading my analysis, would I better off going to one of those schools, and trying to transfer to a better school after year 1; or re-take the LSAT?
Just want to know if there are other options towards achieving my goal prior to spending the time and money on this test.
I was not clear what your LSAT score ended up being, I am not sure what 40 out of 101 would get you. I am guessing in the 130's and that probably will not cut it at an ABA. You can checkout lawschoolnumbers.com to see what schools your GPA and LSAT will get you into it is a great site for 0L's. If a tier 4 does accept you and you want to be a lawyer then you should go. From your post it sounds like you are unsure of what to do and think law school might be cool. That is not a great reason and you should try working in a law firm first before spending 100K + and 3 years of your life on something you may not end up wanting to do. Tier 4's can and do workout for a lot of people, but you need to go for the right reasons.
I just took the LSAT yesterday. I am estimating a score in the 130's. It was a complete disaster.I actually have a medical disorder called IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), and it started acting up halfway through the test
You need at least a 150 and generally 153 to get into most tier 3-4 schools. I think only Cooley and Appalachian regularly accept LSAT scores under 150.