What specific information would be needed to better evaluate my chances? I am more than willing to provide them given they're not too intrusive. I appreciate your honesty! Thank you!
Which law schools are you interested in applying to?Have you only taken the LSAT once and only have 158 on your LSAC record?When are you planning to apply and subsequently start law school?How much time did you spend preparing before taking the December test and how did you prepare?Since most, but not all, law schools now focus on the highest reported LSAT score rather than average score when evaluating applications from people with multiple reported scores, if you can score significantly higher than 158 on a future administration you should re-take the test. Of course the decision depends in large part on the admission numbers ranges of the schools you are aiming for since your current numbers qualify you for admission to many lower ranked schools, so knowing the admission statistics of your target schools is critical to your question.