I graduated with a 3.3 gpa from a cal state and a 164 lsat and didnt get into either of those schools. However, they do take age into consideration, and years out in the real world might work in strongly work in your favor. If I were you, I would apply anyway. Have you considered retaking the LSATs?
Also, as someone who did get into a first tier school. I would strong advise against going to a school that isnt first or second tier. (Even the second tier bit might be bad advice.) There are tons of pizza delivery guys with law degrees who cant pay their bills because of massive student loan debt. These schools inflate their job statistics to an alarming degree. I went to University of Colorado Law and although the statistic was something like "80% had jobs that with a mean salary of 70,000" It is total bs. Less than 10% of us had firm or government attorney jobs at graduation. However they count stuff like intermittent contract work as "employment." Contract work is typically an assignment for a month or two where they pay you $20 and hour and treat you like *&^%, then when they are done with you they spit you out. I on the other hand, got a job in customer service, making $12/hour, that too was counted as "employment" at CU. Many others I know are making $40,000 - $45,000 per year working in private business as real estate processors and the like. Some of my classmates have even gone on welfare. These people have student loan debt ranging from $60,000 -$120,000. Their monthly income after taxes is around 3,300 and their monthly loan payments are $500 -$1,000 per month. The best part is that they will be paying this amount for 10+ years. This is the reality of the law school situation. Things have changed A LOT in the past three years. If you want a real perspective, you need to talk to individuals who have graduated during the past three years. I strongly advise you to talk to one of these individuals and get a good feel for the job market before you risk you life like this.