I went through the cycle last year and was in the same boat--terribly low LSAT, high GPA from a top 10 public University. I thought I was totally screwed because of my LSAT and the fact that I'm not a minority...and I was. A lot of schools I applied to bluntly told me they had an LSAT cut-off, where the applicant must have at least a certain score. I think most schools had this, but didn't outwardly say so. But anyway, I applied to over 30 schools and got into a couple T4 schools that were garbage. Luckily, I got some of those "summer conditional program" offers and accepted the one at Saint Louis University. I just finished the program and should find out the result next week, but I feel confident about it. Anyway, my point is that you should retake the LSAT. No matter what. Study your ass off and retake the September/October one. Unless you're content with a T4 school, it's your only choice.