Honest effort? Would you consider paying $1400 for a class and tutor while working two jobs and maintaining my 3.8 gpa an honest effort? And don't you think that my gpa reflects the determination and hardwork it takes to succeed in law school? Considering that I came to this country at 10, I think I'm in good shape. But thanks for your insightful comment.
Your thread title ("Please help!") is inaccurate. You don't want help; you want an assessment of your current chances at admission. Help is what the posters here have been giving you, namely good advice.
Specifically related to the above post: LSAC has now calculated your LSAC GPA; maintaining it is of minor concern if it means an LSAT boost. I'm also not sure why you assume a class/tutor would be necessary for a successful retake. Did you do extensive prep-work before the first LSAT with the Powerscore Bibles or similar books? If not, I have no idea why you're so convinced a retake would not help you, unless the prospect of studying for the LSAT again is just that distasteful.