154 is too low for Florida, Miami and Rutgers, I don't know much about the others. Feb is a bit late. You'd probably need to score around 157+ to be confident with that list. If you are counting on the retake score make sure you notify the schools and tell them to withold a decision until they get your score, otherwise they'll make their decision on the 154.
Another option is part time. I believe Seton Hall offers it, and I know at U. of Denver you'd probably be good to go for their PT program. Many people might not know a lot about PT, hopefully I can help. Basically it involves taking one less class per semester in your 1L year. In most cases, you'll be offered the chance to make up the classes over a summer term. Usually, I believe, you can take them at night while doing your summer clerkship during the day. Then you'll be automatically inserted into the FT program during your 2L year and graduate in 3 years with no problem. The words "part time" never show up on your diploma and no firms will care or even ask if you were PT in law school. Actually, PT has several big advantages. You can work while in school thus giving you many opportunities to make connections and have a job lined up when you graduate. Also, most schools allocate a proportionate amount of law review slots for part timers, so it's actually easier to make law review if you're PT.
I wish you all the best with whatever you decide.