Don't limit yourself to choices until you get an LSAT score. Going to a low ranked school with a scholarship and free rent can make sense if you do poorly in the LSAT (150s or less). But if you do decent (160s) or well (170s) you will have so many better options.
Wait till you get an LSAT score, then start thinking which school to attend.
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