Re-take to get a scholly at least, even if you are dead set on going to one of those schools. With that LSAT, you're not going to get any scholarship money thrown your way. Going to one of those schools is insane for sticker price, as it will be difficult to get a job going there. I am an alum at one of those schools, and job prospects, particularly good paying jobs, are very difficult for new grads from both schools. I was lucky to have landed an in house counsel position right out of law school, but my experience is an exception, not the norm.
Although I can say most of my classmates are "employed", how you define "employed" is the question: some are with small to mid sized firms making 50k-90k; some are doing compliance/legal related (non-attorney) positions getting paid from 60k-80k; some are working with solos part time to get a foot in the door somewhere; and a handful are at big firms, as they have engineering/computer science degrees that helped get them in.
Please don't pay sticker for either one of these schools - you most certainly will, with that LSAT. It will severely effect your employment opportunities and outlook going forward. Even if your family is paying for your education, don't saddle them with 200k+ of debt when you only needed to raise your LSAT scor anywhere from 3-7 points, which would have only taken you about 3-6 months more of studying.