Thanks, but I actually purchased those books, and used them. I also went through Kaplan as well as my host college LSAT training.
If you really have done everything you say you have and are still scoring 149, I don't think the LSAT, and thus law school, is for you. (This is of course not an attack on your intelligence, so please don't take it that way. Look up the story of the CEO of Spanx as living proof.)
But god damn it, do not go to some shitty law school in NYC and expect to make good money in literally the most difficult legal market in history in the most competitive city in the world for attorneys. Go do 5 minutes of research on these schools and save yourself 3 years of your life and 6 figures of non-discharageable debt.
You are not going to get a good job--and most likely won't get any law-related job--from these terrible schools.