This! I'm also pretty sure that schools don't even have access to that information, so they wouldn't know whether or not you had accomodations in the first place.
Really hoping I don't have to see any ableism regarding LSAT accomodations on this forum from future lawyers and/or practising lawyers 🙃 ...
I agree you're going to need to pick up that LSAT score at least to the 150's or higher. I wouldn't say it's impossible but it's definitely very unlikely even with a compelling PS and decent GPAs.
You're basically coming to a black tie event with cargo shorts and flip flops. Maybe they'll let you in but you've already shown them that you're not ready.