I am going to assume that is a 1992-1994 SE. I do have to say that does seam abit slow.
For starters, when was the last time a full tune-up was done? If you haven't done anything recently, I'd suggest some new NGK TR-55 plugs (.060" gap), plug wires, 180* t-stat, fuel filter, pcv valve, and run a can of Sea Foam or equivalant through with a tank of premium unleaded (not necessary, in fact you may lose performance from it like I did in my 1989 Lesabre which tended to perform best on 89-90 octane -91+ octane proved to be too much).
Also, if your car is a 1992-1994 with over 100,000 miles you may want to have the fuel pressure checked.
Another cheap way to restore lost power is to get a new throttle body gasket and a can of throttle body cleaner. I would be willing to bet your TB after the plate (even before it) is caked up with a black mass.
With all of the above done and given you have a good fuel pressure you should see a good bit of your lost power returned. If none of the above works you might want to have the catalytic convertor tested, but I'd save this for last.