first of all, contrats about your perfect score.
You may not have achieved a "Perfect" score in Quant, but it is pretty good. I have a couple of questions:
- do you have good scores on quant disciplines in your courses?
- how were you going in quant on practice tests?
If you have strong indicatives that you could have scored much higher in quant on the test date, I surely would tell you to try once again. Otherwise, I would just start applying and see what happens. There was a guy here in this forum had done just the opposite: a strong score in quant but mere score in verbal. When he applied, he was dinged with the feedback saying that he should raise his V score and apply on the next round
I think he was accepted after his second application this year
Why don't you try?