Thanks for posting. I do not recommend you take the GMAT test again. Your score is more than strong enough, admissions teams will not be focusing on areas such as your work experience and extracurriculars.
Do not be overly concerned about your IR score. From http://www.stacyblackman.com/2012/10/30 ... d-reviews/
"According to a recent poll of 265 business school admissions officers, early opinion of the GMAT’s newly introduced Integrated Reasoning (IR) section is decidedly mixed. As a new season of applicants prepares to submit the first set of applications with GMAT scores that include the IR section, Kaplan
Test Prep‘s 2012 survey reveals that more than half of MBA programs still aren’t sure how important IR scores will be in the evaluation process.
While 54% responded “undecided” to the question “How important will a student’s Integrated Reasoning score be in your evaluation of their overall performance on the GMAT?”, 22% say IR scores will be important, and 24% say IR scores will not be important."
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