Congrats on a strong GPA, however when thinking about how schools evaluate candidates and it really is a holistic process so all aspects of your candidacy will be evaluated from WE to GPA to GMAT, you get the picture. When you look at the Kellogg GMAT range you are on the lower end which poses a risk given that around 70% of admitted students will have scored higher than you. So this would pose a risk for you, balancing whether you feel you can score higher and have the time to given the upcoming deadlines I would recommend you consider re-taking the GMAT
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