I agree with Kavita's post above. One additional point I would like to make is that the majority of business schools you apply to will focus on your highest GMAT score. As opposed to other graduate programs which look at all of your test scores, on most business school applications the GMAT score is self-reported, so you will only write your highest score. If you do feel you can increase your score significantly, it won't hurt to take the test again.
However, as mentioned in earlier posts, your GMAT score is only one part of your application.
I hope this was of help.
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