Thanks for sharing your profile! Very impressive undergrad record
I'd say that the combination of your work experience being only about 2 years at the time of application and having a low quant score, you may face some issues at top schools. I think that since you have time, you should go ahead and retake the GMAT and really drill that quant and see how you do. If you don't score well on attempt 3, you can either adjust your expectations on schools, or give yourself a little more time and reapply after gaining more work experience. I don't think an online math course in this case is going to be the answer - I think you want to get a 700+ score so that your only weakness is that you don't have as much work experience as others. Keep in mind though, this is a big difference and could still keep a top school from accepting you. 2 years of experience does not afford as much leadership/team experience as 3 or 4, so your professional experience just may not be rich enough for them. But that's not something you can control (unless you wait) - your GMAT is, so I would go for it.
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