I don't think you need to retake the GMAT so long as your application is well written and error-free. B-schools are notorious for favoring applicants' quant scores over their verbal scores, so in your case, having nailed the quant, you will likely get a pass on not having a "balanced" score. Again, the key will be convincing the commitee you are an effective communicator, which will come out in your essays as well as in a personal interview. Your WE sounds good and your educational achievements should be impressive to the lofty types of schools in your target list, however, I would recommend you choose a couple of backup plans for your applications as well since your target schools are so selective. You wouldn't want to get left without an option if the application stats work against you. Very talented and worthy applicants get dinged every year for no good reason other than the schools only have so many seats. One edge you should have is being an international applicant with a U.S. education in your profile. This is a unique combination and will help differentiate you. Schools love students who can speak the language of business from the perspective of both the US and international markets.
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