Thanks for your posting.
The GMAT score and your academic record are combined to determine your academic abilities and potential - basically to see if you have the intellectual abilities to keep up and contribute to a demanding program. Combined, your scores and grades are more than adequate for you to be considered competitive at all T5 schools. Further, a few extra points on the GMAT is not going to help your candidacy.
What you need to do is start focusing on your applications and making sure that they are up to standards at all of these programs. Most successful candidates to these programs invest a significant amount of time, energy and resources to make their applications competitive. This is where your energies need to be placed at this time, especially since you want to submit all R1.
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