I don't think you need to take the GMAT again for a higher AWA score, even for the top programs. Your overall score is high, and you have a good percentile score in both the Verbal and Math sections. AWA scores are a way to measure how well a candidate communicates in written English, and a 5.0 score is strong enough.
I would advise to put your GMAT books aside and focus on ensuring a well-rounded profile with professional and extracurricular activities, and develop a package with essays, resumes and letters that leave no doubt of your communication skills.
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