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Schools only care about your highest score. However, when you reach 4+ takes, I think a brief addendum mentioning how you focused on preparing/wanted to reach your best score would be enough, the score shows your progress and, if substantial, the better. A higher score won't affect you negatively
But do take a hard look on factors that could be affecting your focus and sections/type of questions too. It won't be helpful to score the same, that just might show you are just taking the test because you can, and not show proper preparation to improve.
Best of luck, op, you got this!
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