MUCH WILL BE ASKED,
Your question is not as easily answered as some posters make it seem. Remember that you asked the question in a forum full of people who would give their first-born for a few-point jump in LSAT score. My advice is to get rid of the second business major (finance, I assume). The fact is: it's not going to help you improve your LSAT score, and won't give you anything valuable for law school. Undergrad business programs don't train you to think logically, nor do they train you to write well. If you really want a double-major, do philosophy or physics; these are two of the highest-scoring majors on the LSAT. You'll end up with a double major, better prepared for law school, and may find yourself better-prepared for your next LSAT attempt.