You have to realize that because of “holistic” admissions, the reported ranges for SAT scores are skewed lower than they really are for students who are non URM, legacy, donor, or recruited athlete. For this reason, your scores need to be at or above 75% for that school, unless you have a hook or a spike.
That being said, a score substantially higher than a 1490 might help. But I think that it’s very tough to bring a score up from say a 1490 to a 1550. The incremental yield from extra prep/tutoring would be small, once you hit that range. So if you decide to do this, perhaps it would be best to work with an experienced professional SAT prep tutor for the next two weeks.
If it were me, I’d say that 1490 is good enough, and proceed with your applications.