Thanks for getting back so quick Adam! I am currently hiding from in-laws and I understand how a break from the family can be needed!
Overall I got a 149. Not the score I need to get into BYU or the U of U but I have some time to work on it. This test was the first time I didn't have a feeling afterwards indicating how I did. On each of my practice tests before I had felt good about it and done bad, or felt bad about it and done well. It felt like there were a lot more Point of Disagreement questions than usual in the LR sections which I enjoyed because they are one of my strengths. Reviewing the test I found a number of LR questions I got wrong and still cannot figure out why. During my months of study I started at 148 on my first PT and it fluctuated from 141 to 149. I was completing about 75% of the test with 85% accuracy. Then the third week before the test I began testing untimed (with my ADHD the timing element is obviously a struggle) and got up between 165 to 167. These were the first opportunities I had to go through and answer each question on the test. It helped me realize which questions I struggled with and which ones were my strengths. Then the final week before the test I took a timed practice test each day and got between 156 and 159 (with one 151).
That leaves me wondering what the right course of action is for studying to do a retake. I need to jump up to about a 160 for my goal schools. I have read a large amount of the material on these forums and so I recognize my 3.9 GPA is basically worthless without the 160. If my score had come out at the mid-150 range I would have signed up to take the test again in February. But because of the 149, I don't have confidence that it will be enough time. (Currently trying to figure out best way to move forward from this point if it isn't already apparent haha.) So the past few days I have been searching for forum discussions of people in the same boat/score range as me and seeing what advice they have been given on studying for the retake. I would love to take the online classes and meet with powerscore tutors but can't afford to.
Sorry for the long answer to your question but I thought it might be helpful to provide some context to how it went for me overall. Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and has a great New Year!