As good as I felt about how the test went, I wasn't so sure that I instantly clicked 'score test'. You see, at the end of the exam, you have 10 minutes to choose whether to cancel your score or have it graded. If you cancel it, your score report shows up saying that you sat for the exam but chose not to have it graded, obviously for people feeling that they blew it. Otherwise, you click on score test and you have an instant score. Of course there was no way I wasn't going to have mine scored, but I did sit there for a minute or two and think back to a few of those math problems that made me cross-eyed. Eventually I clicked it and received my score, holding my breath for the brief moment it took me to find it on the screen.
So I finally have that little hurdle behind me. I didn't blow the doors off the exam, but I scored well enough that I'm not worried about getting in anywhere I want to go. Now I suppose the next step is visiting some schools with my dad in January and working on translating my resume from "scout sniper looking for pirate hunting job" to "Precision battlefield instrument seeks academic opportunities through which to advance leadership potential and gain valuable analytical tools for today's business environment." I think I just threw up in my mouth.