I lurked here for a while before the exam, but never made an account.
I got a 940 (95%), and I'm not sure whether to be happy or disappointed about it. There aren't any worries about getting into grad school at the moment; I'm a senior in high school, and taking the test was pretty much a move to improve my college prospects (ah, the crazy things we have to do!). Hopefully, whatever "wow" factor I was looking for hasn't been lost because I didn't get a 990.
The depressing thing, however, is that circumstances for the last test were so bad - and I know that they could have been far better. There weren't really any "difficult" problems: it was all memorized and regurgitated knowledge, by the book. This definitely didn't play to my strengths - after all, my knowledge hasn't had time to become very broad.
If I had any idea that the test was going to be so formulaic and knowledge-based, I would have spent my time far differently.
But that's just whining... I'm not really so unhappy, and given the craziness of the idea to take the test at all, I suppose I shouldn't be. I learned a lot of very enjoyable quantum mechanics and thermal physics in the past three months or so, and luckily I haven't completely forgotten all the random facts I crammed the night before the test. If anyone wants ideas about learning lots of physics really quickly, I'd be happy to help. And one other thing... try to get more than three hours of sleep the night before the test (we insomniacs find that a bit difficult sometimes).