The moderators have discussed this, and we ask that people not post high scores. Tomorrow, some people will get very good news, some will get very bad news, and everyone else will learn that they face another 5 months (or more) of uncertainty. Congratulations to those in the first group, but please be mindful of the range of emotions others will be going through.
The schools have published the lowest scores offered in past years, and we have more detail here. When you get your score, if it's above the lowest score offered by your target school in recent years, you're pretty safe. If you're anywhere near what they've previously offered, you still have a chance. Having a school as a high preference and not getting it will not affect your chances with lower ranked schools. The only way it can hurt you is if it doesn't leave room in your list for more realistic options.
Above all, remember to rank your choices in your true preference order, and to include a safe fallback option. Knowing the scores won't change that.