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I think one important thing to do for a retake is working hard on specific weaknesses you seem to have. For example, if you miss any points on LG find out how you could get to the point of being perfect most of the time on that section. Practice for parts of the test in between PTs really does help. I studied on the lower end for most people but had decent improvement and a solid score (which I'm retaking) because I did drilling a good amount. So balance doing PTs with drilling for your own weaker areas. That combo should get you in the high 160s/low 170s range.