There is hardly anything particularly remarkable about your results; there are some relative strengths and weaknesses, but nothing extremely unusual.
The Block Design subtest is the farthest from the mean. That was the test where you had to make patterns with colored blocks. It might mean that you’re not all that good at visual-spatial stuff… or it could just mean it took you a while to catch on to what you had to do to solve the puzzles.
You have a good working memory. That means you can keep lots of things in your head all at the same time while you’re solving problems. This is useful for math, physics, and programming, and you’ve probably gotten some practice in those areas.
What matters more than anything with an average brain is what kind of training you give it. When you learn something, your brain reprograms itself to suit those tasks you require it to do.
Train yourself in math, physics, programming, and music theory, and you’ll develop the kind of skills that are useful for those things. It helps a lot when you discover something you love, study that, and you’ll be able to get enough practice and train your brain to specialize in that area.