No scary at all.
Did you know that up until a few years ago "normal" total cholesterol was 240? Do you know that there is NO evidence that high TC is bad for women? Quite the opposite, some studies seem to indicate that "high" TC in elderly women is protective of all causes mortality.
Do you know that TC under 170 is associated with a higher risk of cancer, stroke, depression, and suicide? Do you know that half the people with heart disease have "low" cholesterol?
Your Triglycerides are under 100 and your HDL is at 60. While your HDL could be higher, you're in a good range. With those numbers, your LDL is not only wrong (the calculation they use does not work with Tris under 100), but is sure to be large and fluffy. TC does not matter, at all.