Kaplan says you have a 50-50 chance of passing it the second or third time. But I agree it is a passable test. Honestly, I take it for the first time next month. Been practicing and hammering questions. Not going to be cocky; but I'll be confident. If for some reason, I don't pass the first time the world will not come to an end. I am still alive, house didn't burn down, kids and wife are OK. Believe me, I have had worse days than not passing the NCLEX.
The key is to know the basics and think patient safety! You have heard it before. The test is to make sure you don't kill the patient and prioritize care effectively. (Include delegating.)
Best of luck to all you. Just wanted to share my perspective. Don't bring extra anxiety about whether you pass or fail. I believe if you can just relax, give it your best concentration and effort, most of you will pass.