Anything out of the ordinary generates an incident report...having to scan your hand twice, computer glitch, standing up instead if raising your hand, and many other seemingly innocuous incidents. It is part of quality assurance. Usually you are not told, just like one would never chart in the medical record that an incident report was generated.
Ignore the poster that mentioned being banned for life. First NCSBN does not make that decision it is the state BoN. Second that is reserved for cheaters & rule breakers. You didn't bring in crib notes , smuggle in your cell phone
to 'phone a friend ', tattoo lab values on your left bicep, look at someone else's computer screen, or pay your best friend to take the test for you. Results can even be put on hold if you test quickly (mine were initially) so they can review the data log, keystrokes, audio & video to ensure everything is copacetic.
You are almost half way through the 48 hr mark. Just watch for 'results delivered'. Hold just means a QA/QC audit
Hang in there