The very last NCLEX question I had was a dosage call question. Which at the time put me into a mini panic mode because it was #75 and we had been told that a dosage calc question means you're not doing so great. I calculated the problem out.... Twice, and rounded up accordingly. Then I re-read the question and realized it wasn't really a knowledge based dosage calc question, but likely an application one. The drug to be calculated in the question was heparin which is never rounded up. You may have had a similar question as mine and it may be why there was no mention of rounding your answer. Anywho, in my case at least that was question 75 for me. I braced myself (and hoped for #76) but my computer shut off. Was absolutely convinced I failed, and only did the PVT thing to solidify that I failed and to come up with a game plan for a 2nd try. But I passed. Biggest Jedi mind trick I've ever experienced so far. So to those thinking dosage calc is an indicator of NCLEX going badly, that's certainly not always the case.