So the day I've been waiting for - NCLEX day! I completed my exam in 75 questions, my heart starting to pound and wanting to cry because I felt I must've failed. I kept my composure as the proctor escorted me out of the room, did the palm vein scan, was good to go and she told me to get my things from my locker and I thought I heard her say something about getting my phone from the woman at the desk. It was a misunderstanding on my part because I figured she must've thought I left my phone with her, though it was actually in the locker. I retrieved my wallet and phone from my locker and proceeded to open the sealed bag with my phone in it in front of the woman at the desk. After I already ripped a hole in it, she tells me that she was supposed to do it. I told her I didn't know and she said that the proctor told me this. I said I didn't hear that and apologized. She then told me she needed to write me up. Okay, so I was absent-minded, I need to admit. I read the rules before taking the test, but must've missed this one. My brain was fried and nervous prior to and following the exam so I just wasn't functioning on optimal levels. Sometimes I just do really silly, embarrassing things that I "should've known better" before doing. Anyway, I got really worried. On top of feeling horrible like I failed, I felt like now I broke a rule, have an incident report against me and who knows if my test scores will be revoked? Anyway...that's what happened! I'd like some feedback if anyone has any idea what might happen or have been in a similar situation.