etting all 145 questions on the NCLEX does not necessarily mean you failed the exam. The NCLEX is designed to adjust the difficulty level based on your performance. Therefore, the number of questions you receive does not determine your outcome. It is important to focus on answering each question to the best of your ability and trust in your preparation. So, don't stress over the number of questions you receive, stay confident and keep your focus on answering each question correctly.