I'd say I'm average on neuroticism. Tests vary from somewhat below average to slightly above average. I think my mood slightly affects the score. If I'm in a bad mood or particularly stressed, the neuroticism will come out somewhat higher.
Going by the subscales I'd say high on anxiety and self-consciousness, average on depression and vulnerability, and low on anger and immoderation. However one big five test I took had me low on five of the six subscales, including self-consciousness, with the other subscale being average. If anyone truly knows me well, they know that I'm quite self-conscious and anxiety prone. Sure I was flattered by the result, but it didn't quite fit me.
I think a moderate level of neuroticism can actually be beneficial. They are the ones that are more likely to notice that things aren't quite right and in some cases get worked up about it. Getting worked up isn't necessarily bad because it can lead to positive change if its channeled constructively. Someone who is *too* calm may be more likely to deny that things are or could be problematic, which can just cause further trouble down the road.