In this paper, we study the nonlinear Schrödinger equation with focusing point nonlinearity in dimension one. First, we establish a scattering criterion for the equation based on Kenig-Merle's compactness-rigidity argument. Then we prove the energy scattering below and above the mass-energy threshold. We also describe the dynamics of solutions with data at the ground state threshold. Finally, we prove a blow-up criteria for the equation with initial data with arbitrarily large energy.