Correct point at end of summary (7)
I believe the answer is:
'correct' is the definition.
(similar in meaning)
'point at end of summary' is the wordplay.
'point' becomes 'e' (compass point).
'at end of' is a charade indicator (letters next to each other) (some letters go at the end of others).
'summary' becomes 'precis' (precis is a kind of summary).
'e' put after 'precis' is 'PRECISE'.
(Other definitions for precise that I've seen before include "'Exact, accurate (7)'", "Recipes (anag.)", "Express", "Highly accurate and sharply exact", "Specific".)