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Question overriding a previous application for usmle step 1

can anyone please help me, i applied for usmle step 1 and did the payment for it but i noticed that i entered the wrong degree date, my graduation date is july 2011 and the date ive been awarded the degree in july 2011 but in my application I ve put the degree date as april 2012 , so my question is in overriding my application how does the payment procedure goes ?? and do i have to make the payment again or just override the application without any payment ?



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ok i will call them, another question while i was filling in they asked about the date when my diploma will be issued? i still havent got my diploma yet but i got a letter from my medical school stated that my degree was awarded in (july 2011) is that the date i should write in "the date your diploma was or will be issued?" section ?
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I am having the same problem... So what did the ECFMG people tell you??
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