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Old 09-22-2012
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Question Do I need to tell them am not going for exam?


my extended eligibility period ends on 31st oct 2012..i have cancelled my prometric exam..i wish to give d exam in i understand i can pay the fee again on 15th i have to inform ecfmg regarding not appearing for the exam ..what is d step ahead..

please will lessen my anxiety
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hey you dont have to inform ECFMG
when you take take the exam it automatically is updated in their data base
when you have to write the exam you just need to go to ECFMG website
start new application
all you previously entered information will be there
you just need to pay the fees again and you are good to go
hope this helped
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