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Smile Can i cancel the application after i paid?

Can I cancel the application after I paid? And if yes, what are the consequences? Can I reapply easily? Is there a deductible amount on withdrawal? I appreciate if someone answer fast

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Info You cannot cancel

You cannot cancel your application and you cannot get refund of your money.

The only situation when they may refund the money is when you apply for CS exam and you could not get a Visa, other than that, no refund and no cancellation.

Consequences?
no consequences, just don't take the exam and that's it. It won't be counted as an attempt. The only consequence is that you lose the money.

What you can do? you may extend your eligibility period for another three months if you feel that will solve your issue.
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Well, i am grateful, thank you , but can't i extend the eligibility period more than once?
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Well, i am grateful, thank you , but can't i extend the eligibility period more than once?
If u r afraid of taking the exam now then you would be afraid even 9-12 months from now. Just do it............if u were honest with your studies you will ace it..
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Well, i am grateful, thank you , but can't i extend the eligibility period more than once?
No you cannot. You are allowed only one time extension
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In case i change the test date, i have to notify them 1 week earlier? or 3 weeks earlier? and when should i notify them in case i wanna extend the eligibility period? I'm thankful for your answers
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In case i change the test date, i have to notify them 1 week earlier? or 3 weeks earlier? and when should i notify them in case i wanna extend the eligibility period? I'm thankful for your answers
If you don't want to pay extra fees you have to notify them 30 days before the testing date, read here New Fees for Changing Appointments at Prometric Center
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