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Old 11-23-2010
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Question Planning CS according to CK

Hello all,
Guys I heard that registering for CS takes a lot of time, And I am still arranging for Step 2 CK, Can someone advise me on this? I mean Can I register for both steps from now? Or how long Does registering for CS take?
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Do you mean finding a date?

If you are already registered with the ECFMG and you have valid certificate of identification you can register at any time and pay the fees and then find a date.

You have to at least schedule at least three months ahead to find a suitable date for you for the CS.
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