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Calendar How can I reschedule my exam within my eligibility period in Prometric Website

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I scheduled my exam and I wanted to reschedule it within my eligibility period
I searched the forums and I didn't find any post to learn me how
so i have to open
http://www.prometric.com/USMLE/default.htm then press reschedule and put my confirmation number
Am I right?
Can anyone guide me how I can reschedule ???
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Yes, that's right.
You go to Prometric Page and choose the step and the state you you scheduled with and then this list appear to you;



As you can see I circled the button that you have to click on. Follow their prompts and you should be able to reschedule.
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the question is am I allowed to do it more than once?

I mean changing the date and changing the test center in the same region I chose
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yes u can change the date many time as u want within ur eligibility period but u should know one thing :
To avoid an appointment change fee, you must change your appointment 31 or more days before (but not including) the first day of your scheduled test date
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If I remember correctly, you have to go to schedule an exam, then choose center, date and etc. once you go to confirm, it will prompt you that your exam is scheduled on such and such date, would you like to change it to the new date?
Just say yes (confirm) and voila, it is done
yes, you can change as many times as you like as long as a month before, or there is a fee.
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how ab change the test center is it ok to change it so many time

yeah of course i know abt the 31 day fees
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Hi

Thanks. Very informative!

What about changing your date "outside your 3 month eligibility period"? Any experience?

I feel that can be done too. May be "extra fees" attached to it!
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Thanks. Very informative!

What about changing your date "outside your 3 month eligibility period"? Any experience?

I feel that can be done too. May be "extra fees" attached to it!
You cannot pick a date outside your eligibility period.
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If I remember correctly, you have to go to schedule an exam
Medtobe i think u mean u i have to go to reschedule not schedule as i understand from steptaker am i right ???
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If I remember correctly, you have to go to schedule an exam, then choose center, date and etc. once you go to confirm, it will prompt you that your exam is scheduled on such and such date, would you like to change it to the new date?
Just say yes (confirm) and voila, it is done
yes, you can change as many times as you like as long as a month before, or there is a fee.
hope it helps
is there a fee even to cancel the exam in prometric...plzz help
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