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How much does it cost to change the exam date (keeping the same eligibility period) if you fall within the 30-day (no fee needed) limit?
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$50 if before 5 days of your exam.
Higher payment (variable) if you postpone less than 5 days from your exam date.

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yeah usually, depends on your region. i am an img from india, and as per the new rules here if you change within the 30 day period you have to pay $50 and more if youre in the 5 day period. kind of sucks, but whatever, have no control over it.
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Thanks guys, I took the UWSA 2 yesterday and got only a 500/219
My exam is in exactly 14 days from now so im going to study the crap out of FA again and do some offline NBMEs and 6 days before my exam I will take NBME form 7 to see exactly where im at.
This way if I have to postpone my exam it will only cost me 50 bucks but fingers crossed I can close my gaps before then.
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