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Old 11-08-2011
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Hello there,
I want to extend my eligibility period, regarding which i want to know the steps. Im currently a medical student and my present period is OCT-NOV-DEC. I want to extend it through JAN-FEB-MARCH. Please note that I didn't register myself at Prometric. . . and am really confused about the 50/65$ payment. Your help would be highly appreciated......Thanks
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Correct Answer yes u can extend ur dates one time

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Hello there,
I want to extend my eligibility period, regarding which i want to know the steps. Im currently a medical student and my present period is OCT-NOV-DEC. I want to extend it through JAN-FEB-MARCH. Please note that I didn't register myself at Prometric. . . and am really confused about the 50/65$ payment. Your help would be highly appreciated......Thanks
hello rohan..u can extend ur dates one time to the next contiguous period tht is jan-march period by paying a nominal fee ( thnk they raised it to $65 from 50 now ). for this u need to fill in an online extension of eligibility form which u can find on ur ecfmg page once u log in..they will notify u by email once they get the form n they will send u a new permit with which u need to get an appointment with the prometric centre..as u have not registered at prometric now u r free from d hassle of cancelling the test date at the centre..hope this was useful for u..all the best
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