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I want to know if anyone knows if we can cancel the test at the end of exam or in the middle of it? I mean what is the best thing to do if we know we will pass but not with good grade!
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Hi, no score will appear, and the word fail wont appear in your transcript, but the fact that you havent finished the exam will be shown in your usmle score transcript. It's better to avoid this situation.
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It counts as a fail. Signing in your ID number at the beginning of the exam is like signing a check, no taking it back.
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I called ECFMG a while back and they said it counts as a fail...
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So is there an option for canceling the test at the end? How late can we delay the test ?
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