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Old 08-05-2012
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Default What happens if I void at the end?

Hi all, I wanted to know what happens when I decide to void my step 1 test at the very end of my sitting. Does it show up on my record that I took it and voided? Or will it be as if I never took the test in the first place?
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First of all, why in the WORLD would you want to do that
The followinf is from FA 2012:
"If you leave at any time from the start of the test to the last block, no score will be reported. The fact that you started but did not complete the exam, however, will appear on your USMLE transcript."
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It may show up as Irregular behavior and ruin everything,so beware
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Thanks. I only ask just in case I completely flip out and go blank on my test day. But knowing that it will show that I did not complete the exam is going to make me rethink that voiding strategy completely.
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Out of way question but if we pay for a step may be CS exam and letter just don't get good score on step 1 and don't wanna pursue further ( certainly don't want that anyone have this condition; just out of courosity). Can we get refund of fees back which I pay for CS exam.

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