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Default Eligibility expiring and i wana reschedule.

Hey all,

My eligibility is expiring 30th sept 2014.
I have already rescheduled once before.
My earlier dates were April-June 2014.
Changed that to July-Sept,2014.
Still Im not confident and want to change.

What n how do I do it?
Plz help asap.
I have already cancelled my prometric appointment.

Thanks every1.
Cheers

Zitney420
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Hey all,

My eligibility is expiring 30th sept 2014.
I have already rescheduled once before.
My earlier dates were April-June 2014.
Changed that to July-Sept,2014.
Still Im not confident and want to change.

What n how do I do it?
Plz help asap.
I have already cancelled my prometric appointment.

Thanks every1.
Cheers

Zitney420
You already canceled the appt date by calling prometric. No need to do anything else. Next time when you apply for the exam, just have to start the new application. That's all. Good luck
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You need to pay for the exam fees again.
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Hey all, Zitney420
aks1987 he/she is right You need to pay for the exam fees again,before this i would like to sugest you please take online Nbme to asses your's prep: otherwise you need to pay again.
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Of course that's what I meant. New application means paying the fees again and I'm sure "zitney" knows that. Since u can only extend the eligibility period once and he/she already done it. What my understanding was "zitney" wanted to know other than canceling at prometric if there anything else needs to be done.

Anyways good luck and hope it works out for you.
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@zitney,

Neha_subh and Aks1987...made a good point that you need to pay again when starting new application. didn't mean to offend anyone with my last reply. good luck and take care all
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Yep, Thankyou every1
was a gr8 help n yes I would do the nbmes
before scheduling again.
Thanx guys
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