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Hi guys,

I'm living in Saudi Arabia, and there is only one center here (with only 6 computers), and it is always crawded. If you want to schedule an appointment, you should do it at least 3-4 months before the desired date!!
And this is a big problem actually. My exam is on 15/Feb, and I want to postpone it, but there is no available positions within my eligibility period.

The good thing is that sometimes positions are available before 2 days before a specific date (for example, now there is no position available on 27/Feb, but In 25/Feb, most probably I will find a position, because at least one student cancel his appointment at that time).

Now my question is: If I cancelled my schedule now, could I schedule again befor 2 days of a specific date without paying extra fees?
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According to the prometric test center , any cancellation less that 30 days to the test day,you have to pay a fee for that.
But if you are asking to change the day within that period , I did not see a regulation for that option yet . I think you should call them and ask them about that.
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