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Hi folks,

I have a problem with prometric i don't know if anybody is experiencing or not, its like whenever i look for dates availability it shows couple of dates available but when i click them it shows a error n real dates are only visible when i use to click on the option schedule my exam.

Earlier i had'nt scheduled my exam b'coz there were no dates avaialble at the nearest test center so i was able view the real dates. My concern is that due to fear of non availability of test dates later on, i scheduled my exam at a far away center, after scheduling now i am not able to see the real dates bcoz it is not letting me to enter the Schedule or Reschedule my exam. I eventually want to re-schedule my exam to the nearest test center to my place.

Do you think the only way now is calling them daily to know that if there is any date open? or you can suggest any other option. All suggestions most welcome.
Please help at the earliest.
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You should be able to reschedule your test date. It will ask you first to cancel your current test date and then you will be able to see available dates.

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Thanks a lot brother!!
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