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Calendar Step 3 can I schedule in late aug 2012 now

Hi
I will be getting my ECFMG cert in a week
Am I too late for 2012 session
Can I schedule my test for late aug 2012 if I apply now
My concern is I have B1 valid till mid sep 2012
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I think I misunderstood something
I understood that there is no Step 3 in sep
But actually there is no reg for step 3 but we can give step 3 in sep and for the 2012 cycle we should apply by 31 aug
Am I getting it right?
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Default Yes, you got it right!

You can register for Step 3 till late of Auguest and then take the exam any time you want according to the prometeric center schedule
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You can register for Step 3 till late of Auguest and then take the exam any time you want according to the prometeric center schedule
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