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Old 11-28-2014
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Hope you can help me! My original eligibility period was oct-dec 2014 for my step1, and I had already scheduled with prometric for dec 30th. For family reasons I had to request an extension of my eligibility period, and I got it with no problem, now I have oct-mar 2015. Today I got my new permit, and 32 days before I cancelled my appointment at prometric with success.

I want to know if I can wait to reschedule for at least 2 more weeks and still not pay any scheduling fee with prometric or I have to do it today, even though I have cancelled my previous appointment with success.

I tried to call prometric but today is a

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You don't need to pay prometric to reschedule again so no need to panic. You would have paid $70 to ECFMG. That's all you need to pay, i think. Pro-metric doesn't charge money unless we cancel the appointment under 30 days.
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