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$100 to reschedule step 2 ck?

Discussion in 'Step II' started by bulldog, Oct 18, 2006.

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  1. bulldog

    bulldog Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    so there's a $100 fee to reschedule step 2 ck before the 5 business day thing?

    Exam Name: STEP 2 - United States Medical Licensing Exam -
    Step 2 - United States Medical Licensing Examination
    Reschedule Fee: 100.00 USD
    Tax: 0.00 USD
    Balance: 100.00 USD
     
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  3. manning18

    manning18 Guest 10+ Year Member

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    They want you to reschedule before 12 noon 5 Business days prior to your originally scheduled date so as to avoid the rescheduling fee. It wasn't clear how much the fee was but, apparently, it's $100. It's annoying, but it is mentioned!
     
  4. Adam_K

    Adam_K Indentured 5+ Year Member

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    Off to the plantation
    I tried to reschedule Step 2 CK on the prometric site and it wanted to charge me even though I was way ahead of the five business day deadline. So, I called prometric and had them reschedule for me. No charge.
     
  5. Thaitanium

    Thaitanium Member 10+ Year Member

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    Theres a glitch in the computer system. If you want to reschedule, you have to call prometric directly and reschedule with them on the phone (no charge).
     
  6. Ceez

    Ceez Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    what about extending the elgibility period? i'd love to get out of that $50 damn fee. it's like the $470 i already paid wasn't enough for them
     
  7. manning18

    manning18 Guest 10+ Year Member

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    I just extended eligibility and, as far as I can tell, there is no way to extend eligibility without the $50 fee, regardless of how much advance notice is given. Extending seemed like a fair deal, in the sense you have until 25 days AFTER your original period ends to get them the forms, the caveat being you still have to cancel your original appt 5 Business Days prior, or you'll be charged a rescheduling fee ($100).
     

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