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1 year 1 month ago #17444

Jefferson Nunn

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They haven't approved my application. I haven't submitted an application because I was waiting to take the test before proceeding. Now I understand that I can submit an application and then take a test within one year. This will work. Thanks.
1 year 1 month ago #17443

Cornelius Fichtner

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If you do not take the test within the 1-year eligibility period after PMI has approved your application, then you have to start again 'from zero'. That means that your application will expire and you will not receive a refund. You have to submit a new application and pay all the fees again.

When exactly did PMI approve your application?
1 year 1 month ago #17439

Michele Pelham

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Once you submit your application, you have a year to take the exam.
1 year 1 month ago #17433

Jefferson Nunn

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I signed up first for PMI because I wanted the book. I then signed up for Prepcast just this month as I had saved up enough to do it.
I now realize that I need 2-3 months to prepare for this test. I have an application deadline of 60 days. I don’t want to do the application until I am ready to take the test. What happens if I let the application expire? I am thinking of taking the test in July.

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