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TOPIC: Question schedule an exam date Vs. the eligibility period and expiration date

schedule an exam date Vs. the eligibility period and expiration date 1 year 4 months ago #8549

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I took the PMP course on September 2015. I would like to ask you about the information I found below before I decide what to do.
I was wandering if it is ok to re-schedule the PMP exam having in mind that the exam eligibility period is one year from 10th of November 2015 as mentioned in the examination eligibility page of the handbook. So Would it be acceptable by the PMI or not!? Please note that I have took the exam first time on January this year and I failed. Now I have scheduled myself to take the exam for the second time on November 3rd however I believe I am still not ready.
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