EXAM PRICING, REFUNDS, TRANSFERS, ETC:
Pencil & Paper (P&P) Test:
- Exam registration fees are non-refundable.
- No refunds or credits are available for exam candidates who do not attend their scheduled exam.
- CREDITS/TRANSFERS: If OAI is notified of inability to test PRIOR to the testing date, candidates will be offered a credit for the full amount of the exam fee. This credit is good for 12 months. P&P credit is transferable to another P&P exam date, another candidate, or as partial payment for CBT registration.
- Account credit is forfeited if unused by the end of the 12 month period.
Computer-Based Test (CBT):
- When you register for a CBT, you have one year to schedule and sit for your exam through PSI.
- No refunds or transfers are available for CBT exams.
- Once you schedule a testing date with PSI, there are no refunds or credits for no-shows.
- You can reschedule your test once without penalty (must be at least 3 business days prior to scheduled testing date) – this is done through PSI. Failure to keep the second scheduled testing date will result in forfeit of exam registration fee.
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