- February 25, 2020 at 9:39 am
If you have a genuine reason to withdraw from an exam (very close to the exam date), do you get your money credited back to your account or is it lost?
Thanks in advance.February 26, 2020 at 7:29 am
What happens if I enter an exam and then can no longer take it?
… After the standard entry deadline, your examination entry fees are NOT refundable or transferable. … It is NOT possible for you to withdraw an exam entry after the standard entry closing date. …
It goes on to say …
“Exam withdrawals will only be considered under the most extenuating circumstances, and where supported by documentary evidence; minor illnesses or normal expected workloads cannot be considered. Any supporting documents should be sent to email@example.com by 13 March for the March session.
If you are granted a withdrawal, you should not attend the examination under any circumstances; in the event that you do so, you will be liable to pay additional fees.
Please note the decision by the Exams team is final.”
If you have a genuine reason I would submit request for refund/deferral to next exam session BEFORE your exam date and not wait until it has passed.
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