What happens if there are no places available for me to sit for my exam within my window?

By Shauna Carther AAA
A:

The NASD may extend your examination window to the next available appointment at your test center, if you contact your exam center at least ten business days prior to the close of your examination window.

This extension does not apply if there are places available but the time is just inconvenient for you, or if there are no places within your window and you are unwilling to accept the next available appointment at your test center.



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