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Question: When does the 18-month rule kick in?

Answer: "The count-down to the 18 months begins when you pass your first section(s)"

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Question: RE: Exam Score Release - What's a NASBA State?  What States are NASBA States?

Answer: NASBA.org handles the score release process of a number of states.  Those states have been termed NASBA States.

More Info: To see if your state is a NASBA state, check out the following listing...
= NASBA States List and Direct Links to Score Pages


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Question: What's the first & second wave? How does it impact the exam & results?

Answer: When you take the exam, you receive your scores in either the first or second wave of score releases. This is fairly random and usually doesn't mean anything in terms of how you did on the exam. Most 2nd wave scores are released before the beginning of the subsequent testing window as they want you to be able to retake a failed section as soon as possible.
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Question: What order are scores generally released?

Answer: Scores are usually released in this order: BEC, REG, AUD & FAR, but REG & AUD have been known to switch places.

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Question: What if I have a conflict and need to reschedule my exam appointment?

Answer: You may reschedule your appointment at no charge as long as you reschedule at least 30 days in advance. If you reschedule between 5 and 30 days before your appointment, you must pay a nominal fee directly to Prometric, currently estimated at $35. If you reschedule within 5 days of your appointment, you will have to pay the full Prometric fee for the section you are rescheduling. If your appointment is within 24 hours, you can NOT reschedule your appointment date, you will have to contact the Board/agency to which you applied originally to register again.
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