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Feeling Jilted By Prometric? Here’s How To Get a Refund

Have you had issues with Prometric lately? First of all, why haven't you emailed me about it yet? Second, here's how to get reimbursed for your trouble.

Save copies of your receipts (like airfare or hotel if you have to travel to a Prometric center not close to your home should yours get closed at the last minute on the last day of your NTS or something) and head here.

Once you've filled out the form online, print it out and mail it to:

Attn: Refund Committee
1260 Energy Lane
St. Paul, MN 55108

The Prometric Refund Committee will review requests and email decisions to candidates within 4 business days of receipt unless further research and/or documentation are required.

Prometric does NOT reimburse lost wages. Presumably they also do not cover alcohol costs you may incur from drinking yourself into oblivion after a 74 but hey, it's worth a shot. Pain and suffering, amiright?

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