If you no longer wish to take the examination, you can request a withdrawal and a partial refund up to 120 hours before the date and time of your scheduled examination appointment. See “Withdrawing your MCCEE application” below for more information.
If you cannot make it to your scheduled examination and the 120-hour withdrawal deadline has passed, see “Absence on the day of examination / late withdrawal” further below.
Withdrawing your MCCEE application
A partial refund* will be provided if your withdrawal request is received no later than 120 hours before the date and time of your scheduled examination appointment.
* The partial refund amount represents the examination fee paid less an administration fee of C$300.
If you have already scheduled an examination appointment (date, time and centre) with Prometric, you should first cancel your scheduled appointment with Prometric (no later than 120 hours before the date and time of your scheduled appointment), then submit a written withdrawal request to the MCC. For information on canceling your scheduled appointment with Prometric, please see “Changing or canceling a scheduled examination appointment” on the Evaluating Examination Scheduling page.
Note: If you still wish to take the examination and simply want to reschedule the date of your scheduled examination appointment rather than obtain a partial refund of the examination fee paid, you should not request a withdrawal of your application with the MCC. You should instead reschedule or cancel your examination appointment with Prometric. For more information, see “Changing or canceling a scheduled examination appointment” on the Evaluating Examination Scheduling page.
If you have not yet scheduled an examination appointment with Prometric, you can withdraw your application and obtain the partial refund at any time prior to Dec. 31 three (3) full calendar years following the year of receipt of your examination fee payment at the MCC.
Absence on the day of the examination / late withdrawal
You will not be entitled to a refund of the examination fee paid, nor any portion thereof, if:
Updated January 2013