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27 Aug 2006, 14:13
I took the test but was unable to complete it because 20 minutes to finish, I started to feel very sick and had to end the test abrubtly.

I went through the analytical writing section, completed the quantitative section and 20 minutes to the finish of verbal section, I was so sick that I had to end the exam. I didn't actually complete the whole test.

My question is, would this still be considered as cancellation of a score?
Can I take the test the next available date next week or do I have to wait 31 days.
Appreciate a response at your earliest.Thank you,
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28 Aug 2006, 07:34
Call mba. no one here can tell you for sure. Only they can.

Yes, it almost certainly counts as a cancellation.
Yes, you probably do have to wait 31 days.
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28 Aug 2006, 07:37
prat wrote:
I took the test but was unable to complete it because 20 minutes to finish, I started to feel very sick and had to end the test abrubtly.

I went through the analytical writing section, completed the quantitative section and 20 minutes to the finish of verbal section, I was so sick that I had to end the exam. I didn't actually complete the whole test.

My question is, would this still be considered as cancellation of a score?
Can I take the test the next available date next week or do I have to wait 31 days.
Appreciate a response at your earliest.Thank you,

to my knowledge, once you start - and don't finish it (for whatever personal reason), it counts as a cancellation. As Rhyme suggested, you can call pearson to check once.
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20 Sep 2006, 10:29
next time just finish the test..............if you have to blow chunks all over the computer just finish the test
20 Sep 2006, 10:29
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