If you have applied to the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination and are no longer able to take the examination, you may withdraw your application. If you want to take the exam at a later session, deferral to another session is not possible. You must withdraw from your current session and then reapply and pay the application fee for the new session.
Full refunds of application fees are not available. Partial refunds are only available if you submit your examination withdrawal request before the withdrawal with partial refund deadline.
If you have extenuating circumstances for withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline or for being absent on your exam day, you may be eligible for a partial refund.
To request a partial refund, send supporting documentation of these circumstances to the MCC ([email protected]), as soon as possible.
The MCC will review your request. If the MCC approves your request for a partial refund, the amount you would be refunded would depend on when you withdrew due to the extenuating circumstances:
The refund will be returned to the credit card used at the time of payment, otherwise a credit will be applied to your physiciansapply.ca account.
The MCC is not responsible for any costs, fees, penalties or losses that candidates may incur (e.g., relating to travel, childcare or wages).