To preserve the Board of Examiner's commitment to fairness, if your application is withdraw voluntarily or due to inactivity, you cannot reactivate it later. You must submit a new application and will be subject to policies and procedures in place at that time.
Application and exam fees are non-refundable and will not be returned when an application is withdrawn.
Reasons Your Application May Be Withdrawn
When you voluntarily withdraw your application from active consideration, you are not able to continue with that application, and it will not be kept on file.
If you decide you want to apply for membership in the future, you must submit a new application, including all applicable fees. New applications are subject to the policies and procedures that are in place at the time of your re-application.
Due to Inactivity
If you fail to show progress or complete BOE requirements within the specified timeline, your application will be withdrawn due to inactivity. You will be sent one reminder notice prior to withdrawal.
Activity is defined as, but not limited to:
- any attempts to write prescribed examinations
- notification of completed courses or examinations
- update of work experience as required by the Board of Examiners or completion of prescribed exams
Once your file is withdrawn from active consideration, you will be required to submit a new application for membership. New applications are subject to the policies and procedures that are in place at the time of your re-application.