The PMI’s PMP Exam refund policy says:
If you have applied for the PMP Certification Exam, your application is approved, the exam fee is deposited, and then you decide not to go ahead with the PMP Exam Certification process… in this case you can get your money back.
To get the refund, you have to submit a written request at least one month before the exam eligibility expiry date to PMI Customer Care.
Your money will be returned to you after retaining the processing fee of $100 USD by PMI, if you have not yet scheduled, or taken the exam.
You are also entitled to get the refund if you failed the PMP Exam application audit. PMI will retain a processing fee of $ 100 USD, and the rest will be returned to you.
Please note in the following cases you will not get the refund, and your entire fee will be forfeited:
- If your one-year eligibility period has expired, and you have not scheduled the exam.
- If you scheduled the exam and did not attend it, and you also couldn’t provide the proper reason to cancel/reschedule the exam to Prometric.
- If you failed the PMP Exam.