Follow the information contained in the email to reschedule your examination. Please review the new test center procedures at https://www.prometric.com/corona-virus-update for the most up-to-date global social distancing and safety procedures.

To accommodate social distancing in the testing centers, Prometric has canceled and rescheduled some, but not all, May and June exam appointments. State and local guidelines are evolving rapidly, and cancellations may still occur for both May and June appointments if a testing center’s ability to open changes. If your exam appointment is canceled, you will receive an email from Prometric.

State and local guidelines are changing rapidly. If your exam appointment needs to be canceled to accommodate those changes, Prometric will provide you with notice within 48 hours prior to your scheduled exam date. If you do not receive an email from Prometric, your examination appointment is proceeding as scheduled. Please review the new test center procedures at https://www.prometric.com/corona-virus-update for the most up-to-date global social distancing and safety procedures.

Prometric is re-opening test centers in locations where they are able to do so given local and state guidelines and restrictions. 

To identify if a test center location is available for your appointment, Prometric has created a new "Sites Opening" page on their website. 

Please note that the list of open sites is subject to change based on government clearance. If you need to reschedule your appointment, first confirm the site is available and then start the scheduling or rescheduling process. The list of open sites is subject to change.

Yes, Prometric may need to cancel and reschedule appointments at testing centers that are closed for reasons other than COVID-19.

Prometric is working to extend days and hours of operation to gain additional seat capacity. However, we recognize a backlog of testing will still occur. We are exploring alternate test delivery options to address this backlog.

We are considering the viability of various options; as information becomes available we will provide updates on the USMLE websites and USMLE social media (Facebook and Twitter).