You can apply for assistance through the Assessment Subsidy for Overseas Trained Professionals Program (ASDOT) for only one CAT MCQ examination event. You can apply for an authorisation to schedule for an examination once your application for ASDOT assistance has been processed and approved.
You must submit to the AMC both the CAT MCQ Examination Form: Application for Authorisation to Schedule for a CAT MCQ Examination Event and the original ‘Agreement to Pay’ letter. The Agreement to Pay letter will identify the examination event authorised for payment.
The following conditions apply to ASDOT funding:
- ASDOT funding is only available to candidates scheduling for examination events held in Australian venues.
- The ASDOT ‘Agreement to Pay’ letter will identify the examination event authorised for payment.
- Candidates must schedule for the examination event identified on the Agreement to Pay letter before the event’s closing date. A candidate who cannot schedule for the event identified should contact Australian Education International to discuss options. The ASDOT eligibility criteria must be met if an alternative CAT MCQ event will be applied for. The candidate will need to notify the AMC of the outcome.
- If a candidate does not show for the CAT MCQ examination event or cancels from the event after the closing date, the AMC will claim full payment from the ASDOT program and the candidate will forfeit further ASDOT funding for a CAT MCQ examination event.
Information on ASDOT assistance is available on the Australian Education International (AEI) website.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 December 2011 10:23