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Certification with an End Date FAQs

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Since my examination is now required every 10 years, has the expiration date of my certification changed?

ABP certificates no longer contain an end date. In order to remain certified you must fulfill all requirements and re-enroll as outlined in your ABP Portfolio.

My exam is not due for several years, but my MOC activities are due this year. What happens if I don't complete everything by the deadline?

If you do not fulfill your Parts 2 & 4 requirements and re-enroll in MOC by the due date listed in your ABP Portfolio, then you will no longer be listed as meeting MOC requirements in that area.

My certificate does not end for several years, but my secure exam is due this year. What happens if I don't pass my exam this year?

The Part 3 secure examination is required every 10 years, if you do not pass the secure examination by the due date listed in your ABP Portfolio, then you will no longer be listed as meeting MOC requirements in that area.