We want to make sure you're happy with our program! We offer a full-access 7-day credit card trial period for new users in our Sketchy Medical, Sketchy Pharmacy, Sketchy PA, and Sketchy Nursing programs. This gives you the opportunity to explore our full program offerings before committing to purchase.
At the end of your 7-day trial period, your account will not be charged until the end of your 7-day trial period, unless you cancel before your upcoming billing date. The charge will happen on the 7th day of your trial at the time your trial began, making the trial exactly 7-days long. Subscription purchases are final and not eligible for full or partial refunds. Subscriptions cannot be switched to a different plan within the same program, or to a different program after purchase.
All Sketchy Medical, Sketchy Pharmacy, Sketchy PA, and Sketchy Nursing subscription plans are auto-renew plans. These plans will renew at the end of your initial fixed term of 6, 12, or 24-months. Any auto-renew charges at the end of the term will renew at the regular price unless another promotion is active during your next billing date. Auto-renew charges are made according to UTC timezone. The charge will be made at midnight UTC of your billing date. You can disable auto-renew any time without affecting your initial subscription access, including on the day of purchase. In order to disable auto-renew, you will need to manually disable this feature through the ACCOUNT page before your next payment date, or notify Sketchy via email at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 10 days in advance of your next payment date. For more information, please visit our Help Center article titled, "Auto-Renewing Plans".
Please note, this cancellation and refund policy only applies to subscriptions purchased directly through sketchy.com. This policy excludes the Sketchy MCAT programs. The Sketchy MCAT cancellation and refund policy can be found here. This cancellation and refund policy excludes auto-renewed subscriptions, please visit our Help Center article titled, "Auto-Renewing Plans".