Double committing is when two records, either identical or varied, are entered against a child in a short period of time (90 days). This can cause an imbalance of paper protocols to online licenses.
You are shown a pop-up designed to prevent double-committing if you attempt to assign a Test Record form to an examinee that already has an identical active Test Record.
Unless it is otherwise necessary, you are encouraged to select Yes, which takes you to the existing record form, so you can update it.
Updating an existing record form, rather than creating a new one, prevents double-committing and does not use up another license.