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  1. cchshurdlergirl

    cchshurdlergirl Member

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    Does anyone know in general how great the chances are of getting a conditional letter of intent to NAPS yanked from you? :confused:
     
  2. LongAgoPlebe

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    What? Need more information here. Did you do something, or are you just concerned?

    In general - NAPS/USNA do not withdraw appointments except under exceptional circumstances. The most notable exceptions are medical DQ before arriving for PS or prep; serious criminal activity; or a significant change in academic performance. Getting a speeding ticket or a "C" or "D" in a class your senior year is not, in normal circumstances, going to get an appointment revoked.
     
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    ok well thats good to know. No i did not do anything bad at all...im wayy to scared to even try to break a law or do bad in a class haha but I am being considered for a medical waiver. I just do not want to get my hopes up on going to NAPS you see? I was medically Disqualified for minor headaches that have been gone for two years now and my doctor sent in a personal note stating that im in excellent health condition and that those minor little headaches are not a continuous threat to my every day activites. Plus, on a side note I am being heavily recruited for track. Do you think they would not give me a waiver even though Im being recruited to run track? That just seems like a major contradiction to me to recruit me in to play a varsity sport and then think im in poor condition.....:confused:
     
  4. Dad

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    You might consider moving this thread to the DoDMERB discussion. Medical remedials are better addressed there. You should contact Larry Mullen (his e-mail is Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil) and he will get back to you ASAP.
     
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