DQ Question

Discussion in 'DoDMERB' started by USNA2020, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. USNA2020

    USNA2020 Member

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    If an academy sends you a letter saying that they didn't grant you a waiver, is that the end? They put their foot down and you're done? Or is there sometimes something you can do to help them get you a waiver?
     
  2. Sampia

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    I see you have not gotten a reply to this. Unfortunately I do not know the answer but hopefully someone here will speak up
     
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  3. USNA2020

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    Thank you for your concern Sampia! I have posted to the USNA forum and people have replied there. I am in contact with USNA admissions and DoDMERB and they are helping me figure this out.
     
  4. AROTC-dad

    AROTC-dad Just a dad

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    Waivers vary greatly by the institution involved. I'm glad you reposted on the USNA forum as you will get more focused replies there.
     
  5. afrotc16

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    Well in my case it was somewhat of a misunderstanding and I had to work with the waiver authorities (NOT DODMERB, they don't do the waiver stuff) to get proper documentation and I eventually got a waiver. It was something that probably should have been cleared up by a remedial, but I didn't have the correct documentation etc....anyway it was a pain, but I did finally get a waiver.
     

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