Permit to Report Website Updated

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  1. suddensam

    suddensam USNA BGO

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    Permits to Report were meaile a couple of weeks ago, but the online resource at USNA.edu was still hosting Class of 2016 materials. It looks like the site has now been updated for the Class of 2017. If you need extra copies of forms in the PTR packet, you can find them here.

    http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/PermitToReport/
     
  2. tuckergd

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    Permit to Report

    Hello everyone,

    Just a quick recommendation. Last year, in my son's PTR packet, he was required to have a Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test. The results had to be sent back very early in the process. I believe in early or mid-May.

    We found, none of our local physicians (St. Louis, not a small rural area.) provided the tests because of the liability insurance. We found our local health department administered the test, but only periodically and it took a few days for the results to return.

    As the excitement builds, it's easy to overlook something, but following the specific directions in the PRT made it much easier.

    Don't procrastinate on this test! I'm assuming it's still required.
     
  3. sandnnw

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    Yes, the PPD is a 48-72hr turn around to be read. Great advice not to wait on this one and the immunization record may also need an appointment with their pediatrician. Besides the Health Department, you can try many Urgent Care and/or occupational health clinics. Many employers are now requiring PPDs, especially hospitals, schools and prisons, basically anywhere housing large groups.

    I also HIGHLY recommend getting all the shots you can before I-day. Some of these can make you feel less than ready for the task at hand - sorta flu like.

    Good luck to everyone, see yall on I-Day :thumb:
     

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