Waiver Q

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  1. AF_Hopeful

    AF_Hopeful New Member

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    Is it even possible to be granted a waiver for history of anxiety?

    I know the question is very broad and it depends on alot of other things, but has the waiver been granted before?
     
  2. MullenLE

    MullenLE Member

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    Extremely broad. U'd be better served sending me the details and if you've already taken your exam, your full name and last 4 of your SSN to Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil. That way I could be far more accurate

    Yes, it can be waived, but that answer carries almost no weight becasue it is so situationally/indivdually dependent.

    An example would be a death in the family; that maybe required medication, hospitalization, counseling, and/or other type treatment. It happend when the applicant was 12----Treated thru 14--Then from 14-18 today, all demonstrated activities, academics, athletics, socialization, and emotional stability has proven to be totally "normal," the waiver authorities "could" tend to view that favorably.:thumb:
     
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    AF_Hopeful New Member

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    I havent yet taken my exam. But thanks Mr. Mullen. I appreciate it :thumb:
     
  4. MullenLE

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    U R welcome. Good luck:thumb:
     

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