Changing responses on medical history form

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  1. usafa2022

    usafa2022 Member

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    After filling out the medical history form on the DoDMETS site, I realized that I erroneously checked "yes" on two of the questions. I called Concorde and asked if there was a way to change them, and they told me to make the changes in pen once I had the form printed out. Is this an acceptable way to make changes? Alternatively, does anyone know if there is a way to print a non-draft copy of a blank form and fill it out by hand?
     
  2. navalaviator00

    navalaviator00 Member

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    I did the same thing for my form. There is no clean copy for you. Follow their instructions and change them in pen.
     
  3. usafa2022

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    @usnashs2022 what did you put for the follow ups? "N/A" or something similar?
     
  4. navalaviator00

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    Do whatever is necessary and fits your situation. If you didn't fill out the follow ups, then just cross it out and/or N/A. Use common sense and your best judgement, and you'll be fine.
     
  5. usafa2022

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    @usnashs2022 thanks, I might just be taking this a bit too seriously after reading all the DoDMERB horror stories on here:D
     
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  6. navypmw

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    I would suggest following the instructions that Concorde gave you.