Changing responses on medical history form

usafa2022

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

navypmw

Member
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?
I would suggest following the instructions that Concorde gave you.
 
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