CPR in need of a Waiver still...

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by kappapa, Apr 3, 2017.

  1. kappapa

    kappapa Member

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    So I am CPR for the time being and I am still in need of a waiver. What is typically the process for which I can still obtain an appointment? As in, would USNA send me an email stating a conditional offer of appt. dependent on what DoDMERB says (already cleared for other SA)? Or would they still have to go through DoDMERB (for a stress fracture that occurred in Jan, 2016. I received a waiver from USMMA for the stress fracture, would that have any bearing on USNA's decision? I had to get a whole new x-ray that proves that I am 100% fully functional) and get a waiver for me before offering an appointment? I know the typical "2 weeks left" (hooray!) response, but I would like to know if I should be paying any attention to DoDMERB at this point (as far as checking for "Exam reviewed" updates).

    Thanks and good luck to us CPRs still kickin'.
     
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    e_yex Member

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    I'm CPR and needing a waiver as well so I called USNA admissions and they told me that once you are appointed, then they will complete the waiver process. So yes, I believe they would give a conditional offer of appointment first.
     
  3. NavyHoops

    NavyHoops Super Moderator 5-Year Member

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    You cannot be appointed without being fully qualified, 3Q. If USNA decides to appoint you they would then see you are in need a waiver and have not had a final decision. They would then issue an LOA with a contingency to receive a fully qualified appointed.
     
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