I have a child interested in the AFA. And I am looking into the future in regards to his physical. My question is about reporting on the DD 2492- Report of Medical History. He had a learning assessment completed a few years ago by a psycologist to determine his learning styles and find ways to assist him in organizing his schoolwork and maximizing his study time. In this assessment he was "diagnosed" as having ADD. He has never received accomodations in the classroom, extended testing time or medication and is performing at a high level. He has also worked with a speech therapist to slow his rate of speech, but he does not have a speech impediment such as stuttering or stammering that would be typically classifed as a speech problem. I obviously want him to fill out his Report of Medical History form honestly, but it also states on the AFA website to "Use good judgment when listing medical problems. Do not self-diagnose a problem. List the full circumstances, treatment received and age during each episode." Therefore, do you think he needs to answer yes to the question: Have you ever had or do you now have: 71. Learning disabilities or speech problems If he answers that question in the affirmative, what paperwork should he bring with him, and if the problem is considered not an issue, does the MD at that time "pass him", or is any question answered in the affirmative automatically kick him to a remedial? My second question is in regard to childhood medical records- when do these come into play to be reviewed, if ever? In reading some of the other posts about remedials it seems like very minor childhood notes in medical records come back to haunt candidates, and I really have no idea what is in my child's records.