- Nov 22, 2022
Graduating senior, awarded a 3 year ROTC scholarship. What happens next? Haven't researched the medical process yet.
Make sure you check your spam folders for the email from DodMETS - It often times ends up there and people get a late start.Getting great advice here from others. Start as soon as possible, and if there are any possible DQ’s begin collecting medical records now.
They will only ask for records if there is a medical issue that they want more info on. If you know of such an issue start tracking down those records.Great thanks! What records will they require from their current doctor?
It could be none, it just depends if anything comes up in the DODMERB questuonaire or exams. We didn’t really do the research ourselves on this process and unfortunately we’ve been behind the curve. My son was awarded 3year Army last year, but missed the first email to schedule his exam, so he’s been doing all this while attending school. He is under waiver review for one DQ. Another tip, have your son ask for copies of all his Dodmets exams, hearing test, eye exams, physical etc. mine had two that weren’t submitted by the provider, or got lost in the system and had to be resubmitted. Would have been easier if he didn’t have to go back to the provider and track them down after the fact. He’s doing his best to get approved before they end of semester because he was offered a 3.5 year upgrade. The sooner y’all get done the better. We are still trying to understand how the waiver process works for 3 year scholarships, but it’s a bit of a mystery.Great thanks! What records will they require from their current doctor?
I do not believe he needs to bring any records with him.So my son's exam is scheduled for next week. We have obtained any medical records we know of. Does he bring them with him? Anything else he should bring?