My son had his medical exam today. He just informed me that when he filled out his forms online that he answered "yes" to the questions: "Have you had alcohol" and "have you used marijuana" He is allowed a beer with us, during holiday gatherings. This has been allowed the past year. As far as the pot, he tried it at a party freshman year of high school. And that was it. I know about this because he told me. He has incredible integrity and doesn't lie. When he began the medical form it said "answer honestly". And because he is who he is, he answered honestly. He stands by the fact that he did the right thing by answering the way he did; however, he is concerned that this will hurt him. During his exam today, the nurse asked him follow up questions regarding these two items. He told her the truth, saying that he had a beer on July 4th and that he had tried pot when he was 15. She asked if either of these were habitual and he answered no. Will his medical exam now go in the reject pile? Sorry, I don't know all the lingo and acronyms. He has been driving this train because he is extremely motivated about attending and wants to succeed independent of our help.