My DS was awarded a four year scholarship in November and went to his medical exam yesterday. The entire exam only took 30 minutes and that included the hearing test. The instructions on the Concorde website said the medical exam should take an hour and that there would be a urine test as well. The doctor did not give him a urine test and did not ask any questions of my son regarding a knee problem that he had late this fall (which he has fully recovered from and has been back to playing full time on his basketball team since early December with no issues). My DS brought up the knee issue with the doctor but the doctor did not seem interested in discussing it and asked no questions about any of the items on his medical form. I worried that his exam was not as thorough as it should have been and am wondering how this will affect his passing the DODMERB medical exam. Is it a big deal that they did not give him a urine test? Maybe I am overreacting (it wouldn't be the first time). The doctor did tell him that his hearing test was normal so that is a relief. Any comments people may have are very welcome.