Medical Exam

Discussion in 'Air Force Academy - USAFA' started by marybeth23, Aug 11, 2018.

  1. marybeth23

    marybeth23 New Member

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    Does the medical exam provider contact you or do you contact them? DODmerb was "triggered" last week and still no word. Thx all
     
  2. kinnem

    kinnem Moderator 5-Year Member

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    I'm pretty sure you contact them to schedule your appointment. In any case it can't hurt to reach out to them.
     
  3. Capt MJ

    Capt MJ 10-Year Member

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    https://www.academyadmissions.com/admissions/the-application-process/medical-evaluation/

    Read every link and dropdown. The sequence and who does what is described at the primary source, USAFA.edu
    Hint: read all, and select “medical examinations”
    Still read all.

    If you’re the candidate, you should read every page, dropdown, link and tab on the entire site.
     
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    BBBRRRTT Banned

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    Be proactive and follow the directions. When in doubt, reach out.
     
  5. S_Austin

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    Concure will send you an email with link to a website to complete a medical history form and schedule an exam. Read the question carefully, once you sumitted a "Yes" ... you can cannot chnage the answer.
     
  6. RomanEmpire

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    I called DODMERB a few days ago and they told me that most of their systems are down as of 08/20/2018.

    Currently they are not able to send names to Concorde and we may have to wait a little bit longer before being able to complete the DODMERB.
    Remember this process is most definitely a marathon and if it is not in your control than don't worry about it to much.

    For now focus on what you can do like getting the best scores on the SAT or ACT, taking challenging classes and exercising daily.