I'm not trying sound rude, but except for posts that ask: "What are my chances of getting into the academy"? The next silliest question(s) are: "Does XXXXX mean I will/could be DQ'd. Why are these questions silly? Simple. Because there isn't ONE (1) person on this entire forum or at the academies who can answer the question for you. So why even ask it? Doesn't matter what your grades, health, etc... are . If you DON'T apply to the academy, then you have a 100% chance of NOT receiving an appointment. If you DO APPLY, then you have a "CHANCE" of receiving an appointment. If you have a medical issue, then your medical exam and/or DODMRB review will determine if you are good to go or require a waiver; and then the academy will either approve or not approve the waiver. It makes absolutely no sense to ask if you're going to be DQ'd. WE DON'T KNOW!!! No one does. You apply; then you find out. It's really that simple. Now; if you're simply trying to figure out whether or not you're wasting your time applying if the chances are low; then you obviously don't really want the academy and military life. If you did; then you'd apply,,,, no matter WHAT anyone else said. You'd cling on to every bit of hope available. Now; are there SOME medical conditions that we can answer 100% guaranteed that you will not be accepted to the academy? Yes. If you are pregnant when you report on "I-Day", you WILL NOT be allowed to continue. If you are in a wheel Chair and are paralyzed from the neck down on "I-Day", you WILL NOT be allowed to continue. So yes, there are some absolutes. But no one is asking those questions. Broken fingers, broken arms, asthma, ADHD, some 15 syllable disease, etc... The answe is, has always been, and will ALWAYS BE; "WE DON'T KNOW". If you want to attend the academy, then apply. If you think you're wasting your time, then don't waste the academy's time and DON'T apply. It really is that simple.