After my initial exam this was the result: R220.00 - Provide copies of all medical and surgical records regarding left foot problem, ankle problem, and use of orthotics. R254.20 - 3-day blood pressure check D155.70 - Myopia - Refractive error greater than - 8.00 diopters (spherical equivalent) The left foot problem is really nothing big, a few years ago my ankle started popping whenever I walked on it, no pain, just noise. So I got it looked at, ended up getting orthopedics for a while. I stopped using it about a year ago. The popping doesn't affect performance at all. I run cross country and it's given me no problems. After sending in the medical records about it though, I now have R251.30 - REPEAT evaluation(s) at Military Treatment Facility regarding popping of tendon in left ankle. Should be seen by military podiatrist or orthopeadic surgeon. so now I have to do that. I haven't received the letter giving me authorization to get it done at a MTF, what should I do? I am a military dependent, but tricare takes forever. After USMA reviewed me for a waiver they requested R152.02 - Obtain a dilated fundoscopic exam which I am getting done tomorrow. Should be good results, when I had one done in may I was told my eyes were fine. Unfortunately, I have somewhat high blood pressure. Is that a DQ that can be waived often? I think I'm pretty much asking what you think my chances of a waiver for everything is. I'm a very competitive candidate, I have an LOA for USMA and am hoping for one from USNA, and am in the final stages of AROTC scholarship process, also applying NROTC, AFROTC, and USAFA. From what I've heard you're more likely to get a waiver the more competitive you are.