I was appointed to USAFA Class of 2017. Over the past year or so I've been in a depressed state. At first I didn't really recognize it, and then I wrote it off as just temporary feelings in a turbulent time of life, but over the past few months it worsened considerably to the point where I started seeing a psychologist. It was only in the past few weeks where we could reasonably understand the feelings, and in the past week where we learned their implications for USAFA. Not really the best time to learn of this stuff. We learned from DoDMERB that at this point we should not report these issues before heading out to the academy. Rather, they said we should wait until I am assigned a physician during BCT and given a physical to report the new issues, at which point the waiver process would begin, though I would not find out if I am still qualified or not for 1-2 months (BCT would probably be finished). What is the likelihood of receiving the waiver, even with a positive letter from my psychologist saying I'm ready to go? I mean not to burden anyone with my own personal problems, but to gather as much information as I can to make an informed choice. Thank you for any advice you have.