Waiver Q


10-Year Member
5-Year Member
Nov 5, 2008
Is it even possible to be granted a waiver for history of anxiety?

I know the question is very broad and it depends on alot of other things, but has the waiver been granted before?
Extremely broad. U'd be better served sending me the details and if you've already taken your exam, your full name and last 4 of your SSN to Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil. That way I could be far more accurate

Yes, it can be waived, but that answer carries almost no weight becasue it is so situationally/indivdually dependent.

An example would be a death in the family; that maybe required medication, hospitalization, counseling, and/or other type treatment. It happend when the applicant was 12----Treated thru 14--Then from 14-18 today, all demonstrated activities, academics, athletics, socialization, and emotional stability has proven to be totally "normal," the waiver authorities "could" tend to view that favorably.:thumb: