Waiver success

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  1. Davidk6813

    Davidk6813 Member

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    I understand that every case is unique, but I am wondering if anyone had any information or even a guess at what percent of people who failed the medical test ended up getting approved on appeal. I am curious as to whether it is a long shot (25 percent or less) or is there a reasonable chance (say 50 percent)?

    I am sure that the academies do not communicate these results, but given the experience of people on these boards, there might be an intelligent estimate. Thanks.
     
  2. kp2001

    kp2001 10-Year Member

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    Waiver success is totally dependent upon the condition being evaluated.

    For some conditions it will be near 0%. For others near 100%. You can't lump them all into one category to make a statistic that means anything.
     

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