Hello. I was looking to see if I would be okay, disqualified or can obtain a medical waiver for my medical history. I will be applying for JAG (no branch specific, I just wanna be a JAG) but wanted to know before I went through the process if I would able to join. In November of 2016, collided with another soccer player and got the symtoms of a concussion a while after the game. This was my 3rd concussion. One in 2012, and one in 2013. All for soccer. For each concussion, I never lost consciousness, no amnesia and all brain scans I got says my brain has not changed (considered mild head injuries as a result). During my third concussion, my recovery time took a bite longer than my other ones because I was not able to get the rest I needed due to when I got it. I couldn't rest enough because it was around finals so I got some headaches (not cluster headaches, migraines, or anything more than a basic headache) that continued. Since I was tired and had headaches, my concentration was somewhat off. I usually had grades around a 3.68 but that semester I didn't do well on finals and end up with a 3.5 gpa. I talked with my doctor during my normal concussion evaluation from her and we came up with a treatment plan. I participated in a ton of clubs, was a RA in college, among other things. My doctor said I needed to rest and cut down on what I do (no medicine was suggested). Once I cut down on the stuff I did, the headaches went away because I was able to get proper rest. (Around 7 hours as opposed to the 5-6 I would normally get every night). Around finals, since I was double major, I had a ton of work and sleep suffered. I would some heachaches. Idk if it had to do with staying up two nights in a row and living on Red Bull or my concussions. My doctor is not a neurologist, rather a pediatrician, just thought that it was related to the concussions. She did recommend that I go to a neurologist if the problem began to affect my daily life but it never has. I got testing accommodations for finals so I would at least be able to get some sleep. I could survive around them without them but the doctor and I thought it would be a good precaution and to not inhibit my preformance. After finals were done, the problem went away because I would get proper sleep (around 7 hours most nights). I do volunteer for a first aid squad and have done volunteer shifts overnight in highly stressful situations and my volunteering has not been impacted. The interruption did not cause a problem because it was not every night I would be volunteering. I was able to return to my normal life and survived working 13 hour days with no issues. It was just around finals I got them because I just didn't sleep at all and my recommendation of making sure I got sleep made my life return to my prior status. Now that I got accommodations (some extra time and small 5-10 breaks, purpose of accommodations was to optimize my preformance) they allow me to get some sleep, I really don't have that issue. It’s easily controlled. I do understand that recurring headaches are an issue but I'm not sure how they define recurring. I do have a family history of migraines but that is a separate issue my family has. My brother was diagnosed with the family issue when in the third grade. I have not had that issue they had. Mine is separate. Thank you for reading this.