Hi, When i was 10 years old i was diagnosed as having asperger's syndrome. While i had quite a lot of problems from it at a younger age, I'd say that i'm a completely different person now, many of my symptoms have reduced significantly and I no longer have any problems of any kind. I am now a month shy of my 17th birthday and had reached part-way through the application process (done the BARB, english and numeracy tests and got very good scores on all of them, sent off my medical forms) only to receive a letter telling me that i have been medically rejected, the letter stated that because soldiers have limited access medical care and attention while on operations. Now, i've never needed any kind of medication or medical support, and i'm convinced that i would have absolutely no problem with anything i could go through in the army. The letter stated that i have the right to appeal, and i suppose my question really is what do i need to do to appeal and what information do i need to find? At a guess, i suppose i'd have to get assessed by some sort of specialist (I'm convinced that if I did this i'd be confidently told there are no problems), would this be enough evidence to successfully appeal? Hopefully there are other members on this board who have been through the same process for similar problems and would be able to offer advice, cheers.