Hi guys just a quick question about the BMI measurement at medical and the rules. I've heard a couple of people say that the army has changed it's entry standard from 28 to 32. I've always been heavy for my height despite being very fit and am about a 30 at the minute with 8 weeks of beasting to go before mainboard so I hope to make the 28. I just wondered if anyone was clear on the process if you are boarderline, is it an automatic fail or do you just have a retest at pre-sandhurt tests if you pass? There was a guy at my briefing who was 5'5" and 15.5 stone! He was all muscle and no fat but they kicked up a real fuss despite him getting top times in our group for obstacles and he passed the bleep test without breaking sweat! I also met a girl on the engineer fam visit who had passed the mainboard a couple of months earlier and she failed the bleep at level 6.3 and looked well over 30bmi! Could anyone help clarify? In the mean time I shall go and nibble some lettuce leaves!