Can anyone give me some advice? I was due to go to MB at the end of January, but the weekend before I was attacked walking through town by five drunken mongs. They dislocated my shoulder and cracked my head open. I got dispensation from the 6 month deferral because of the circumstances, and now I am due to go to the board next Tuesday. Thing is, my shoulder doesnt feel like its fully healed. It is still weak and gives me pain when I try and use it. I already signed the forms to say I had no outstanding unhealed injuries; I signed those two weeks ago and I thought it might be ok by now. The biggest problem is, I cant try and defer again, because as of the 1[SUP]st[/SUP] of May I am too old under the revised age limits. What do I do? Go all the way from Aberdeen to Westbury to be sent straight back? Maybe I just have to suck it up that I wont ever get to do MB and go down the soldier route (which I would still thoroughly enjoy and find rewarding) and if I have some leadership qualities they will be noticed there? I am worried about phoning the ACA as I feel I already have been given some leeway after I was attacked.