I applied for the army in February and only last week heard anything back. This was because of the new process of applying for the Army. They have gone to a new online based way of doing it. I was sent my medical forms last week (24-4-13) and filled them in straight away. There were some questions that were a little misleading and i was unsure how to answer them. And as there were only yes, no, boxes. There was a question on the form that said 'do you suffer from palpations, breathlessness or chest pain during regular exercise' I said yes, as i do suffer palpations, but in everyday life, not during exercise. I have had an ECG and blood tests to prove that there is nothing wrong with my chest and it is just something i have. This does not stop me from training, as i do Thai Boxing, or slow me down in any way. Other questions i ticked yes for were from knee pain and migraines. I felt obligated to tick yes for these as i have suffered these and wanted to be truthful. As before and after i filled in the forms it said, all details given must be the truth as if they do not match your medical records your application could be taken no further. As it goes i recieved an email to say my application would be taken no further as i do not meet the correct requirments for the army. I do not feel this is fair, from a closed question questinnaire. I have the right to appeal this, and would like some advise.