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My story so far (need advise)

#1
well ive completed my selection day but in a way i didnt cos i failed on medical witch they still let me carry on with the day but needed to cheak up on something

wen i was in year 2 i had e.m witch is where u get depressed and tied
im now 17 btw

and now ive been sent to surrey for a army speshlist on feb 9th...

can some1 tell me what to expect? :S

thanks
 
#2
djbeny said:
well ive completed my selection day but in a way i didnt cos i failed on medical witch they still let me carry on with the day but needed to cheak up on something

wen i was in year 2 i had e.m witch is where u get depressed and tied
im now 17 btw

and now ive been sent to surrey for a army speshlist on feb 9th...

can some1 tell me what to expect? :S

thanks

Get help filling out any Docs they give you.

Otherwise your 'E.M.' will probably come out 'AIDs'
 
#4
Dyslexia should not prevent you getting in....
However if your condition was M E Myalgic Encephalopathy/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome) then it is quite legitimate for the medical staff at selection to seek clarification of your condition.On an optimistic note,if you were allowed to complete selection(PSSR,team tasks and run) then they were reasonably confident you wouldn't go and die on them.

The specialist will probably talk to you in the first instance,check your heart,lungs,blood pressure and then take a LARGE PAINFUL BIOPSY FROM ONE OF YOUR GONADS (only joking :D ).If you are truly recovered from this you should have no problems
 
#5
djbeny said:
well I've completed my selection day but in a way I did not cos I failed on medical which they still let me carry on with the day but needed to cheak up on something.

When I was in year 2 I had E.M which is where you get depressed and tired
I am now 17 btw

Now I have to go Surrey for a army specialist on Feb 9th...

Can some one tell me what to expect? :S

thanks
Fixed it for you.
Teenager that is tired and depressed - sounds like a modern teenager to me. Now when I was a teenager I was constantly happy and full of energy, birds, beer and the invention of internet porn AWESOME!!!!

I bet the GP gave you pills to take?
Get a second opinion and learn to spell.
 

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