Guys I've just had a phone call from my AFCO informing me that I have successfully appealed my failed Medical. I won't go into the nitty gritty of what happened, but essentially I was rejected because I went to see my Doctor about feeling low a while back and I put it in the box for depression in the questionnaire when it wasn't. So far my application hasn't been too smooth. Originally I was told I couldn't join as an officer because I didn't have enough UCAS points - This was overturned as I'm in a second year of my degree, doing very well and have done a foundation course. Then I was told that as I graduate around my 30th birthday I might be too old - however after sending in my CV and a letter discussing relevant experience I was told it won't be a problem. I've still got a long way to go and I appreciate everyones case is always unique, but I just wanted to say that if you are really certain the Royal Navy is what you want in life then fight for it! Every obstacle I overcome only makes me more committed to join. Like I said you might not be as fortunate as I have been, but you won't know unless you put everything into it! Oh and thanks to Angry Doc for all his advice, it's really appreciated.