Joining navy medical question?

#1
Hey new to this, but wanna get involved.
Anyway....

I am joining the navy in hope to get in the communications unit, but failed first psychometric test today, and will do it again in 6 months I was told I am not far off, do you think I will have enough for the warfare side if I cant get in communications?



And if I do get past all that and into my medical, my body is fine, nothing wrong with me, but near my exams not long ago I had lack of sleep and passed out during the week, I went to my GP then was refereed to Taunton hospital, by 6 weeks and exams over it stopped, and no one had an explanation for it. Well I saw this guy in Taunton and he told me he dont know come back with a whiteness in september, fist day of collage, I couldn't be bothered so I phoned up and canceled it as it was first day of collage, it has stopped now and they took far to long to help me.
I think it was due to lack of sleep, will this affect me getting in? :S

Sorry its long >.<
 

janner

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#2
As soon as someone can translate your message I'm sure you'll get some useful answers.

Welcome to the site
 

Ninja_Stoker

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#5
This is the second time this has happened to me tonight. :?

Have I just turned over two pages & lost the gist of this thread instantly, or am I sane & lucid but just reading gibberish?
 
#6
Kira5683 said:
Hello, I am new to all this, but I would like to become involved in the on-line banter and baiting that is this site (specifically I am drawn to the inspired genius that is JonnoJonno).

I hope to join the Navy as CT/CS, but being ill-prepared for the RT I sadly failed. Having a compulsory 6 month wait between tests I am wondering (if I aim low enough) if I might qualify for Warfare Branch.


I am confident in my physical abilities, without a history of injuries etc; however I recently feinted due to the pressures of exams (largely through lack of sleep and stress). My GP referred me to a specialist at Taunton Hospital to investigate my symptoms, but I did not keep the appointment.

I think I am a bit of retard, but I like it when a boy licks my bottom; it makes me giggle and explode a little from my belly.
Am I close, you skip licking retard?
 
#7
Right my main concern is the medical test.
The only problem I have ever had is passing out around my exam time, I believe this was due to stress and lack of sleep. On my medical record it will say about this but never resolved as I canceled seeing the Dr, I believe it was a waste of time. Will it affect me going in
 
#8
JonnoJonno said:
Kira5683 said:
Hello, I am new to all this, but I would like to become involved in the on-line banter and baiting that is this site (specifically I am drawn to the inspired genius that is JonnoJonno).

I hope to join the Navy as CT/CS, but being ill-prepared for the RT I sadly failed. Having a compulsory 6 month wait between tests I am wondering (if I aim low enough) if I might qualify for Warfare Branch.


I am confident in my physical abilities, without a history of injuries etc; however I recently feinted due to the pressures of exams (largely through lack of sleep and stress). My GP referred me to a specialist at Taunton Hospital to investigate my symptoms, but I did not keep the appointment.

I think I am a bit of retard, but I like it when a boy licks my bottom; it makes me giggle and explode a little from my belly.
Am I close, you skip licking retard?

Oh very funny but pretty much yes. Not to the gay thing though.
 
#9
Kira5683 said:
Right my main concern is the medical test.
The only problem I have ever had is passing out around my exam time, I believe this was due to stress and lack of sleep. On my medical record it will say about this but never resolved as I canceled seeing the Dr, I believe it was a waste of time. Will it affect me going in
You're on a wind up surely?

Pass out under pressure = liability.

Just piss off and join a self-harm group you vegetarian freak.
 
#17
You said the Taunton geezer said you should have a whiteness with you on the 1st september. I suggest that this would also be relevant for your fist day at collage in order to counter any possible blackouts you may suffer with the stress involved.
 
#18
Well the taunton guy wanted me to go back to him with someone that saw me faint, but the appointment was on the first day of collage thats one reason I am not going.
 
#20
Kira5683 said:
Well the taunton guy wanted me to go back to him with someone that saw me faint, but the appointment was on the first day of collage thats one reason I am not going.
Wouldn't it be better to have someone who had a clear view?
 

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