I have completed my RT and passed for M&H warfare specialist. I have my interview next Monday. I am a chef who has been in full time employment for 3 years. I suffered with ADHD at school and was medicated asuch with Methylphenidate Hydrochloride. After I left school I moved out of my parents and have been living with friends for 6 years un medicated and symptom free. About half a year ago I was offered a leading position as a full time comis chef. I decided after a few weeks that I should start taking a miniscule dose of Methylphenidate Hydrochloride again 18mg which is the smallest dose available. I did this because I know that I am better organised and more careful when I am on my medication. So I asked my GP and he said that a small dose of Methylphenidate Hydrochloride would help me out. I started taking 18mg a day and sure enough it helped loads and I excelled greatly in my new position. In regards to my application to join the royal navy. I am certain that even though I was free from medication for more than half a decade, and have only started taking it in the last few months. That I will certainly fail my medical test. And even though I shall appeal the decision both myself and with professional statements. That, with all due respect, in this still very primatively, psychologically discriminative employment process. It is highly probable that I will still fail, even in this very unique if nothing else situation that I'm in. Any advice or opinions, past experiences, knowledge would be vastly apprecited. Thank you.