the grandpa story goes:
ever since 2012 i have been suffering from heart palpitations. slowly irregular heartbeat joined. admitted into a&e several times but every single time, the doctor and nurse cannot find out what is the problem despite countless blood tests and ecgs.
then i went to CMPB for the medical checkup in october 2014. i told the MO about my situation. he said he will ask the hospital for my medical report. then i was given a pes d (until january 2015).
the night before my medical check-up, i got admitted into a&e again due to heart palpitation. a memorable night cuz i woke up in cold sweat and nearly fainted in front of my parents. guess what the doctor said? "nothing is wrong with you."
two weeks after my check-up; the hospital called me to do some prolonged tests: 24 hour ecg, threadmill, more ecgs and more blood tests. even did the 2 week ecg. guess what the doctors said again? "nothing is wrong with you."
today it is already 2 months since the deadline for my pes d. i still haven't receive any updates regarding my pes status.
some basic info: i study in nyp. wil b graduating in may. managed to get exempted from napfa, cuz i cannot run without being breathless within next few minutes..
1. email cmpb, no reply. call hotline, they can't give me an answer. How next?
2. if they still cant find out what happened to me, will they give me a pes in the end?
can sum1 enlighten this confused + anxious guy here?????
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They will be scheduled for enlistment into the respective enlistment intakes based on numerous considerations such as the medical & physical fitness and educational qualifications of the individual, as well as the manpower and operational requirements of the various intakes.
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I'm currently enlisting this year may , and I'm retaking my a levels . So my After BMT we are required to force clear 5 days which leaves me with 9 days of leaves and my examination adds up to 10 days . therefore will it be possible for me to take my examination? I appreciate your reply !
try ask (or earn) for off in unit lor