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#1 Post by danT » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:17 pm

i've passed PRMC ,
,i got my 32 WEEKS training starting 5TH NOVEMBER 200
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#2 Post by Riggsy » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:21 pm

Well done for passing your PRMC fella :D

Havent you already had a medical along with your aptitude test though?

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#3 Post by danT » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:24 pm

YESS MATEY... I
IVE HAD MY MEDICAL AT THE AFCO... BUT
I GOT ANOTHER ONE AT CTCRM...A FULL MEDICAL

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#4 Post by Riggsy » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:28 pm

Oh it must be because your about to start the 32 weeks, they just want to double check your fully fit?

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#5 Post by danT » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:28 pm

IM WORRIED SHITT LESS BRO!!!!
ALL I NEED TO PASS IS THE MEDICAL AT CTCRM
WHEN I START MY 32 WEEKS

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#6 Post by Riggsy » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:30 pm

Whats your reason for being so worried?

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#7 Post by Fairy_Dust » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:33 pm

Take a chill pill and don't use CAPS. If you have passed PRMC and already have done a medical with your AFCO and passed it what you worried about? Unless you have been doing drugs?

From what i've heard and read the second medical is just a basic check up to make sure your OK to crack on with training.
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#8 Post by danT » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:35 pm

theres nothing to worry about
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#9 Post by AJtothemax » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:40 pm

danT wrote:IVE GIVEN UP MY JOB.. THERES NO TURNING BACK..
IM A BIT WORRIED COS A MATE OF MINE INJURED HIMSELF BEFORE STARTING HIS 32 WEEKS AND SUM HOW THE MEDICS AAT CTCRM FOUND OUT COS THEY LOOKED AT HIS MEDICAL RECCORDS THROUGH HIS GP.... I HAVE A PREVIOUS INJURY TO MY LEG...ITS BETTER NOW BUT ITS ON MY MEDICAL RECORD, IT HASNT FULLY HEALED THOUGH
Just a few words of advice, please try and use the correct spelling and punctuation sharpish ok? If I don't tell you, one of the mod's will.

I wish I could help you with regards to what you're asking but I haven't got that far yet.

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Re: I'm joining RM 5TH NOV 2007..Im worried about the medica

#10 Post by JCAP3 » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:48 pm

danT wrote:i've passed PRMC ,
,i got my 32 WEEKS training starting 5TH NOVEMBER 2007
...Im a bit worried about the medical test.
..does anyone know if they contact the CIVVY GP
.. i would prefer if they didnt look at medical records!!!......

also does anyone know what type of blood test they perform,
,if it is a simple blood type test or
a full medical screening test that searches for illnesses?????

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After arriving at CTC, after swearing the oath you are given a form to tick and sign etc. On this form you mention any injuries that you may have suffered before and whether you feel it is necessary to see the nurse about it.

DON'T SEE THE NURSE ABOUT IT or you could end up being sent home as the lady we had seemed to hate us and was more than happy to end our careers there and then.
[url=http://www.mfat.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?t=15310][b]My PRMC Diary[/b][/url]

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#11 Post by danT » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 5:53 pm

thanks .I'm not going to tell the nurse anything.
I think that's where my mate went wrong, I think that's how the medics found out about his injuries...

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#12 Post by ADDiction » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 7:05 pm

Keeping past injuries quiet? Are you sure?

Chances are they will find it out anyway, mainly because Royal Marines sometimes check out this site, and your username is Dan T.

Oh dear.... :o

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#13 Post by Wholley » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 8:28 pm

ADDiction wrote: mainly because Royal Marines sometimes check out this site, and your username is Dan T.

Oh dear.... :o
I was wondering who would pipe up first :D
Make and Mend and ten brownie points to ADDiction. :wink:

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#14 Post by azard9330 » Sun 14 Oct, 2007 10:39 pm

Mines that day too I'm dreading the medical for no reason. I just hate the fact that we've waited a while and had to work hard to get where we are and it can be over by someone not being able to tick a box not a nice thought at all I see where your coming from.
psychometric test- passed
eye test- passed
interview- passed
medical- passed
pjft- passed
prmc- passed
rt- 5th of november

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#15 Post by Stix@CTC » Tue 23 Oct, 2007 4:30 pm

CTC personnel using this forum??

No, never. Don't believe it!!!!
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