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    Sir,my medical examination was on 26/07/17.but I was done unfit in initial medical of airforce.medical examiner referred me to specialist to confirm it.but result was same.can I appeal again about it.i am sure that I am fit .Please suggest me any way as soon as.
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    I'm not sure what this has to do with A levels but you would need to say which country's air force you have applied to to have any chance of a helpful reply.
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    (Original post by Shreechand)
    Sir,my medical examination was on 26/07/17.but I was done unfit in initial medical of airforce.medical examiner referred me to specialist to confirm it.but result was same.can I appeal again about it.i am sure that I am fit .Please suggest me any way as soon as.
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    (Original post by Shreechand)
    Sir,my medical examination was on 26/07/17.but I was done unfit in initial medical of airforce.medical examiner referred me to specialist to confirm it.but result was same.can I appeal again about it.i am sure that I am fit .Please suggest me any way as soon as.
    Sir and madam surely?

    Anyway, I doubt many of us here can answer a question about the Indian Air Force's medical examination... You have chosen a UK-based student forum to ask this question? This is like the last place I would ask - and worse of all you posted in the wrong section!
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    (Original post by Shreechand)
    Sir,my medical examination was on 26/07/17.but I was done unfit in initial medical of airforce.medical examiner referred me to specialist to confirm it.but result was same.can I appeal again about it.i am sure that I am fit .Please suggest me any way as soon as.
    I don't know anything about the medical policies of the Indian Air Force, but usually the only way to make a successful appeal is to give new evidence that wasn't available at the time of the original decision. So unless you can show that the specialist did not have access to some relevant part of your medical records and if they had that would have led them to a different conclusion, there probably isn't much you can do.

    You generally can't appeal if you just don't like the decision and want someone else to take a look in the hope they come to a different decision.

    Sorry, but Air Force medicals are some of the most difficult to pass and all sorts of things that are fine for civilian life are no good for the Air Force.
 
 
 
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