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salam. i have to come to know that the final medical after issb in Army is very much tough. as they check every minor details and can reject candidate too. Recently i have come to know that a guy has successfully recommended for issb and when he appeared for medical. They said that your 2 front teeth (the sharp ones. one on right and left above.) are lengthy. and some are rejected due to irregular shape of teeth.(thoray tairhay mairay daant). so is it that tough really? need suggestions please
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From wherever you heard it, yes it is true and it is that much tough which you have already told the scenario in your comment. When I came back after availing my 2nd chance of ISSB(125 PMA L/C) then a roommate who had been selected, met me in the market and was sharing his experience and was also telling me that the medical board had rejected a few candidates just because they had little tooth problem. So brother bring it to your notice that the medical examination of the our armed forced are not easy to make it through.
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That is ridiculous, my brother recently got commission in PAF as an aeronautical engineer.
They send people to get whatever the problem is to be fixed in 2 weeks, because the candidates that are chosen after ISSB are considered important. If the problem is treatable they select you.
Whoever is giving false information should stop, as far as I can remember teeth can be fixed, so why would they eliminate such a candidate?


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That is ridiculous, my brother recently got commission in PAF as an aeronautical engineer.
They send people to get whatever the problem is to be fixed in 2 weeks, because the candidates that are chosen after ISSB are considered important. If the problem is treatable they select you.
Whoever is giving false information should stop, as far as I can remember teeth can be fixed, so why would they eliminate such a candidate?


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"as far as I can remember teeth can be fixed" you're saying as if you have appeared before medical board and you have had an experience of undergoing a medical examination after passing ISSB test. It's not a civil service, it's ARMED FORCE and their medical test are quite tough to get through. You only heard it from your brother that teeth can be fixed but you don't even know what kind of teeth can be fixed. And sister nobody is giving false information here and I request you to stop proving others wrong just on behalf of the information of yours in case if it differs from others.

I have shared my experience and I can swear to God that what I have shared here is true and heard it from my friend who was selected in army.

"so why would they eliminate such a candidate?" They don't bother to reject anyone on behalf of being medically unfit and they don't compromise on rules they have made for selection because after all armed forces personals are superior to everyone so criteria should be hard.

All I am saying this is because I have had an experience, and I have been through the process, and you never appeared for any ARMED FORCES test but still you want to present your facts as if they are unambiguous.
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You better use good words. I would never comment here if you would not have used a word "ridiculous" and you would not have said to me "stop giving false information". I came here again just to prove that I was not spreading false information.

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dear bro you are mature there is not need to get angry. we are here to discuss just. I second you the medical is really tough
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I didn't get angry I was just trying to clear the confusion which was raised earlier because someone raised concerns over the information which was shared by me.

Though I didn't get angry but being mature doesn't mean that one can't get offended.
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I didn't get angry I was just trying to clear the confusion which was raised earlier because someone raised concerns over the information which was shared by me.

Though I didn't get angry but being mature doesn't mean that one can't get offended.
First of all, I didn't mean to offend anyone at all.
I didn't even reply to you Mr.Bilal. I was talking to faheem as he has mentioned teeth too.If anyone here should be offended then that is him.

You just automatically assumed that I was calling your information "ridiculous"(which is not a bad word in my humble opinion).
But I wasn't,I don't even remember reading your comment.

I was just trying to help him, and that is all I did.
I am sure your information is correct, but there are always exceptions. Have a good day



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You could have used @ sign & name or something else in the beginning of your comment so I that could know whom you were addressing to , and I thought in the first place that you were giving response to my comment. Anyway, we better leave it
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salam. i have to come to know that the final medical after issb in Army is very much tough. as they check every minor details and can reject candidate too. Recently i have come to know that a guy has successfully recommended for issb and when he appeared for medical. They said that your 2 front teeth (the sharp ones. one on right and left above.) are lengthy. and some are rejected due to irregular shape of teeth.(thoray tairhay mairay daant). so is it that tough really? need suggestions please
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That is ridiculous, my brother recently got commission in PAF as an aeronautical engineer.
They send people to get whatever the problem is to be fixed in 2 weeks, because the candidates that are chosen after ISSB are considered important. If the problem is treatable they select you.
Whoever is giving false information should stop, as far as I can remember teeth can be fixed, so why would they eliminate such a candidate?


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My Brother is in PMA. As per the information passed by him, all those defects which can be overcome are treated freely in MH or CMH. Many of my Brother's ISSB mates got their noses operated freely at the spot
So, if they see such defect they usually operate it.
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