So I had my Army HPSP physical the other day, and the results were marked sinus bradycardia (expected because I do a lot of cardio) and "WPW pattern Type A." The coordinator of my exam told me I would have to go talk to my primary care doctor and possibly a cardiologist for confirmation. Not knowing what "WPW pattern Type A" means, I looked it up on the internet when I returned home. It's called Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, a usually benign, rarely fatal abnormality in the pathway of conduction of electricity through the heart. The symptoms were definitely something I have experienced in the past while exercising without ever having been diagnosed with the syndrome. WPW is also one of the medical disqualifiers for service. If I am diagnosed with WPW after talking to my PC doctor and maybe a cardiologist, is there any way I can still get the scholarship? Can I somehow waive that requirement because the syndrome has never turned into a life-threatening problem when it has manifested itself? Thanks for your input.