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I was wondering if there is special procedure before taking the medical i.e. no eating/drinking coffee/etc. etc...

***I remember when I sign up for life insurance to take my medical the requirement..no food after midnight not even drinking coffee...lol*** I’m assuming it probably the same?? :bonk:

I know for female they cannot have their medical while in period. lol how about for male?


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I was wondering if there is special procedure before taking the medical i.e. no eating/drinking coffee/etc. etc...

***I remember when I sign up for life insurance to take my medical the requirement..no food after midnight not even drinking coffee...lol*** I’m assuming it probably the same?? :bonk:

I know for female they cannot have their medical while in period. lol how about for male?

> He should practice turning his head and coughing. :jest:

> He should borrow a man-purse so he can hide a snack in it. Manong guard doesn't check purses! :D

> Take a sweatshirt. It's cold in there! :o

> Take a ball pen. it will speed things up. :yes:

> Go on a Tuesday or a Wednesday when they aren't so busy. That way, he can sleep in until nine, have a leisurely breakfast, and still complete his exam. :yes:

> Answer all the questions honestly, even though admitting to past illegal drug use will usually lead to a visa denial. :whistle:


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> He should practice turning his head and coughing. :jest:

> He should borrow a man-purse so he can hide a snack in it. Manong guard doesn't check purses! :D

> Take a sweatshirt. It's cold in there! :o

> Take a ball pen. it will speed things up. :yes:

> Go on a Tuesday or a Wednesday when they aren't so busy. That way, he can sleep in until nine, have a leisurely breakfast, and still complete his exam. :yes:

> Answer all the questions honestly, even though admitting to past illegal drug use will usually lead to a visa denial. :whistle:

HA HA HA GOOD ONE :rofl::rofl::rofl:

> He should practice turning his head and coughing. :jest:

> He should borrow a man-purse so he can hide a snack in it. Manong guard doesn't check purses! :D

> Take a sweatshirt. It's cold in there! :o

> Take a ball pen. it will speed things up. :yes:

> Go on a Tuesday or a Wednesday when they aren't so busy. That way, he can sleep in until nine, have a leisurely breakfast, and still complete his exam. :yes:

> Answer all the questions honestly, even though admitting to past illegal drug use will usually lead to a visa denial. :whistle:

HA HA HA GOOD ONE :rofl::rofl::rofl:


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> He should practice turning his head and coughing. :jest:

> He should borrow a man-purse so he can hide a snack in it. Manong guard doesn't check purses! :D

> Take a sweatshirt. It's cold in there! :o

> Take a ball pen. it will speed things up. :yes:

> Go on a Tuesday or a Wednesday when they aren't so busy. That way, he can sleep in until nine, have a leisurely breakfast, and still complete his exam. :yes:

> Answer all the questions honestly, even though admitting to past illegal drug use will usually lead to a visa denial. :whistle:

nyehehehehee :rofl::rofl:

thanks for the info :rofl::rofl:


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One good advise is to register online in st lukes ext clinic website. I went there last monday aug 13, arrived 630am the guard gave me number 43 bec i showed my online registration form. For those with no online registration the number queue was 200++ already at 0630am.

So just register online!


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One good advise is to register online in st lukes ext clinic website. I went there last monday aug 13, arrived 630am the guard gave me number 43 bec i showed my online registration form. For those with no online registration the number queue was 200++ already at 0630am.

So just register online!

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One good advise is to register online in st lukes ext clinic website. I went there last monday aug 13, arrived 630am the guard gave me number 43 bec i showed my online registration form. For those with no online registration the number queue was 200++ already at 0630am.

So just register online!

I will pre-register for him now. Thanks for reminder...I almost forgot about it lol I was doing it for him yesterday but I needed some info that I don’t have lol


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