I started my application over a year ago when I got tired doing meaningless jobs and wasting away. I’ve gotten very fit with the exception of the odd shin splints flare ups and struggling with pull ups I think I’m on track to getting into a PRMC. My problem is that I’m working 50 hours a week in construction and then going up to Birmingham every weekend to see my girlfriend and then back on sunday evening ready to do it all over again. Finding it tough to find time for the gym but also need money to get by in the meantime. I was medically rejected for migraines even though my GP has helped in my appeal I have to redo the medical process and the eye tests before I can actually do the PJFT. I want this career because its a far cry from the bureaucracy and dull nature of “civvie street” but I don’t think I’ve ever had to jump through as many hoops as I have been the past year and a bit. I’m hoping that when I put my appeal through that I’ll be accepted and it’ll all be worth it. Just wondering if anyone else is having a similar experience or had it when they applied? It’s a bit demoralising when all I want to do is get in and see what I can do and prove myself when I just feel like I’m getting nowhere. I’d give anything to be one of the lads who’s posting that they have their PRMC coming up in a few weeks.