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Cm Burns

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  1. stressing about my c and p exam

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    2. Commander Bob

      Commander Bob

      it seems to come with the territory... You are not alone.

    3. Tbird

      Tbird

      Just be honest and have a conversation with them. Answer their questions the best you can, if you don't understand something tell them that and ask them to explain the question a different way.

    4. retiredat44

      retiredat44

      I felt is if there was no way they could have read all my records and probably had no clue that I have enough records to spends months reading and a truck to haul them in.. so I felt shortchanged before I stepped into the c&p exam room... I still have no idea if the doctors read all my records..

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