Hi . I'm 18 and I'm going for ns checkup soon just a few question I want to know before going for the check up .
Q1 - Are we able to keep fringe for photo taking or should comb up?
Q2 - when having urine test are we allow to go toilet to urine in the tube?
Q3 - what kind of attire should I wear? Sport shorts or berm?
Q4 - I heard we got to strip naked infront of the people to check our private part are we going to walk around with our underwear/boxers? Or we can wear our pants on?
Q5 - Which section we have to take off our shirt?
Q6 - when checking our private part , 1 by 1 or Afew people together?
I hope someone can answer my question soon! Thank you!
1) comb up
2) go toilet do
4) no , the MO wont ask u to strip naked.
5) maybe after the dental check
6) 1 by 1
I heard when we are going to have our private part check , we have to keep our shirt and pant in the locker . And we will be waiting with our underwear/boxers only . Isit true?
Don't remember taking off my jeans lea.
Whatever scenario no need scared everyone doing the same.
Just remember to downpes. 2 years over still got 10 years
Thank you . Because I might feel awkward if I have to walk around with my boxers on only ><
no la they onli ask u to take off shoes/sock and shirt nia
pants still on
Okay . Thank you!!
Wearing underwear or boxer will be better?
Boxers are underwear so your question is confusing!
I mean 3 leg or 4 leg underwear?
they wont ask u to strip naked la
Originally posted by Ben_ang96:
I mean 3 leg or 4 leg underwear?
You should wear a thong
@TS, at the photo taking section, the guy will spray water and comb all your fringe up. So if you want to take a photo to your liking, get a decent hair cut and make sure all is good before they do their job.
For the urine test, you will be given a tube and do it in toilet but all the cubicles will be locked.
Sports short or berms will be fine.
If I hadnt remember wrongly, we wore our pants into the room to get check. Only in the room then will we be asked to lower our pants on a 1 by 1 basis.
At the X-ray station, we will be require to remove our tops.
Chill TS, hope this helps!
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Prior to enlistment, all pre-enlistees have to undergo a thorough medical examination at the Medical Classification Centre (MCC) within the Central Manpower Base (CMPB). This examination allows the medical fitness of a pre-enlistee to be assessed and this subsequently determines his Physical Employment Status (PES).
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