My roommate had the same sort of thing. At OCS, if you read high, they'll have you come back for the next 3 days to get different readings. He was still reading somewhat high when we got to Pensacola so they gave him an at-home cuff to wear, and it took a reading every 15 minutes. He brought it back a few days later if I recall. Definitely not a disqualifier if it's within a reasonable range.Wow I had no idea they would work with you that much at OCS. I was under the impression that a couple high readings (even borderline) would completely DQ you from any aviation jobs. So in your experience, what happened after you had multiple high readings and saw the doctor? Did he put a cuff on you or something?