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Hello @be6789 and welcome to the community.In any appeal both sides will present their case. Appeal courts are independent and will decide for themselves. As long as your appeal focusses on why you disagree with the DWP decision based on the criteria it is unlikley that it will be automatically rejected.
I don't no how you have been rejected for pip 9 out of ten times if u do a mandatory reconsideration letter from either a doctor or member of your family who look after u it's accepted they are rejecting like 90 percent on first application but accepting mandatory reconsideration letters