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Mandatory reconsideration notice

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joannekennedy
joannekennedy Community member Posts: 12 Listener
Recieved my pip decision today and want to do mandatory reconcideration notice. Do I just send a letter why I disagree or do I need to phone them to let them know I will be sending the letter. Also would it help if I send a supporting letter from my GP
Thanks

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  • whistles
    whistles Community member Posts: 1,583 Disability Gamechanger
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    Have to requested your assessment report? 
    You will need that in order to see what the assessor felt.

    I didn't do MR as I have no other information to send. 
    Do not follow me, I don't know where I am going.
  • joannekennedy
    joannekennedy Community member Posts: 12 Listener
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    Thank you just had a look on the DWP website had a look at the form to download will do it tomorrow 
  • joannekennedy
    joannekennedy Community member Posts: 12 Listener
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    Thank you that does give me some hope. I also scored 6, there are a few things on the letter saying I had said I could do at the f2f which isn't true. Mine only lasted 15 minutes and seemed like it was rushed
  • joannekennedy
    joannekennedy Community member Posts: 12 Listener
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    Thanks for your help
  • whistles
    whistles Community member Posts: 1,583 Disability Gamechanger
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    I had a good assessor and the DM took points off. 
    But when I scored myself harshly because they will be, at best I made 6 or 7 maybe 8. I did both self assessments over different days. 
    Do not follow me, I don't know where I am going.
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