It's perfectly normal to feel worried, nervous and stressed before a face to face assessment. One thing to remember is that DLA and PIP are totally different benefits, with different criteria. PIP is about how your conditions affect you against the PIP descriptors and not about a diagnosis. You say your last review? have you previously had a PIP award or were you just refused when you transferred from DLA?When applying for a benefit like PIP if you're refused then the best thing to do is request the Mandatory Reconsideration (MR) then Tribunal. Reapplying using the same evidence you previously used could see another refusal. Hopefully this time this won't happen and you will successfully be awarded. The assessment will be the same as you had previously. They will want you to confirm what you wrote on the form as well as any additional information needed. They will watch you during the assessment too so please be aware of that.May i also advise that stating you "can't cook" isn't enough of information. You need to tell them why you're unable to this activity. Would an aid help you to be able to this, a perching stool maybe? Or will it help if someone assists you to be able to cook? If none of those will help, why won't it help? what stops you from being able to do this activity? Once you've had the assessment. Wait a week and then ring DWP to request a copy of the report to be sent to you, this will give you some idea what the decision is likely to be because they mostly go with the report. Good luck.