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Assessors report

Rascat0108
Rascat0108 Member Posts: 11 Listener
Hello everyone 
looking for some advice I had my f2f assessment a couple of weeks ago for a first time pip application.

On the form I completed I selected the can walk between 50 but no more than 200 meteres option this would have awarded me 4 points.

i got a copy of assessors report and she has selected the can walk 20 meteres but no more than 50 this provided 12 points. in hindsight she is correct I ticked the wrong box. 

So my question is, what will the descion maker do? Award me 12 points from her report or disregard it and just award four points based off my questionnaire?

any insight would be great 

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  • Rascat0108
    Rascat0108 Member Posts: 11 Listener
    Hello everyone 
    looking for some advice I had my f2f assessment a couple of weeks ago for a first time pip application.

    On the form I completed I selected the can walk between 50 but no more than 200 meteres option this would have awarded me 4 points.

    i got a copy of assessors report and she has selected the can walk 20 meteres but no more than 50 this provided 12 points. in hindsight she is correct I ticked the wrong box. 

    So my question is, what will the descion maker do? Award me 12 points from her report or disregard it and just award four points based off my questionnaire?

    any insight would be great 
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,452 Disability Gamechanger
    HI,

    They mostly go with the report, it's rare to go against it. You will of course need to wait for a decision to made. Hopefully not too long. Good luck.

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