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Hi everyone, I am new here and need a little help, my husband applied for PIP 18th December 2019, he had his F2F 14th Feb 2020, he had a text message 20th Feb from DWP to say they had the assessors report, the he had a letter dated 3rd March saying they had all they need, we telephoned DWP 18th March 2020 to be told it has been assigned to a DM but they hadn't looked at it yet so I asked for a copy of the report which they were reluctant to send but we have got it today, I have been through it and although there are things in there that was not said it wasn't to bad and after working through it and cross referencing to the points system for PiP have worked out he has scored 9 points for Daily living and 12 points for getting around. My question is as I see here about points etc has everyone had to work it out themselves by going through the descriptors or was the points on your report already, sorry for the odd question just unsure about these things. Thanks in advance.
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