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So i rang today to ask for a copy of my report also i asked the lady could she tell me what the assessor recommended on her report also what points she had put in the descriptors she said it doesn't say ! Of course it does the report isn't blank. God knows how you get any info out of these people lol

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    The report shows which descriptor has been chosen for each activity but it doesn't have the points.  Maybe that's what she meant.  It would be better if she'd just explained that and told you which descriptors had been chosen so you could work it out yourself.

    Hopefully you'll get the report quickly.  DWP is often very slow but I got the report very quickly.  I requested it a day after my assessment but they said at that point it hadn't been returned and put a note on the system to send it when they had it.  I think I received it three days later, something like that, I was very surprised.

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      Thanks Scally thats given me a bit of hope. Just get so frustrated when you are waiting for such an important decision
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    I've never heard of DWP telling anyone over the phone what the report says or states in all honesty. That's the reason why people ring to ask for a copy so they can read for theirself. I know you're anxious, i completely understand but there's nothing more you can do but wait. Try to relax, easier said than done, i know that too. Being anxious isn't going to help you get a decision any quicker. What it will do is make you 100 times worse xx

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