PIP decision time

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hi all, I had my pip face 2 face assessment with ATOS on 20th september,and at the end the assessor told me that he is going to recommend higher rates for me. And I got a text from dwp 21st to say they had all the info to make a decision. On 8th october I received a letter from dwp say they had all the info to make a decision. 

 just I'm wonder if anyone knows how long it takes them to make a decision ?. thanks.

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    Hi I had a letter on the 3rd October and was told when I rang on Friday the 7th that I would have a text/letter with decision Wednesday 12th I don't know how he came to that decision Friday afternoon as he also said their was no decision on the system??? So I will wait and see what happens.

    I hope you get a good result.

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    hi does anyone know if it right that on your assessment report for every dot /tick in sections is two points
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      In daily care 2 points is usually the lowest award for a descriptor expect for monitoring a health condition where it is 1.

      The highest individual awards are 8 points per descriptor expect for taking nutrician where it is 10 points, Communicating verbally where it is 12 points and Budgetting decisions where it is 6 points.

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    For me it took them 4days after telling me thay had all info they needed
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      i get text one day after f2f . also On 8th october I received a letter from dwp say they had all the info to make a decision.   
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