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TOPIC: PIP and answering each question as a stand-alone

PIP and answering each question as a stand-alone 1 week 5 days ago #232340

Gordon,

On another thread you said;

”Don't assume if you have said something for one activity that those assessing her will assume it is applicable to another activity, you need to provide the information everywhere it is relevant.

Which I believe answers a question I was about to pose.

Is it permissible, or indeed advisable to refer to another question or ought one simply restate anything and everything to each and every question?

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PIP and answering each question as a stand-alone 1 week 5 days ago #232345

magdelena

Personally, I would re-state the information, by referring to your answer for another activity you are assuming the person will look and will be able to understand the change in context.

Gordon
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