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TOPIC: Pip assesment

Pip assesment 1 week 6 hours ago #238672

Hi just woundering if i could have abit of advice.
I went for my pip assesment yesterday in sheffield. The lady was lovely and very down to earth. Anyway at the end of the assesment she said if i did not agree with the decision that i could ask for a reconsideration. Is this normal for the assesor to say that or isit a hint at im not eligible

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Pip assesment 1 week 3 hours ago #238677

Hi Pinkfairtale

It's always annoying when an assessor says something like that and it sounds like a loaded remark. I wouldn't read too much into it at this point. Next week I would ring up for the assessment report and then you will have an idea of what the final decision is.


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