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TOPIC: What happens if have to stop home assessment?

What happens if have to stop home assessment? 2 weeks 2 days ago #211691

Hi,
What happens if one is not able to continue answering questions/explaining conditions as becoming too unwell and therefore
unable to go on. Will HP then close down whole application and have to start over or would one be given a second assessment?
I know unlikely, and one wants to get it over with so one may persist even though detrimental.
Possible as example only, to have a migraine on the day take pill, feel just well enough to attempt to proceed but migraine gets worse during examination? Where does one stand so to speak please?

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What happens if have to stop home assessment? 2 weeks 2 days ago #211707

Flutter-by

I can't give you a definitive answer, it may depend on how far you are through the assessment, worst case is that they will stop it and you will have to attend a second assessment, the really important thing is you explain to the assessor exactly what is happening and why you cannot continue.

Gordon
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