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TOPIC: Reliability & Variability (complex question sorry)

Reliability & Variability (complex question sorry) 3 weeks 5 hours ago #194682

Alikris

I think you have misinterpreted what I said.

The legal test is;

Scoring: further provision
7.—(1) The descriptor which applies to C in relation to each activity in the tables referred to in regulations 5 and 6 is —
(a) where one descriptor is satisfied on over 50% of the days of the required period, that descriptor;

www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2013/377/regulation/7/made

I have substituted majority for "on over 50%" as it is usually easier to understand.

The "cannot" is mine and meant nothing more than "being unable to" but if you wish to substitute "never" then it would have the same meaning, you appear have ignored the words "do it" in reference to completing a PIP activity.

Gordon
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Reliability & Variability (complex question sorry) 3 weeks 3 hours ago #194691

Thank you Gordon, and thank you for your patience with my questions.

One problem is that the PIP forms use the word 'cannot (do it) ' in some of the questions, hence me confusing your use of cannot. Thanks for the link to the legislation, I've printed it out and will try to read through it.

I've got a headache now and brain fog, just can't concentrate anymore for today, I need to try to get my head clear so I can try to concentrate on make myself something to eat.

Thanks for your patience and support Gordon.
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