Really it all depends on your raw score. You say you are 90, but are you actually 90? Anything from 85 to 94 could be a 90.
So, if you have a raw score of 85-92 the plus 30 would get you only up to 94, which would be rounded down to 90.
If your raw score is 93, then a 30 will get you 100.
And if your raw score is 94, then all you really need is a 10.
Would need to know all of your disabilities you currently have to see what your raw score is before VA math.
Marine,you need to be present at the C&P exam, not myself.
The rater calls for the C&P exam. The request goes to the VA medical center. The medical center schedules the exam. The medical exam is preformed by the medical center or subcontracted out to QTC, just depends upon where your medical center is located. Any complaints by the veteran are to be addressed to the patient advocate of that medical center.
One reason or a big reason to file all your claims and not wait is to get that EED going rather or not your denied , when you do win they go back for your retro pay to date you filed or in some cases the date the disability arosed or first started.
I was awarded 70% for PTSD and have the option to apply for IU. I was wondering if I would start getting pay for my 70% along with retro or will they wait for me to submit my IU form? I normally wouldn't mind the wait, but I am homeless and my claim went from prep for notification back to gathering of evidence. Thanks