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As long as the Veteran is 100 percent P and T schedular then I say yes, unless it is for PTSD.

SMC is issued for a serious disability such as loss of use of one hand and foot or for a Vet who has a single 100 percent rating along with another (or combination) that equals 60 percent. SMC S

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As long as the Veteran is 100 percent P and T schedular then I say yes, unless it is for PTSD.

SMC is issued for a serious disability such as loss of use of one hand and foot or for a Vet who has a single 100 percent rating along with another (or combination) that equals 60 percent. SMC S

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i talked to dav about this and they said mood disorder is a ratable issue and if they rate it 100 percent then that counts towards a schedular 100% but what about ptsd??

see im at 90 dav says i need 3 more ratable 10 percents or 30 percent or greater to kick the iu and go to schedular 100%

plus i still have 2 more years left on my voc rehab entitlement to and im worried about that to

see i have a bunch of stuuf going on schedular rate then smc cloth allowance i just put in so i dont know whats gonna happen to me rating wise im real nervous right now finishing c and p exams because they did audio and if your hearings improved my viet nam friend told me audio is the one the va proposes to down grade i dont know but im nervous

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i talked to dav about this and they said mood disorder is a ratable issue and if they rate it 100 percent then that counts towards a schedular 100% but what about ptsd??

see im at 90 dav says i need 3 more ratable 10 percents or 30 percent or greater to kick the iu and go to schedular 100%

plus i still have 2 more years left on my voc rehab entitlement to and im worried about that to

see i have a bunch of stuuf going on schedular rate then smc cloth allowance i just put in so i dont know whats gonna happen to me rating wise im real nervous right now finishing c and p exams because they did audio and if your hearings improved my viet nam friend told me audio is the one the va proposes to down grade i dont know but im nervous

If you receive 100 percent for schedular you can not work. Physical disabilities are look at differently. If you have loss of use of one hand and one foot you will get 100 percent schedular. Now if you work at a job which allows a lot of sitting, they don't care how fast you walk and it only requires one hand then you are capable of working and so you can work. A job such as maybe an analyst of some type etc.... would fit this situation.

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