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JuanP

Spinal C & P Exam Worksheet

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Does anyone have this worksheet, or a copy of it?

The links I have tried are broken, or don't exist..

I have a C & P exam on Monday and I would like to know what to expect.. These are the links that I have tried.

On this page http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/21/Benefits/exams/index.htm I got this

The page cannot be found ( http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/21/Benefits/exams/disexm53.pdf)

It seems like there is a pdf for all the exams except for the spine.

Thanks.

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I get the same error as you.

Here are some tips from the main Hadit page. These are very helpful.

Do's and Don'ts for your VA Compensation and Pension Exam

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Vync, thank you for that. I read it yesterday while looking around. While valuable information, it falls into my personality anyway so it was more or less a reinforcement of my norm, so that is good.

A note to all who read: I am still trying to get this worksheet. So please let me know if you have it or find it. In the mean time I am browsing the other sheets (and saving them to my computer ) to get an idea of how they go about these things. So please, don't assume that maybe I have found this, the stress is setting in and of coarse I waited till the last minute to do a hard research for it. I have two C&P exams this month and thought that the one for my spine would be the second of the two.

Thank you, once again for your help.

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Pete,

That is the link for the brain and spinal cord exam. I think Juan is looking for the 's the exam for Spine (Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar) worksheet.

I tried again, but the link is still dead. I remember reading that the VA was going to be updating some C&P exams, but I don't know if this is why the old exam is not posted on their site.

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VYNC, I understand that, I was just hoping that this may help or shed some light.

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