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I believe that the T-score you are referring to is a validity measurement used in PTSD testing.

See http://www.avapl.org/pub/PTSD%20Manual%20final%206.pdf and search on VRIN to see the section covering this.

Hopes this helps...

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96C2P/96F2P (old MOS designations)

97E2P/37F2P (new MOS designations)

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I haven't the foggiest idea what you're talking about. What kind of C&P, for what disability/disease???


Sorry, for PTSD Review Exam!

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You will need a solid VA MH diagnosis of PTSD and also it pays to read the new PTSD criteria here in our PTSD forum.

If the stressor doesnt fall under the 'MOS, hostile activity ' part of the regulations, the VA, with enough stressor details ,will attempt to have the stressor verified by JSRRC.(Joint Services Records Research Center)

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If you're currently rated 100% for PTSD, I doubt it'll change. They usually rubber stamp the previous Dr's opinion, unless the VA is seeking to reduce. jmo


I meant a "PT SCORE OF 92". Is this good or bad? GAF is 45.

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