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Preparation for Decision

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I've read a few older topics on this, but is the VA's system any more accurate than it used to be? I had my C&P on 4 May, then last week my claim went to 'Preparation for Decision' with an estimated completion date of 5/18 - 5/27. My medical records were fairly well documented for most of the injuries I'm claiming, and I submitted a nexus letter from my PCP as well as some buddy letters. It seems like it's going a lot faster than I thought, but I'm not sure. My VA regional office is in Houston if that means anything.

Thanks for running a great site (much better than the other one).

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I didn't get a copy and don't know one way or the other if it was favorable. They only had me scheduled to cover 5/7 issues I'm claiming, and it didn't take long to get through everything. Mostly range of motion type stuff with some specific questions about each condition. 

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My claim moved Prep for Decision, back to Gathering Evidence, then progressed again. I'm now at Preperation for Notification. I guess that means it's done and now I just wait until I get the letter in the mail?

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