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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

C&P Examination Templates

Are you trying to figure out what information the VA needs to assign a Military Disability Rating to your condition?

We break down how the VA rates every condition on our site, but here is another great tool.

These templates were designed by the VA to help guide their physicians through the C&P Exam.  They tell the physician what things they need to examine, what tests they need to perform, and what information they need to record in order for the conditions to be correctly rated.

These templates can also give you a good idea of how to prepare for and what to expect at your C&P Exam.

These templates don’t, however, cover every condition, and they are written for physicians, so they may be a bit tough to understand. Remember, though, that you can always find complete, simple info on every condition on our site at

1 comment:

  1. The VA has fully transitioned into no longer using these old templates. Instead, they only use Disability Benefits Questionnaires that can be found on their site: