Hi, I had my PIP assessment on the 26th March, 7 months wait. I advise you discuss your very worse days. I was asked what I did for a job, I’m a chef, next question, could I prepare a nutritious meal. Interviewer found this comical, and said so you can, I replied I can, but if I am having a relapse I wouldn’t be able to or have the appetite. Luckily (ironic) I had a relapse two weeks previous, so told her I had spent three days on the sofa, my bathroom being downstairs, and all I had eaten was a chunk of cheese and a packet of cheddars. I was asked when I do a weekly shop, I don’t I just gets bits that I need. The supermarket is 50 yards from home. They asked the size of the supermarket I use, it’s a express, if I can get home without sitting down, I can’t. The assessor had come into reception before I was called not sure if it was to check me out, also asked if I would like the stairs or the lift, lift obviously. I told her I tend to live in pjs as it is easier, she said you wear a uniform for work, pull on trousers and a t-shirt essentially the same in my opinion and easy to remove as can struggle to get to the toilet in time, sorry if TMI, but you have to bare you soul. Had a series of tests at the end, moving arms, rotating ankles, pushing against her hands. Also was asked to spell World backwards. My claim was accepted and backdated and report said all I had said was backed up by my medical records. I was taken to my appointment by my Dad, there was no way I could have driven that day. I told her I only go on journeys I know, but not often as I never know how I would feel, an 8 mile drive wares me out. I was awarded standard daily living allowance but not mobility even though I am on a three year medical drivers licence. Hope this helps and sorry if I have gone on.