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APPRENTICESHIP EXAMINATIONS T h e    N a v a l    M i l i t a r y    P e r s o n n e l    M a n u al (MILPERSMAN)  gives  commanding  officers  the authority  to  advance  qualified  enlisted  personnel  to E-2  and  E-3  without  numerical  limitations.    No examination  is  required  for  advancement  to  E-2. However, commands have the option of administering E-3 apprenticeship examinations for AN, FN, and SN. The  examinations  consist  of  150  questions  and  are administered  and  graded  on  a  pass/fail  basis  by  the command:    100  questions  are  on  the  specific apprenticeship  and  50  questions  on  general  military requirements.  These examinations are prepared at the N a v a l   E d u c a t i o n   a n d   T r a i n i n g   P r o f e s s i o n al Development and Technology Center (NETPDTC) by chief  petty  officers  from  ratings  associated  with  the apprenticeships. Those  who  graduated  from  the  Apprenticeship Training  Program  (ATP)  satisfy  the  requirement  for completion of the AN/FN/SN course for advancement to E-3.   Examinations and scoring keys are available on request from the NETPDTC. Q8. An apprenticeship examination contains a total of how many questions? Q9. On  an  apprenticeship  examination,  how  many questions  are  supported  by  the  specific apprenticeship? Q10. On  an  apprenticeship  examination,  how  many questions   are   supported   by   military requirements? Q11. SN, FN, and AN examinations and scoring keys are available on request from what activity? PERFORMANCE TESTS The  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and  Personnel Classifications  and  Occupational  Standards , NAVPERS  18068,  contains  a  list  of  the  required performance  tests.    Completion  of  the  mandatory performance tests is required before participation in a Navywide advancement-in-rate examination and must be  performed  during  completion  of  personnel advancement requirements (PARs).  Performance tests are  graded  locally  on  a  pass/fail  basis.    Successful completion of the performance test is entered in the person’s service record on NAVPERS 1070/604. Q12. The  performance  tests  required  for  certain ratings can be found in what publication? DETERMINING CANDIDATES’ ELIGIBILITY  TO TAKE THE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION Before  examinations  are  ordered,  recommenda- tions  for  advancement  should  be  solicited  from  the departments  through  the  use  of  recommendation forms.  (Although no standard form is used for this purpose, figure 6-1 is an example of a form that can be used.)    The  eligibility  of  all  candidates  should  be verified  by  a  comparison  of  the  information  on  the forms with the information in their service records. A deadline for the completion of all requirements before  the  examination  date  is  normally  set  by  a NAVADMIN.  The deadline is usually the first of the 6-2 Figure 6-1.—  Recommendation for advancement/mil/lead form.

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