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Answer Sheets One answer sheet is provided in the back of each NRTC.  This sheet may be duplicated for local use (fig. 4-2).  You can also order answer sheets, NAVEDTRA 1430/5,  from  NAVICP  by  SN  0502-LP-216-0100. Resubmitted  answer  sheets  may  also  be  reproduced locally. Answer Keys The  local  command  administers  and  grades enlisted courses.  Answer keys may be ordered ONLY by the U.S. Navy command’s ESO with a valid unit identification code (UIC).  ESOs may order ONLY one (1)  answer  key  for  each  course  administered  at  that command.  Answer keys are obtained using the same ordering  procedures  for  TRAMANs  and  NRTCs. ANSWER  KEYS  ARE  NOT  ORDERED  FROM NETPDTC.  All answer keys must be controlled and maintained by a commissioned officer or an ESO at all times.  The ESO retains the NRTC answer keys listing the correct answer to each question. Correspondence  course  answer  keys  must  be closely controlled.  Original answer keys and locally duplicated  copies  of  answer  keys  require  the  same s e c u r i t y  a s  a d v a n c e m e n t  e x a m i n a t i o ns (BUPERSINST 1430.16).  Report loss of answer keys in the same manner as reporting a lost advancement examination.    Destroy  answer  keys  using  local instructions  for  destroying  classified  material.    A commissioned  officer  or  a  designated  civilian  ESO should  keep  them  in  a  locked  safe  and  closely supervise  access  to  them.    Such  control  and supervision are not meant to affect any of the following situations: Divisional  subcustody  of  answer  keys  to commissioned officers Actual  grading  by  selected  enlisted  personnel, under the direct and continuous supervision of a commissioned officer or designated ESO Local duplication of answer keys, provided they receive the same security as the originals Q4. How many answer sheets are located in the back of each NRTC? GRADING OF COURSES Each  command  ESO  normally  administers  and grades courses for active-duty enlisted personnel and Ready  Reservists.    The  passing  score  for  all assignments and courses is 3.2.  A student who gets a failing score on any assignment is required to rework failed  assignments.    The  maximum  score  on resubmissions is 3.2. ESOs record and report grades as follows: Officer—   Page 1070/613 Enlisted—   Page 1070/604 Naval  Reserves  report  grades  via  Reserve Standard   Training   Administration   and Readiness Support (RSTARS) Do not return graded answer sheets to the student. Graded answer sheets are destroyed by the ESO. ESOs at Naval Reserve centers, naval air stations, and  other  Reserve-affiliated  activities  should  ensure that  inactive-duty  reservists  receive  the  appropriate retirement points for the courses they take.  The ESO should  refer  to  NAVEDTRA  12061  to  verify  proper retirement point credit. Q5. What is the passing score for all assignments and courses? OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS AND NAVAL STANDARDS Learning  Objectives: Identify  naval  standards  and occupational standards; determine the purpose of each set of standards. Volume  I  of  the  Manual  of  Navy  Enlisted Manpower  and  Personnel  Classifications  and Occupational  Standards,  NAVPERS  18068,  fully describes  both  occupational  standards  and  naval s t a n d a r d s .     B e f o r e   p r e p a r i n g   p e r s o n n e l   f or advancement,  the  ESO  should  know  the  difference between  an  occupational  standard  and  a  naval standard. OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS Occupational  standards  (OCCSTDs)  are  the minimum skills required for each rating. They form the foundation  for  the  training,  advancement,  and  dis- tribution of all Navy enlisted personnel.  OCCSTDs for the  lower  paygrades  cover  routine  tasks;  OCCSTDs for  progressively  higher  paygrades  cover  more difficult  tasks  and  tasks  requiring  additional experience or involving supervision.  However, proper authority may call upon personnel of any rating or rate to  perform  any  task  or  duty,  depending  upon  the circumstances of the local command.  OCCSTDs do not 4-5

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