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To  become  a  selectee  as  an  early  candidate,  a person may need a higher FMS than regular candidates competing for the same rate.  That is because the early candidate “eligibility zone” and regular candidate “cut score”  may  be  established  at  different  FMS  levels. (See table 5-3.) Q7. DOD  manning  restrictions  determine  the number  of  advancement  quotas  early candidates may fill.  The quotas are restricted to a maximum of 20% of the total enlisted  forces for E-4 and a maximum 10% for what paygrades? HIGH-YEAR TENURE High-year  tenure  (HYT)  is  the  maximum  time allowed  between  paygrades  for  professional  growth (advancement  in  rate)  to  occur.    HYT  for  E-4  is  10 years; for E-5/6 is 20 years; for E-7 is 24 years; for E-8 is  26  years;  for  E-9  is  30  years.    Enlisted  members cannot  remain  on  active  duty  beyond  their  HYT without  an  approved  waiver  from  Navy  Personnel Command.    E-7/8/9  candidates  who  submit  a  Fleet Reserve request for their HYT will remain eligible for selection board consideration if they reach HYT by 30 June  for  E-7  and  31  August  for  E-8/9  of  the  year 5-6 Table 5-2 explains the final multiple score computation using a step-by-step process given the following known values: Results SS 56.00 PF = (PMA x 50) – 108 74.50 = (3.65 x 50) – 108 LOS 23.75 = (TAS – SIPG) + 19 = (8/03-03/06) + 19 = (04/09) + 19                 = 23.75 Sample computation for E-6 SIPG 26.00 = (2 x SIPG) + 19 = (2 x 03/06) + 19 = (7.0) + 19 = 26 Awards 02.00 1 Good Conduct PNA Pts. 01.50 Received 1.5 Pts. 183.75 When converting months to decimal equivalents for LOS and SIPG, use the following conversion table:             Month    Fraction        Month      Fraction                1        .08             7          .58                2        .17             8          .67                3        .25             9          .75                4        .33           10          .83                5        .42           11          .92                6        .50 Table 5-2.—  Sample FMS computation

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