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Examination Day Procedures - 14083a_74
must  follow  certain  requirements,  each  advancement cycle, for these two paygrades.   Approximately mid to late  August  each  year,  commands  receive  the NAVADMIN  message,  which  provides  the  basic eligibility requirements for senior and master chief petty officers.  It also provides information and procedures to be used for that particular advancement cycle. RECOMMENDED TIME SCHEDULE FOR ADMINISTRATION OF EXAMINATIONS The  commanding  officer  of  each  activity schedules   the   exact   time   of   day   Navywide examinations  will  be  administered.    However,  the commanding  officer  must  not  allow  candidates  to exceed  the  time  limit  of  3  hours  for  Navywide examinations or allow them to take any breaks.  Take care that nearby activities do not conduct examinations at  such  time  that  compromise  is  possible.    Unless deviation is necessary, follow this schedule: 0730    Candidates muster (military ID cards required). Proctors muster at the same time. 0745    After candidates are seated, sealed examinations, worksheets, and all other materials required for administering the examination are distributed. 0800    The General and Verbatim Instructions for the Administration  of  Navywide  Advancement Examinations  are  read  (verbatim  instructions are  provided  by  NETPDTC). The  verbatim instructions  tell  candidates  how  to  fill  in  the answer sheets from the information provided on the  worksheets,  as  well  as,  other  pertinent information. 0830    The  examination  begins. TIME  LIMIT:  3 HOURS. 1130    The examination ends. 6-9 (Days below may be changed as announced) RATE ACTIVE DUTY INACTIVE DUTY NAVAL RESERVIST MARCH SEPTEMBER FEBRUARY AUGUST PO1 1st Tuesday 1st Thursday During month During month PO2 2nd Tuesday 2nd Thursday PO3 3rd Tuesday 3rd Thursday CPO JANUARY FEBRUARY 3rd Thursday During month NOTES: 1.     All TAR personnel will take the same examination as other active duty personnel, but will compete for vacancies within the personnel allowance of the TAR program. 2.    CANREC personnel on continuous active duty for 1 year or more will also participate in the active duty examination, but will compete for vacancies with the personnel allowance of their respective programs. 3.     Drilling Naval Reservists and personnel on Annual Training (AT) or Active Duty Training (ADT) will participate in the inactive examination and compete for vacancies within the Selected Reserve community. 4.     ADSW|OYR personnel will participate in the inactive duty examination regardless of length of continuous active duty and will compete for vacancies within the Selected Reserve community. 5.     Inactive Reserve candidates  will participate in the E-4 through E-7 Selected Reserve examinations during the months of February and August, or as announced in the respective NAVADMIN. Table 6-1.—Advancement-in-Rate Examination Schedule

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