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CHAPTER 6 EXAMINATION PROCEDURES In  this  chapter  we  will  discuss  the  Navywide advancement  examinations  and  the  procedures  to  be followed in administering them. We will also discuss the role educational services officers (ESOs) play if assigned this duty.  Depending on the command, an ESO could be responsible for all or only a portion of the examination administration. We will cover the three basic stages of the examination  process—preexamination  procedures, examination  day  procedures,  and  post-examination procedures. PRE-EXAMINATION PROCEDURES Learning  Objectives: Identify  pre-examination procedures and identify the procedures to be followed in preparation for the administration of examinations. Before  each  examination  cycle,  ESOs  should review the pre-examination procedures outlined in the Advancement  Manual,  BUPERSINST  1430.16,  and the  relevant  NAVADMIN  message.     Examination candidates  must  be  recommended  for  advancement and must have completed all eligibility requirements. When reviewing the pre-examination procedures, be sure the following steps have been taken:    Performance tests have been made available and administered for the required ratings.    Eligibility  requirements  for  advancement  have been or will be met by the deadlines stated in the applicable   NAVADMIN   message   for   that specific examination cycle.    Examination  worksheets  have  been  completed properly.    The  complete  examination  process  has  been carried out according to the pertinent directives. Q1.   Before  each  examination  cycle,  ESOs  should review the pre-examination procedures outlined in what instruction? EXAMINATION RESPONSIBILITY The commanding officer (CO) or officer in charge (OIC)  is  ultimately  responsible  for  the  custody  and administration of Navywide examinations.  However, the   CO   with   responsibility   for   custody   and administration   of   Navywide   examinations   will designate  in  writing  those  personnel  authorized  to accept,   handle,   and   administer   Navywide examinations.   Personnel working with examinations must  have  a  current  security  clearance  that  permits them to administer classified examinations.  Normally, this  person  is  the  ESO. Responsibilities  include assigning  proctors,  administering  examinations, furnishing   the   necessary   materials,   and   giving complete instructions on examination procedures. The ESO  will  also  forward  Navywide  examinations  to other  activities  for  administration  to  personnel  who have  transferred  or  to  those  in  a  transient  or  leave status. Q2.   The  custody  and  administration  of  Navywide examinations is the responsibility of whom? APPRENTICESHIP EXAMINATIONS Apprenticeship   examinations   are   no   longer administered. PERFORMANCE TESTS The  Navy  Enlisted  Manpower  and  Personnel Classifications  and  Occupational  Standards, NAVPERS  18068,  contains  a  list  of  the  required performance   tests. Completion   of   mandatory performance tests is required before participation in a Navywide advancement-in-rate examination for some ratings.    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. DETERMINING CANDIDATES’ ELIGIBILITY TO TAKE THE ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION The ESO must order a specific test for each person; some  rates,  depending  on  sub-specialties,  have  more than  one  test  available;  and  non-designated  strikers need  to  be  recommended  for  a  specific  rate. It  is strongly  recommended  the  ESO  deliver  a  report  of personnel  who  are  time-in-rate  eligible  for  the  next exam  to  tenant  commands  and/or  department.  The 6-1

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