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Advancement-in-Rate Examination Schedule
   Ensure all materials required to administer the exam are available.    Provide  secure  stowage  for  examinations  and related examination materials.    Ensure   a   copy   of   the   latest   examination instructions,  the  latest  NAVADMIN  message, and  the  general  and  verbatim  instructions  are available. Approximately 10 days before the scheduled date of the examination, ESOs should:    Ensure all examinations are accounted for.    Ensure that an examination is available for each candidate with a worksheet.  If necessary, obtain an  examination.  Comply  with  BUPERSINST 1430.16,   concerning   duplicate   use   of   an examination   or   order   of   a   substitute examination.    Ensure that no more than two candidates will use the same examination booklet.    Recheck  the  worksheets  for  errors  and  make needed corrections.    Prepare a seating arrangement that will provide maximum  comfort  consistent  with  the  space accommodations. The  seating  should  be arranged    so    those    candidates    taking examinations in the same ratings do not sit next to or across from one another. Seat candidates so classified material is not subject to compromise.    Advise  commands  to  revise  watchbills  and special duty assignments, and so on, to prevent candidates  from  being  penalized  by  lack  of sleep,  late  reporting,  and  so  forth,  and  to decrease  or  eliminate  the  need  for  substitute examinations. On  the  day  examinations  are  administered,  the ESO will ensure that each candidate is provided any or all of the following materials:    Candidate’s completed worksheet.    One unopened examination for the appropriate rating and paygrade.    One answer sheet.  Only the NETPDTC 1430/2, answer sheets is authorized.   The NAVADMIN announcing the examinations, normally identify the color of the answer sheet.    Scratch  paper. Normally,  two  sheets  are sufficient. The  proctors  can  provide  more  if needed.    Two lead pencils.  Candidates MUST use a #2 or electrographic black lead pencil.  Using a pencil other  than  #2  or  electrographic  may  cause  the answer sheet to be improperly processed.    A smooth, firm surface on which to complete the answer sheet.  Completing answer sheets on any type of soft table covering will result in marks that will not be properly processed.    Two  maneuvering  board  sheets  (DMA  Form 5090),   parallel   rules,   and   dividers,   as appropriate, for BM, ET (submarine), FT, MN, OS,  QM,  and  SM  candidates. Bearing  rate computer for FT candidates.    Two  sheets  of  musical  manuscript  paper  for candidates taking the MU examination.    U.S.  Navy  calculator  or  slide  rule  for  vertical aerial photography for PH and IS candidates. Candidates  may  use  log  tables  and  slide  rules. Musicians  are  NOT  authorized  to  use  “musical  slide rules.” Quartermasters  are  NOT  authorized  to  use “nautical slide rules.” Battery-operated electronic calculators (with any number  of  keys)  of  the  NON-PROGRAMMABLE variety  may  be  used  by  all  candidates.    Calculators with permanently stored memory are not authorized. Each candidate must provide a calculator for his or her own use. Other   than   the   preceding   items,   no   other examining  materials  or  instruments  will  be  allowed into the examination room. Proctors should ensure that all  candidates  observe  these  regulations  during  the administration of the examination. ADVANCEMENT-IN-RATE EXAMINATION SCHEDULE Examinations  will  normally  be  administered  by paygrade  on  the  days  indicated  in  the  following schedule  (table  6-1). The  NAVADMIN  message issued  for  that  specific  examination  cycle  will announce   any   deviations   from   this   schedule. Deviations from the announced schedule may only be made as outlined in the Advancement Manual. NOTE:   Although no examination is administered for  senior  and  master  chief  petty  officers,  commands 6-8

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