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examinations must contain valid justification based on the following criteria:    The  candidate  concerned  must  have  been recommended for advancement and eligible to take the regularly scheduled examination.    The  candidate’s  absence  from  the  regularly scheduled examination must have been through no fault of his or her own. In general, the absence should  be  the  result  of  one  of  the  following circumstances: Emergency  leave  (normally  annual  leave  or PCS leave is not adequate justification unless extenuating  circumstances  are  involved). When a candidate is on emergency leave on the  exam  administration  date,  a  substitute examination should be ordered on that date. Sick in quarters (SIQ) or hospitalization.   A statement by a medical officer must verify that taking  the  regularly  scheduled  examination would  have  been  harmful  to  the  candidate’s health. Operational  commitment.   The  commitment must be of such a nature that a short delay in the administration of the regular examination series was not feasible. The   command’s   inability   to   determine   a candidate’s exact date of return to the command should not  prevent  the  ordering  of  a  substitute  examination before  or  within  a  day  or  two  after  the  regularly scheduled advancement examination.   The substitute examination  should  be  administered  as  soon  as possible after the candidate’s return. Requests for Substitute Examinations Requests for substitute examinations often result from  administrative  errors  or  poor  administrative planning  on  the  part  of  individual  commands. Therefore,   commands   are   urged   to   anticipate requirements  for  substitute  examinations,  when possible,  before  the  regular  examination  dates.   The need  for  a  substitute  examination  can  normally  be determined  before  or  within  a  day  or  two  after  the scheduled Navywide advancement examination. Substitute  examinations  should  be  ordered  by message  only. Requests  should  list  the  required examinations  alphabetically  by  rating  and  give justification  in  each  case. Enclosure  (1)  to  the NETPDTC   ordering   letter   lists   all   available examinations.    Requests  for  substitute  examinations must  info  the  command’s  immediate  superior  and COMNAVPERSCOM. NETPDTC  is  the  approving  authority  for  all substitute  examinations.    Refer  to  the  Advancement Manual and the respective NAVADMIN message for deadline dates for ordering substitute examinations. Requests  for  substitute  examinations  will  be disapproved if submitted after the respective deadline. Requests   must   contain   both   the   circumstances precluding  the  candidate’s  regular  participation  and reasons for non-compliance.  Requests are considered on   individual   merit. COMNAVPERSCOM (PERS-852/862)  will  act  on  questionable  cases.    In cases of denial, instruct members to participate in the next advancement cycle and, if a selectee, petition the Board  for  Correction  of  Naval  Records  (BCNR)  for possible backdating of the prospective effective date. Administration of Substitute Examinations Substitute  examinations  should  be  administered and the answer sheets returned to NETPDTC as soon as  possible. The  procedures  for  accountability, administration,   and   processing   of   substitute examinations  are  the  same  as  those  for  regular Navywide   advancement   examinations. The Advancement  Manual  outlines  these  procedures. Refer  to  the  Advancement  Manual  and  respective NAVADMIN message for administration deadlines. Q18.   What command is the approving authority for all Navy substitute advancement examinations? ESO Exam Calendar Table  6-2  (Active  and  TAR)  and  6-3  (Reserves) provide a list of when each of the activities or events discussed  in  this  chapter  should  be  accomplished. These calendars should be used as guidance only.  The Advancement  Manual  and  the  NAVADMIN  for  each examination  cycle  will  provide  the  most  current information.    These  calendars  are  also  available  on NETPDTC’s Advancement web site  under the Exams & Tests button. SUMMARY Navywide  advancement  examinations  are  like stepping stones to every enlisted member in the Navy. Members normally must successfully compete in each examination, from petty officer third class to chief 6-20

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