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Examples of FMS Rank-Ordered Candidates - 14083a_56
Using the following values, table 5-2 explains the FMS  computation  for  a  candidate  competing  for advancement to E-6.    Examination standard score (SS) = 56    Performance mark average (PMA) = 3.65    Service in Paygrade (YR/MO) (SIPG) = 03/07    Awards = 8.0    Passed Not Advanced points (PNA) = 6 Q4.   After a member has qualified for advancement and  passed  the  Navywide  advancement  exam, the final multiple score (FMS) is computed.  The FMS  is based on what three factors? REQUIREMENTS FOR REGULAR CANDIDATES The Department of Defense (DoD) prescribes the minimum  total  active  federal  military  service (TAFMS)  a  person  must  have  to  compete  as  a REGULAR  CANDIDATE  for  advancement. The Advancement  Manual  provides  detailed  information about  TAFMS. The  TAFMS  requirements  for advancement to paygrades E-2 through E-9 are listed in Table 5-3. ADVANCEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR EARLY CANDIDATES Some Sailors may not have the minimum TAFMS required to be regular candidates but may qualify in all other respects.  If recommended by their commanding officers,  such  Sailors  may  compete  as  EARLY CANDIDATES.  The design of the early advancement process,  available  to  all  enlisted  Navy  personnel, allows top performers to advance early in their careers. DoD manning restrictions determine the number of advancement quotas early candidates may fill.  The quotas are restricted to a maximum of 20 percent of the total  enlisted  forces  for  E-4  and  10  percent  for  E-5 through E-9. 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 5-4.) Q5.   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 12 years; for E-5 is 20 years; for E-6 is 22 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 5-5 Table 5-2 explains the final multiple score computation for an E-6 candidate using a step-by-step process using the values above for each factor. FACTOR POINTS RECEIVED HOW  POINTS WERE DETERMINED SS 56.00 Profile Sheet PMA 89.00 = 3.65 x 60 – 130 Sample computation for E-6 SIPG 26.16 = 3.58 x 2 + 19 Awards 08.00 = 3 Good Conducts 1 NAM PNA 12.00 = 2  x  PNA  points  on  profile  sheet  from previous E-6 exams TOTAL 191.16 Out of a maximum possible 266 Table 5-2.—Sample FMS Computation

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