Date examination was administered
Date and serial of the letter of transmittal
Registered mail number under which
examination answer sheet was mailed
UIC noted on worksheet
UIC of present duty station
Results for candidates administered late substitute
examinations and results for activities forwarding late
returns are normally issued by the Data Mailer.
Examination board members and ESOs must make
sure the candidates UIC is entered and circles are
darkened on answer sheets correctly before examination
returns are mailed. Numerous requests are received by
NETPMSA each examination cycle where the UIC was
entered on the answer sheet incorrectly. This is one of
the reasons individuals names are not shown in the
ESVR after results are published.
Withdrawal of Recommendation/
Recommended in Error/Declination of
On receipt of examination results, the names of all
personnel whose advancement recommendations have
been withdrawn, members who were recommended in
error, members who decline advancement, and
members who have been previously advanced under the
provision of Selective Training and Reenlistment
(STAR), Selective Conversion and Reenlistment
(SCORE), Command Advancement Program (CAP), or
from previous advancement cycles must be deleted.
This is done by submitting a NAVGRAM report to
NETPMSA requesting invalidation of the examination,
cancellation of advancement authority, or removal from
selection board eligible
with an explanation.
status, as appropriate, along
NETPMSA sends an examination profile form for
all E-4 through E-7 candidates following each
Examination profile forms are sent in duplicate to
the CO. The original form with the Subject Matter
Section Identification Sheet must be given to the
individual candidate. ESOs, training petty officers, and
other concerned individuals use the duplicate copy of
the profile sheet as a source of information for
evaluating the effectiveness of the command training
program in the various ratings.
The examination profile form is designed for use in
conjunction with the Subject Matter Section
Identification Sheet. This sheet shows the subject areas
covered in each section of the examination and is
numbered to correspond with the areas on the
examination profile form and the subject areas
contained in the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower
and Personnel Classifications and Occupational
Standards, NAVPERS 18068F, volume I. By comparing
the examination profile form and the Subject Matter
Identification Sheet, candidates can determine those
areas they need to study more.
The examination profile form contains the
candidates status (PASS/FAIL), standard score, FMS,
and the minimum FMS required for advancement.
Passed not advanced (PNA) points, if any, earned by the
candidate during previous examination cycles are also
shown on the profile form. No FMSs are indicated for
those members who fail the examination, participate for
lateral conversion, are listed in a discrepancy status, or
whose examinations were invalidated.
The examination profile form is developed from an
analysis of the overall examination results in each rating.
The profile form provides letter codes indicating the
relative standing of each candidate on each section of
the examination us compared with all others taking the
examination in the same rating. Individual subject areas
do not contain the same number of questions and,
therefore, letter codes cannot be averaged against
another candidate in the same or different rating.
Military/leadership examinations and scoring keys
are revised annually and are provided on request. These
examinations are requested on the NETPMSA ordering
letter furnished to activities about June of each year.
Normally, two separate examinations for each paygrade
COs or OICs having custodial and administrative
responsibility for the examinations determine the
schedule for nlilitary/leadership examinations. COs or
OICs of units whose enlisted service records are
maintained by PASS activities must comply with the
examination schedule established by that PASS activity.
However, those commands may order, maintain, and
administer military/leadership examinations to their
personnel independent of the PASS activity, provided