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examination order to NETPDTC specifying a deadline delivery date.   Ensure enough lead-time to allow for processing and mail delivery.  Since examinations are now  printed  on  demand,  regular  examinations  can normally  be  provided  in  most  cases.    If  regular examinations cannot be printed and shipped in time to meet  the  deadline  provided,  substitute  examinations will be shipped. Nuclear  submarines  deploying  before  receipt  of examinations should notify NETPDTC of non-receipt. They  will  then  receive  substitute  examinations  to administer after they complete the patrol. PREPARATION FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF NAVYWIDE EXAMINATIONS Once they have ordered examinations, commands should follow certain procedures to properly prepare for the administration of the examination.   The first procedure  we  will  cover  is  the  preparation  of  the Recommendation  for  Advancement-in-Rate  or Change  of  Rating  (Worksheet),  NAVEDTRA  Form 1430/2.   Lengthy  delays  in  examination  results  will occur if incorrect information is transcribed from the worksheet  onto  the  answer  sheet  forwarded  to NETPDTC.    Carefully  screen  the  administrative section of each answer sheet to ensure all the correct information  has  been  properly  transferred  from  the worksheet  and  all  circles  have  been  completely  and correctly darkened. PREPARATION OF THE WORKSHEET An  Advancement-in-Rate  or  Change  of  Rating (Worksheet), NAVEDTRA 1430/2, should be prepared by  the  ESO  for  each  candidate  who  will  take  the Navywide   advancement   examination. The Advancement  Manual,  BUPERSINST  1430.16, contains  detailed  instructions  for  preparing  the worksheet.  Worksheets for eligible candidates should be  prepared  at  least  1  month  before  the  scheduled examination  date.    That  includes  worksheets  for members  in  paygrade  E-6  who  have  applied  for  the LDO Program.   Preparing the worksheets in advance decreases  the  chances  of  computation  errors  and incorrect transcription of service record information onto the worksheet. After  the  ESO  has  completed  the  worksheets, candidates  should  review  them  for  accuracy  of  the information transcribed from their service records and sign  them  prior  to  or  at  the  examination  site  at  the discretion of the administering command.  Inaccurate information could prevent a fully qualified candidate from being advanced. ESOs  and  candidates  use  the  worksheets  as  a check-off list when transferring the information from the worksheet to the examination answer sheet.   The worksheet  information  is  transferred  to  the  answer sheet on the scheduled E-4 through E-7 examination administration  dates.    After  completion  of  the examination, the worksheets should be retained for 2 years by the administering command. NOTE:  The Advancement-in-Rate or Change of Rating  (Worksheet),  NAVEDTRA  1430/2,  has  been modified and may be deleted in the near future. Be sure to review the pre-examination procedures outlined in the latest Exam NAVADMIN message. Care  should  be  taken  not  to  damage  the  answer sheet.  Stray marks on the answer sheet or tears in the paper could delay examination results. Q5.   Detailed   instructions   for   preparing   the Recommendation  for  Advancement-in-Rate  or Change of Rating (Worksheet) can be found in what publication? ACCOUNTABILITY OF EXAMINATIONS BEFORE ADMINISTRATION If  you  are  designated  as  the  custodian  of examination  materials,  you  will  be  responsible  for their  security  and  accountability.    Examination materials  include  all  examinations  and  related materials, such as completed answer sheets. The security of examinations does not stop upon the  completion  of  an  exam  cycle.    A  designated commissioned  officer,  warrant  officer,  chief,  senior chief, master chief petty officer or civilian must have custody  of  all  performance  tests  and  advancement examinations. RECEIPT OF EXAMINATIONS FROM NETPDTC Upon  receipt  and  before  administration  of  the exams,  commands  must  inspect  the  packages  for evidence of tampering. The number of exams included in the package must match the number listed on the examination  packing  list  (fig.  6-2).    Also,  the 6-4

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