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Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS)

Last update: April 2007

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Presentation Topics Purpose Exams Final

of advancement exams

development and administration sheet - What does it mean? and future changes

Multiple Score Factors you should do to prepare for advancement

Profile What

Recent

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Questions What

five factors make up the Final Multiple Score (FMS) for E-4 to E-6 candidates? Is the FMS different for E-7 candidates? What percentage of E-7 candidates are selected to be board eligible? What factor has the largest percentage of the FMS for E-4 to E-6 candidates? What number of occupational & PMK questions are on each exam?3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 3

Purpose of Advancement ExaminationsThe advancement-in-rate examination is a tool used, as part of the Final Multiple Score, to help rank order qualified candidates on the basis of rating and professional military knowledge at the next higher rate.

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Qualifying to Take the Exam CO

recommendation Meet minimum time in rate (TIR) requirement Proper

Path of Advancement must be met for STRIKERS/GENDETS

Requirements

- Meet minimum requirements for rating (i.e. citizenship,

security clearance, and training)

- Counseled by their Career Development Team (CDT) after the CREO/REGA message is released (about 60 days prior to exam) - Must receive approval by the ECM, if required by the CREO/REGA message, prior to the date of examination.

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Exam Development Facts

Written by CPOs (E-7 to E-9) NETPDTC hosts anAdvancement Exam Development Conference for each rating on a 2year cycle. At least 6 Fleet SMEs from the respective rating are invited to attend.

Recent fleet experience From ratings (BM, SH, etc.) or From rating communities (EMN, AWA, etc.)

Advancement exams are designed to test rating and professional military experience and knowledgeNavy Advancement Center 6

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Exam Development Facts

Exams consist of 200 questions

Occupational + E7 E6 E5 E4 100 115 135 150

Professional Military Knowledge (PMK) 100 85 65 50

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More Exam Development Facts

Advancement exams test on occupational (rate) and professional military knowledge (PMK) information Exams test the most important topics for the rate Every question must be supported by a reference SkillObject/Level 1 Tasks, Naval Standards, or Competencies pertaining to the rating are used to validate questions

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Advancement Exam Development Conference 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

EVERY ONE TO TWO YEARS

Review Scope of the Rating Verify Master Reference List Update, edit, and improve exam banks and graphics Build 14 examinations (2 years) Post new Advancement Exam Strategy Guide (AESG)

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Exam Scoring

Approaches

to exam scoring:

Criterion-referenced (schoolhouses) Norm-referenced (Navy advancement exams)

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Standard Score ExampleRaw Score0100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

100

200

Raw score: 0 to 200 Raw scores are converted to standard scores Standard score: 20 to 80 Average of all raw scores is assigned standard score 5011

Standard Score3 February 2003

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Myth

MYTH: Scoring the maximum 80 points on the exams means you aced the exam. FACT: It simply means you performed better than all or almost all of the other candidates taking the same exam. FACT: 80 represents the highest standard score attained for a group of candidates taking the same examination (the best raw score may have been a 175).Navy Advancement Center 12

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Final Multiple Score (FMS)The Final Multiple Score (FMS) method looks at the whole person

E-4/5/6 Performance Experience ( service in paygrade, awards, and PNA points) Exam Score (standard score) E-7 Performance Exam Score (standard score)3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 13

Current FMS ChartF CT R Performan e Mark Avera e PMA) Stan ard S ore SS) Pa ed Not Advan ed PNA) Point Service in Paygrade SIP ) Awards AWD) Max FMS Possible X M RADE P E-4/5 E-6 ALL C MP TATI N PMA X 60 PMA X 60 SS X PNA Pt E-4/5/6 E-4/5 E-6 E4/5/6 ALL From La t 5 Exam Cycle X SIP 15 X SIP 19 alues in Advancement Manual 0 13%) 30 13%) 10 4%) 234 100%) 30 11%) 34 13%) 12 4.5%) 266 100%) 56 0 M XP S E-4/5 4 6%) 0 4%) % E-6 0 41.5%) 0 0%)

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FMS for E-4/5 Candidates(Maximum possible points)

Examination standard score: Performance: Service in paygrade Awards: PNA Points: Total Possible

80 84 30 10 30 234

34 36 13 4 13 100

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FMS for E-6 Candidates(Maximum possible points)

Examination standard score: Performance: Service in paygrade: Awards: PNA Points: Total Possible

80 110 34 12 30 266

30.0 41.5 13.0 4.5 11.0 100.0

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FMS for E-7 Candidates(Maximum possible points)

Examination standard score: Performance: Total Possible

80 52 132

60 40 100

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Contribution to VarianceFMS Factors (E-6 USN/R)70% 60% 50%TION TO1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 108 111 112 115 116 119 120 123 124 127 128 131 132 135 136 139 140 143 144 147 148 151 152 155 156 159 160 163 164 167 168 171 172 175 176 179 180 183 184 187 188 191 SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR SEP MAR 85 86 86 87 87 88 88 89 89 90 90 91 91 92 92 93 93 94 94 95 95 96 # 96 97 97 98 98 99 99 00 00 * 01 01 02 02 03 03 04 04 05 05 06

40% 30% 20% 10% 0% -10% 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41CO

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Navy Advancement Center Cycle 168. Note: 3 February 2003 formula change at Cycle 155; formula change at

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Changes for August/September 2007

Increase Performance Mark Average (PMA) Reduce Service in Paygrade and Pass Not Advanced Factors by One Half Maintain experience (SIPG) at a reduced number of factor points Maintain sustained superior performance (PNA) at a reduced number of factor pointsCURRENT FMS ELEMENT E-4/5 MA PTS84 36

INCREASE PMA and HALF SIPG & PNA E-4/5 MA PTS41.5 90 43

E-6 MA PTS110

E-6 MA DELTA7

PTS116 48.5

DELTA7

Performance

Mark Average

(Performance/COs Recommendation)Standard Service

Score (Knowledge)

80 30

34 13

80 34

30 13

80 15

38 7

4 -6

80 17

33.5 7

3.5 -6

in Paygrade (Career Rating

Experience)Pass

Not Advanced Points

30

13

30

11

15

7

-6

15

6

-5

(Sustained Superior Performance)Awards Total

(Experience/Performance)

10 234

4 100

12 266

4.5 100

10 210

5 100

1

12 240

5 100

0.5

Points

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Changes (Contd)

Change in PMA Formula: from current: (12 pt difference between EP & MP or MP & P)

E-4/5 = (PMA x 60) - 156 E-6 = (PMA x 60) 130

to new: (16 pt difference between EP & MP or MP & P)

E-4/5 = (PMA x 80) - 230 E-6 = (PMA x 80) 204

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Study Results Rank ordering from Mar 06 rating exams Note differences in rank ordering for Sailors with high PMA Most Sailors with high PMA increased in ranking compared to the current ranking

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Rankings for SH1

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340 CANDIDATES 37 SELECTEES (9 Candidates W/ 4.0 PMA not shown)

New FMS ChartF C r a e era e M Sta ar S re SS Su ta e Su er r er r a e SS Career at er e e C war Ma FMS e er Mar M C M M M SS N Fr a S S a ue a e e t Ma ua t a t C e ON M S N

Note: E-7 FMS does not change from current FMS3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 23

Performance Mark Average (PMA)Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate PMA Frequency Distribution6000 5500 5000 4500 4000 CANDIDATES 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 < 2.75 2.80 2.85 2.90 2.95 3.00 3.05 3.10 3.15 3.20 3.25 3.30 3.35 3.40 3.45 3.50 3.55 3.60 3.65 3.70 3.75 3.80 3.85 3.90 3.95 4.00CANDIDATES = 8173 PMA 3.80 ACCOUNTS FOR 25.3 OF THE TOTAL CANDIDATES

Promotion

recommendation point = = = = = 4.00 3.80 3.60 3.40 2.00

values Early Promote Must Promote Promotable Progressing Significant Problems Time-in-rate

PMA based on: 3 yrs of averaged evals for E-6 1 yr of averaged evals for E-4/53 February 2003

E-3 to E-4 E-4 to E-5 E-5 to E-6 E-4 to E-5

requirements 6 mos in E-3 12 mos in E-4 36 mos in E-5 36 mos in E-6

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