Naval force Enlisted Advancement System NEAS

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Naval force Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) Last upgrade: Mar 2009 Navy Advancement Center

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Presentation Topics Purpose of progression Exams improvement and organization Final Multiple Score Factors Profile sheet - What does it mean? What you ought to do to get ready for headway Recent and future changes Navy Advancement Center

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Questions What six components make up the Final Multiple Score (FMS) for E-4 to E-6 competitors? Is the FMS distinctive for E-7 applicants? What is the motivation behind the E-7 FMS? What rate of E-7 competitors are chosen to be board qualified? What figure has the biggest rate of the FMS for E-4 to E-6 applicants? Naval force Advancement Center

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Purpose of Advancement Examinations The headway in-rate examination is an apparatus utilized, as a major aspect of the Final Multiple Score, to rank request qualified competitors on the premise of rating and expert military learning at the following higher rate. Naval force Advancement Center

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Qualifying to Take the Exam CO suggestion Meet least time in rate (TIR) necessity Proper Path of Advancement Requirements must be met for STRIKERS/GENDETS -Meet least prerequisites for rating (i.e. citizenship, security freedom, and preparing) -Counseled by their Career Development Team (CDT) after the CREO/REGA message is discharged (around 60 days earlier to exam) -Must get endorsement by the ECM, if required by the CREO/REGA message, preceding the date of examination. Naval force Advancement Center

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Discrepancies: A blunder on a worksheet A mistake on an answer sheet Or data that does not coordinate the Enlisted Master File Examples: Missing or wrong PMA Overwriting bar-coded data with off base answer sheet percolating Improper way of progression Not meeting exceptional rating prerequisites Incorrect SSN Name on Answer Sheet not coordinating EMF Insufficient Time-in-Rate Recording exam rate erroneously (MM bad habit MMN entered on answer sheet) " What do you mean, there is an inconsistency?" Errors can prompt to: Delayed results or headways Improper preparing LOSING OUT ON ADVANCEMENT Navy Advancement Center

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Exam Development Facts Written by CPOs (E-7 to E-9) – NETPDTC has an Advancement Exam Development Conference for every appraising on a 2-year cycle. No less than 6 Fleet SMEs from the separate rating are welcome to go to. Late armada encounter From appraisals (BM, SH, and so on.) or From rating groups (EMN, AWA, and so on.) Advancement exams are intended to test rating and expert military experience and learning Navy Advancement Center

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Advancement Exam Development Conference Review Scope of the Rating Verify Master Reference List Update, alter, and enhance exam banks and representation Build 14 examinations (2 years) Post new Advancement Exam Strategy Guide (AESG) EVERY ONE TO TWO YEARS Navy Advancement Center

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Exam Scoring Approaches to exam scoring: Criterion-referenced (school buildings) Norm-referenced (Navy headway exams) Navy Advancement Center

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Standard Score Example Raw Score Raw score: 0 to 200 Raw scores are changed over to standard scores Standard score: 20 to 80 Average of every crude score is appointed standard score 50 0 100 200 Frequency of Scores Standard Score Navy Advancement Center

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Final Multiple Score (FMS) The Final Multiple Score (FMS) technique takes a gander at the " entire individual" E-4/5/6 Performance Experience ( benefit in paygrade, honors, and PNA focuses) Exam Score (standard score ) Education E-7 Performance Exam Score (standard score) Navy Advancement Center

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Old FMS Chart Note: Does not reflect E-7 FMS Navy Advancement Center

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New FMS w/Education Pts Note: Does not reflect E-7 FMS Navy Advancement Center

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E-7 FMS Navy Advancement Center

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CONTRIBUTION TO VARIANCE E-6 USN/R FACTOR WEIGHTS Navy Advancement Center Note: # FMS recipe change at Cycle 155; * FMS equation change at Cycle 168;  FMS recipe change at Cycle 196.

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Study Results Rank requesting from Mar 06 rating exams Note contrasts in rank requesting for Sailors with high PMA Most Sailors with high PMA expanded in positioning contrasted with the present positioning Navy Advancement Center

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Rankings for SH1 Navy Advancement Center 340 CANDIDATES 37 SELECTEES (9 Candidates W/4.0 PMA not appeared)

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E-7 50/50 Rankings For DCC Navy Advancement Center 477 CANDIDATES 284 SBE (NOTE: GOLD demonstrates SBE and … demonstrates information not appeared.)

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Performance Mark Average (PMA) Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate PMA Frequency Distribution Promotion suggestion point values Early Promote = 4.00 Must Promote = 3.80 Promotable = 3.60 Progressing = 3.40 Significant Problems = 2.00 Time-in-rate necessities E-3 to E-4 6 mos in E-3 E-4 to E-5 12 mos in E-4 E-5 to E-6 36 mos in E-5 E-6 to E-7 36 mos in E-6 PMA in view of: 3 yrs of found the middle value of evals for E-6 1 yr of arrived at the midpoint of evals for E-4/5 Navy Advancement Center

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PMA ( Cont'd ) PMA Formulas E-6 and beneath (16 pt distinction between EP & MP or MP & P) E-4/5 = (PMA x 80) – 230 E-6 = (PMA x 80) – 204 E-7 (10 point contrast between EP & MP or MP & P) PMA x 50 - 120 Navy Advancement Center

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PMA Points Navy Advancement Center

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Passed Not Advanced (PNA) Points Sustained Superior Performance Awarded to the individuals who pass the exam however are not progressed because of quantity constraints Points granted every exam cycle in light of blend of Performance Mark Average (PMA) and Exam Standard Score (SS) Up to 3.0 PNA focuses granted per exam cycle up to 5 cycles (1.5 focuses max each for PMA and SS) PMA (max 1.5 focuses per cycle) granted in view of positioning in respect to peers: Top 25% = 1.5 PNA Points Next 25% = 1.0 PNA Points Next 25% = 0.5 PNA Points Bottom 25% = 0 PNA Points SS (max 1.5 focuses per cycle) granted in view of exam score: 57.01-80.00 = 1.5 PNA focuses 50.01-57.00 = 1.0 PNA focuses 42.01-50.00 = 0.5 PNA focuses < 42.01 = 0 PNA focuses Maximum aggregate weight 7% (E-4/E-5); 6% (E-6 ) Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate PNA Frequency Distribution Rarely maxed to 15 Pts Navy Advancement Center

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AWARD PTS/AWDS Medal of Honor 10 Navy Cross 5 Distinguished Service Medal or Cross 4 Silver Star Medal 4 Legion of Merit 4 Distinguished Flying Cross 4 Navy and Marine Corps Medal 3 Soldier's Medal 3 Bronze Star Medal 3 Purple Heart 3 Defense Meritorious Service Medal 3 Meritorious Service Medal 3 Gold Life Saving Medal 2 Joint Service Commendation Medal 3 Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal 3 Executive Letter of Commendation 2 (max 1) Joint Service Achievement Medal 2 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal 2 Combat Action Ribbon 2 Good Conduct Medal (Navy or Marine Corps) 2 (max 5) Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal 2 (max 5) Individual Augmentee (IA) Tour 2 Aviation Aircrew Insignia 2 Navy Fleet Marine Force Ribbon 2 Air Medal (Strike/Flight) 3 T-AFS Tour 1 Recruiter Duty 1 Letter of Commendation (Flag/Senior Executive Service) 1 (max 2)   Awards that were changed Awards that were erased Awards (AWD) Points Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate AWD Frequency Distribution Rarely maxed to 10 Pts for E-4/5 Experience/Performance Not proposed for diminishment/disposal Points granted according to diagram underneath Maximum point granted 10 (E4/E5) 12 (E6) Maximum aggregate weight 5% (E4/E5/E6) Navy Advancement Center

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Service in Paygrade (SIPG) Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate SIPG Frequency Distribution Rating Experience Up to 7.5 years granted (E4/E5/E6) Maximum aggregate weight 7% (E4/E5/E6) SIPG (YYMM) Rarely maxed to 7.5 yrs at E-4/5 NOTE: At E-6, hopefuls can get a 1 year EP waiver. Naval force Advancement Center

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Now, how about we discuss the Profile Information Sheet… Navy Advancement Center

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Final Multiple Score Breakdown PNA Point Breakdown PROFILE SHEET Exam Score by Section Breakdown Navy Advancement Center

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"By what method would You be able to help YOUR Sailors to be set up for Advancement?" Make beyond any doubt they meet all qualification necessities Make beyond any doubt they comprehend managed prevalent execution is the key Provide valuable direction in their assessments and mid-term advising Ensure they think about the instruments to help them succeed (Bibliography, References, AESG, schools, OJT, and so on.) Use the Advancement Exam Strategy Guide (AESG) to center their study arrange. Begin EARLY- - don't hold up until the latest possible time! Naval force Advancement Center

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Advancement Exam Strategy Guide Navy Advancement Center

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Recent Changes to Enlisted Advancement Effective Dec 2007 (NAVADMIN 336/07) – IAs serving in assigned battle ranges (Iraq, Afghanistan, and HOA), amid particular dates, and are qualified E7 and LDO hopefuls per BUPERSINST 1430.16F are postponed from the E7 headway exam (see NAVADMIN for all necessities) Effective Sep 2008 (NAVADMIN xxx/08) – Establishes approach and techniques for new unit preparing prerequisites for enrolled administration improvement. Additionally r emoves the prerequisite to finish initiative preparing with a specific end goal to take an interest in the E-6 and E-7 headway exams and the E-8 sel