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Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS). Last update: April 2007. Presentation Topics. Purpose of advancement exams Exams development and administration Final Multiple Score Factors Profile sheet - What does it mean? What you should do to prepare for advancement Recent and future changes. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS)Last update: April 2007

    Navy Advancement Center

  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Presentation TopicsPurpose of advancement examsExams development and administrationFinal Multiple Score FactorsProfile sheet - What does it mean?What you should do to prepare for advancementRecent and future changes

    Navy Advancement Center

  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*QuestionsWhat 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?

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*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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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Qualifying to Take the ExamCO recommendationMeet minimum time in rate (TIR) requirementProper Path of AdvancementRequirements must be met for STRIKERS/GENDETS- 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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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Written by CPOs (E-7 to E-9) NETPDTC hosts an Advancement Exam Development Conference for each rating on a 2-year 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 knowledgeExam Development Facts

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Exam Development FactsExams consist of 200 questions

    Occupational + Professional Military Knowledge (PMK)E7 100100E6 115 85E5 135 65E4 150 50

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Advancement exams test on occupational (rate) and professional military knowledge (PMK) information

    Exams test the most important topics for the rateEvery question must be supported by a reference SkillObject/Level 1 Tasks, Naval Standards, or Competencies pertaining to the rating are used to validate questionsMore Exam Development Facts

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Advancement ExamDevelopment ConferenceReview Scope of the RatingVerify Master Reference ListUpdate, edit, and improve exam banks and graphicsBuild 14 examinations (2 years)Post new Advancement Exam Strategy Guide (AESG) EVERY ONE TO TWO YEARS

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Exam ScoringApproaches to exam scoring: Criterion-referenced (schoolhouses)Norm-referenced (Navy advancement exams)

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Standard Score Example

    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 50 0 100 200Standard ScoreRaw Score

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*MythMYTH: 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).

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*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-7PerformanceExam Score (standard score)

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Current FMS Chart

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    FACTOR

    EXAM PAYGRADE

    COMPUTATION

    MAX PTS AND %

    E-4/5

    E-6

    Performance Mark Average (PMA)

    E-4/5

    E-6

    PMA X 60 156

    PMA X 60 130

    84

    (36%)

    110

    (41.5%)

    Standard Score (SS)

    ALL

    SS

    80

    (34%)

    80

    (30%)

    Passed Not Advanced (PNA) Points

    E-4/5/6

    2 X PNA Pts

    From Last 5 Exam Cycles

    30

    (13%)

    30

    (11%)

    Service in Paygrade (SIPG)

    E-4/5

    E-6

    2 X SIPG + 15

    2 X SIPG + 19

    30

    (13%)

    34

    (13%)

    Awards

    (AWD)

    E4/5/6

    Values in Advancement Manual

    10

    (4%)

    12

    (4.5%)

    Max FMS Possible

    ALL

    234

    (100%)

    266

    (100%)

  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*FMS for E-4/5 Candidates(Maximum possible points)Examination standard score:8034%Performance:8436%Service in paygrade3013%Awards:10 4%PNA Points:3013% Total Possible 234 100%

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*FMS for E-6 Candidates(Maximum possible points)Examination standard score: 80 30.0 %Performance: 110 41.5 %Service in paygrade: 34 13.0 %Awards:12 4.5 %PNA Points:30 11.0 % Total Possible 266 100.0 %

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*FMS for E-7 Candidates(Maximum possible points)

    Examination standard score:80 60% Performance:52 40% Total Possible 132 100%

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  • 3 February 2003Navy Advancement Center*Contribution to Variance Note: FMS formula change at Cycle 155; FMS formula change at Cycle 168. FMS Factors (E-6 USN/R)

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    E-4

    E-4PERF FACTSS FACTLOS FACTTIR FACTAWD FACTPNA FACT

    1108 SEP 8547%51%0%0%0%2%100%

    2111 MAR 8644%53%0%1%0%2%100%

    3112 SEP 8647%48%0%1%0%3%99%

    4115 MAR 8744%50%0%1%0%4%99%

    5116 SEP 8746%48%0%1%1%4%100%

    6119 MAR 8844%53%0%1%0%2%100%

    7120 SEP 8844%52%0%1%0%2%99%

    8123 MAR 8943%53%0%1%0%2%99%

    9124 SEP 8944%52%0%1%0%3%100%

    10127 MAR 9044%52%0%1%0%2%99%

    11128 SEP 9044%53%0%1%1%2%101%

    12131 MAR 9143%52%0%2%1%3%101%

    13132 SEP 9144%52%0%1%1%3%101%

    14135 MAR 9241%54%0%1%1%3%100%

    15136 SEP 9240%54%0%1%1%4%100%

    16139 MAR 9338%55%0%2%1%4%100%

    17140 SEP 9336%57%0%2%1%5%101%

    18143 MAR 9436%55%0%3%1%5%100%

    19144 SEP 9436%56%0%2%1%4%99%

    20147 MAR 9536%57%0%2%1%4%100%

    21148 SEP 9537%56%0%2%1%4%100%

    22151 MAR 96 #43%50%0%2%1%4%100%

    23152 SEP 9637%56%0%2%1%4%100%

    24155 MAR 9736%57%0%2%1%4%100%

    25156 SEP 9737%57%0%1%1%3%99%

    26159 MAR 9838%56%0%1%1%3%99%

    27160 SEP 9838%56%0%1%1%3%99%

    28163 MAR 9937%56%1%1%1%3%99%

    29164 SEP 9939%56%1%1%1%2%100%

    30167 MAR 0038%57%1%1%2%2%101%

    31168 SEP 00 *46%48%1%1%4%100%

    32171 MAR 0145%49%1%1%4%100%

    33172 SEP 0146%47%2%1%5%101%

    34175 MAR 0244%47%2%1%6%100%

    35176 SEP 0243%46%2%1%8%100%

    36179 MAR 0341%46%2%1%9%99%

    37180 SEP 0341%44%3%1%11%100%

    38183 MAR 0439%45%2%1%12%99%

    39184 SEP 0441%43%3%1%12%100%

    40187 MAR 0539%45%3%1%12%100%

    41188 SEP 0541%43%3%1%12%100%

    42191 MAR 0640%45%2%1%12%100%

    &LFINAL MULTIPLE INTERCORRELATION AND WEIGHT STUDY WYE56R02

    &L&F / &A&R&D

    E-4 CY108-191

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    0.440.5300.0100.02

    0.470.4800.0100.03

    0.440.500.0100.04

    0.460.4800.010.010.04

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    0.440.5200.0100.02

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    0.440.5300.010.010.02

    0.430.5200.020.010.03

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    0.410.5400.010.010.03

    0.40.5400.010.010.04

    0.380.5500.020.010.04

    0.360.5700.020.010.05

    0.360.5500.030.010.05

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    0.430.46350.020.010.08

    0.410.46360.020.010.09

    0.410.44370.030.010.11

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    0.410.43390.030.010.12

    0.390.45400.030.010.12

    0.410.43410.030.010.12

    0.40.45420.020.010.12

    NOTE: # FMS FORMULA CHANGE AT CYCLE 151 AND * FMS FORMULA CHANGE AT CYCLE 168

    PER FACT

    SS FACT

    LOS FACT

    TIR FACT

    AWD FACT

    PNA FACT

    CYCLES

    CONTRIBUTION TO FMS

    E-4 USN/R FINAL MULTIPLE FACTORS

    E-4 CY108-191 PPT

    0.470.510000.02

    0.440.5300.0100.02

    0.470.4800.0100.03

    0.440.500.0100.04

    0.460.4800.010.010.04

    0.440.5300.0100.02

    0.440.5200.0100.02

    0.430.5300.0100.02

    0.440.5200.0100.03

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