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SUBJ: FEBRUARY 2013 CYCLE 092 NAVY-WIDE EXAMINATIONS FOR ADVANCEMENT OF
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NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 336/07, ADMINISTRATION OF THE NAVY-WIDE ADVANCEMENT
EXAM FOR SAILORS IN IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN, AND THE HORN OF AFRICA. REF B IS
BUPERSINST 1430.16F, ADVANCEMENT MANUAL FOR THE ENLISTED PERSONNEL OF THE
U.S. NAVY AND THE U.S. NAVY RESERVE. REF C IS MILPERSMAN 1160-120, HIGH YEAR
TENURE. REF D IS NAVADMIN 272/08, ENLISTED NAVY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT.
REF E IS OPNAVINST 6110.1J, PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM. REF F IS MILPERSMAN
1070-080, ENLISTED OFFICIAL MILITARY PERSONNEL FILE (OMPF).//

RMKS/1. THIS NAVADMIN ANNOUNCES CYCLE 092 NAVY-WIDE EXAMINATIONS FOR
ADVANCEMENT IN RATE OF SELECTED RESERVE (SELRES) PERSONNEL. INACTIVE RESERVE
EXAMINATIONS WILL BE ADMINISTERED FEBRUARY 2013 FOR E4/E5/E6/E7 CANDIDATES.
ALL CANDIDATES SERVING ON VOLUNTARY RECALL, ACTIVE DUTY TRAINING, OR ACTIVE
DUTY UNDER ANY PRESIDENTIAL RECALL AUTHORITY, INCLUDING MOBILIZATION, WILL
COMPETE FOR ADVANCEMENT AS SELRES INACTIVE (USNR-INACTIVE) IN CYCLE 092.
INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE (IRR) PERSONNEL WHO ARE MOBILIZED ARE CONSIDERED
UNDER THE SELRES REQUIREMENTS FOR ADVANCEMENT. REFER TO REF A REGARDING
ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION OPTIONS FOR SAILORS WHO ARE PENDING DEPLOYMENT TO OR
ARE DEPLOYED AND OPERATING IN, IRAQ, AFGHANISTAN OR THE HORN OF AFRICA. THIS
NAVADMIN SUPPLEMENTS REF B AND PARAGRAPH 11 CONTAINS A LIST OF KEY DATES AND
EVENTS FOR QUICK REFERENCE.

2. EXAM ORDERING: A. SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION (SCI) EXAM ORDERING: (1) EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OFFICERS (ESO) PERFORM INTERNET REVIEW AND
MODIFICATION OF THE COMMAND TIME-IN-RATE (TIR) ELIGIBILITY LIST AND
EXAMINATION ORDERING FOR SCI CRYPTOLOGIC TECHNICIAN (INTERPRETIVE
(CTI)/NETWORK (CTN)/COLLECTION (CTR)) EXAMINATIONS AVAILABLE AT THE NAVY
ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT SYSTEM (NEAS) WEBSITE, HTTPS://NEASOS.CNET.NAVY.MIL UNTIL
21 OCTOBER 2012. (2) ONCE THE ORDERING WINDOW HAS CLOSED, ADDITIONAL SCI ORDERS CAN BE
SUBMITTED VIA MESSAGE, FAX OR E-MAIL IAW REF B, FIG 4-1, TO NAVY EDUCATION AND
TRAINING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER
(NETPDTC) PENSACOLA FL (N332). REQUESTS MUST ALSO INCLUDE COMMAND'S
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVITY ADDRESS CODE (DODAAC) ACCOUNT NUMBER AND A
POINT OF CONTACT (POC). COMMANDS REQUESTING THE FORWARDING OF EXAMS SHOULD
INCLUDE THE FORWARDING COMMAND AS AN INFO ADDEE ON THE MESSAGE. THE DEADLINE
FOR ORDERING EXAMINATIONS IS 3 MARCH 2013. (3) NETPDTC SCI EXAMINATION POCS ARE MRS. JANET MEJIAS AT
(850) 452-1620/DSN 922 OR VIA E-MAIL AT
SFLY_CRYPTOLOGIC.PRODUCTS (AT) NAVY.MIL OR MS. JUDY BOSTON AT
(850) 452-1045/DSN 922 OR VIA E-MAIL AT JUDY.BOSTON (AT) NAVY.MIL OR VIA FAX AT
(850) 452-1214/DSN 922. B. NON-SCI EXAM ORDERING: (1) TIR ELIGIBILITY LISTS FOR EXAMINATION ORDERING OF ALL OTHER
RATINGS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE NEAS WEBSITE AT HTTPS://NEASOS.CNET.NAVY.MIL
FROM 14 NOVEMBER 2012 TO 9 JANUARY 2013.
(NOTE: ORDER EXAMINATIONS FOR PRISE-R CANDIDATES VIA MESSAGE, FAX, OR E-MAIL
AS INTERNET ORDERING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THOSE PERSONNEL.) COMMAND ESO MAY
REGISTER FOR ACCESS AT THE NEAS WEBSITE. (2) AFTER THE CLOSING DATE OF THE INITIAL EXAMINATION ORDER, THIS SITE
WILL RE-OPEN FOR ADDITIONAL EXAMINATION ORDERS FROM 10 JANUARY THROUGH 5
FEBRUARY 2013. (3) ONCE INTERNET ORDERING IS CLOSED, LATE EXAMINATION ORDERS CAN BE
MADE VIA MESSAGE, FAX AT (850)-452-1132, OR E-MAIL AT
SFLY_N321_EXAM_ORDERING (AT) NAVY.MIL WITH MESSAGE FORMAT AS AN ATTACHMENT.
THE DEADLINE FOR ORDERING EXAMINATIONS IS 3 MARCH 2013. THERE ARE NO
SUBSTITUTE EXAMINATIONS FOR SELRES. (4) COMMANDS MUST VERIFY THE EXAMINATION ORDER STATUS ON THE NEAS
WEBSITE WITHIN 14 DAYS OF PLACING EXAMINATION ORDERS. IF DISCREPANCIES ARE
NOTED, CONTACT NETPDTC AT (850) 452-1252/DSN 922. (5) WHEN AN EXAMINATION IS NOT USED, DO NOT DESTROY THE EXAMINATION
PRIOR TO 1 APRIL 2013. SUBMIT REQUEST WITH JUSTIFICATION TO
SFLY_N321_EXAM_ORDERING (AT) NAVY.MIL FOR PERMISSION TO RETAIN EXAMINATIONS FOR
ADMINISTRATION ON THE NEXT DRILL WEEKEND IN MARCH. ENSURE REASON QQQQ FOR
REQUESTED DELAY IS INCLUDED. THE LAST AVAILABLE DAY TO ADMINISTER AN
EXAMINATION IS 31 MARCH 2013. C. COMMANDS MUST VERIFY TIR LISTS AND TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS AS
REQUIRED:
(1) ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES ARE NOT LISTED - COMMANDS MUST ADD CANDIDATES
AND APPROPRIATE EXAMINATIONS TO THE TIR LIST. (2) LISTED CANDIDATES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE OR ARE NO LONGER RECOMMENDED
FOR ADVANCEMENT - COMMANDS MUST CLICK NO AND THEN CLICK THE SUBMIT BUTTON TO
DELETE NAMES FROM THE TIR LIST. (3) CANDIDATES NO LONGER ATTACHED TO COMMAND - COMMANDS MUST DELETE OR
FORWARD EXAMINATIONS, AS APPLICABLE. (4) APPROPRIATE EXAMINATION FOR CANDIDATES - COMMANDS MUST SELECT
APPROPRIATE EXAMINATIONS, PARTICULARLY FOR RATING CONVERSIONS OR SEPARATE
COMPETITIVE GROUPS WITHIN RATINGS, SUCH AS ATI/ATO. (5) NUCLEAR PROPULSION CANDIDATES - SINCE THERE ARE NO MMN, EMN OR
ETN BILLETS WITHIN SELRES COMMUNITY, NO NUCLEAR POWER EXAMS ARE AUTHORIZED.

3. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: A. SELRES CANDIDATES MUST MEET THE BASIC ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS PER
REF B, CHAPTER 2, AND REF C NOT LATER THAN 31 JANUARY 2013. CANDIDATES MUST
MAINTAIN THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE COMMANDING OFFICER TO REMAIN ELIGIBLE FOR
ADVANCEMENT.
B. TERMINAL ELIGIBILITY DATES FOR CYCLE 092 (REFER TO REF B TO COMPUTE
TIR):
(1) E7 CANDIDATES - 1 JANUARY 2014. PERSONNEL WITH A TIR DATE OF 1
JANUARY 2011 OR EARLIER ARE TIR ELIGIBLE. (2) E6 CANDIDATES - 1 JULY 2013. PERSONNEL WITH A TIR DATE OF 1 JULY
2010 OR EARLIER ARE TIR ELIGIBLE. (3) E5 CANDIDATES - 1 JULY 2013. PERSONNEL WITH A TIR DATE OF 1 JULY
2012 OR EARLIER ARE TIR ELIGIBLE. (4) E4 CANDIDATES - 1 JULY 2013. PERSONNEL WITH A TIR DATE OF 1
JANUARY
2013 OR EARLIER ARE TIR ELIGIBLE FOR THIS EXAMINATION CYCLE. C. EARLY PROMOTE TIR WAIVER MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH REF B, PARA
216.F. CANDIDATES WHO HAVE BEEN GRANTED TIR WAIVERS MUST BE IDENTIFIED DURING
EXAMINATION ORDERING AND ON THE LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. THIS WILL REVENT
AUTOMATIC SYSTEM INVALIDATION AS A RESULT OF INSUFFICIENT TIR. CANDIDATES NOT
GRANTED A TIR WAIVER BY THEIR COMMANDING OFFICER WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR
CONSIDERATION BY EITHER THE REGULAR OR A SPECIAL SELECTION BOARD. THE "EARLY
PROMOTE" EVALUATIONS ON WHICH THE TIR WAIVER IS BASED MUST BE AVAILABLE TO THE SELECTION BOARD; OTHERWISE THE CANDIDATE WILL BE INVALIDATED. D. E4/5/6 CANDIDATES WHO REACH HIGH YEAR TENURE (HYT) ON OR AFTER
1 JULY 2013 (THE FIRST DAY OF THE ADVANCEMENT CYCLE) OR HAVE RECEIVED A HYT
WAIVER TO REMAIN IN A SELRES STATUS ON OR AFTER 1 JULY 2013, ARE ELIGIBLE TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE ADVANCEMENT EXAM, PER REF C. PERSONNEL WHO EXCEED THE HYT
LIMIT FOR THE NEXT PAYGRADE DO NOT MEET THE CRITERIA TO SERVE IN THE NEXT
PAYGRADE VACANCY AND THEREFORE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR ADVANCEMENT AND SHALL NOT
BE ADMINISTERED AN EXAMINATION. E. E7 CANDIDATES WHO REACH HYT BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF THE ADVANCEMENT
CYCLE (1 SEPTEMBER 2013) ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FEBRUARY 2013
NAVY-WIDE EXAMINATION AND WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED BY THE SELECTION BOARD. E7
CANDIDATES WHO EXCEED THE HYT LIMIT FOR THE NEXT PAYGRADE DO NOT MEET THE
CRITERIA TO SERVE IN THE NEXT PAYGRADE VACANCY AND THEREFORE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE
FOR ADVANCEMENT AND SHALL NOT BE ADMINISTERED AN EXAMINATION. F. THOSE MEMBERS WHO HAVE A PENDING OR APPROVED REQUEST FOR VOLUNTARY
TRANSFER TO THE RETIRED RESERVE (WITH OR WITHOUT PAY) OR FLEET RESERVE ON A
DATE PRIOR TO THEIR MANDATED HYT ARE INELIGIBLE FOR ADVANCEMENT AND SHALL NOT
BE ADMINISTERED AN EXAMINATION. G. MEMBERS WHO WERE VALIDATED AS SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE AND HAVE
SUBMITTED REQUESTS FOR VOLUNTARY TRANSFER TO THE RETIRED RESERVE (WITH OR
WITHOUT PAY) OR FLEET RESERVE MAY REGAIN SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBILITY PROVIDED
CANCELLATION OF RETIREMENT/FLEET RESERVE AUTHORIZATION IS APPROVED PRIOR TO
SELECTION BOARD CONVENING DATE. OTHERWISE, THEY ARE INELIGIBLE FOR
CONSIDERATION BY THE CHIEF PETTY OFFICER (CPO) SELECTION BOARD. COMMANDS
MUST REVALIDATE MEMBERS WHOSE CANCELLATION OF RETIREMENT/FLEET RESERVE
AUTHORIZATION IS APPROVED PRIOR TO SELECTION BOARD CONVENING DATE BY MESSAGE
TO NETPDTC (N321) WITH AN INFO COPY TO PERS-812/802 VIA E-MAIL AT
ADVANCEMENTS-RESERVE_(AT)_NAVY.MIL PRIOR TO CONVENING OF BOARD. BOTH THE MESSAGE
AND E-MAIL MUST INCLUDE REASON QQQQ FOR REVALIDATION. H. COMMISSIONING PROGRAMS: SAILORS WHO HAVE BEEN SELECTED FOR SEAMAN TO
ADMIRAL (STA-21), MEDICAL ENLISTED COMMISSIONING PROGRAM AND MEDICAL SERVICE
CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS REMAIN ELIGIBLE FOR ADVANCEMENT TO CPO.
SELECTION TO ANY OTHER OFFICER COMMISSIONING PROGRAM RENDERS THE MEMBER
INELIGIBLE AND EXAMS THAT WERE ADMINISTERED MUST BE INVALIDATED BY THEIR
COMMAND.
I. NAVY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (NLDP) POLICY IS CONTAINED IN REF D.
MOBILIZED IRR SAILORS ARE NOT EXEMPT FROM NLDP REQUIREMENTS. J. WARFARE QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR E6 CANDIDATES ARE CONTAINED IN
THE APPLICABLE OPNAV INSTRUCTION 1414 SERIES AND SHOULD BE REVIEWED WHEN
VERIFYING ADVANCEMENT ELIGIBILITY. K. CANDIDATES MUST MEET SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (CITIZENSHIP, DONCAF
APPROVED SECURITY CLEARANCE, MEDICAL, ARMED SERVICES VOCATIONAL APTITUDE
BATTERY TEST) FOR CERTAIN RATINGS OUTLINED IN REF B, PARA 204 NLT 31 JANUARY
2013.
L. SECURITY CLEARANCE: ALL PERSONNEL IN CERTAIN RATINGS MUST, AT A
MINIMUM, MAINTAIN CONTINUOUS SECURITY CLEARANCE ELIGIBILITY. A FAVORABLE
INVESTIGATION ADJUDICATION MUST BE ISSUED FROM DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY CENTRAL
ADJUDICATION FACILITY (DONCAF) OR A CO MUST GRANT TEMPORARY ACCESS (AN INTERIM CLEARANCE) NLT
31 JANUARY 2013. CO'S MUST FOLLOW PROCEDURES FROM THE NAVY PERSONNEL
SECURITY PROGRAM TO GRANT INTERIM ACCESS. SAILORS IN THE FOLLOWING RATINGS
WHO DO NOT MEET THIS REQUIREMENT ARE INELIGIBLE FOR ADVANCEMENT AND SHALL NOT
BE ADMINISTERED AN EXAMINATION: AC, AE, AG, AO, ATI, ATO, AWF, AWO, AWR, AWS,
AWV, AZ, CTI, CTN, CTR, CTT, EOD, ET, FC, FT, GM, HT, IC, IS, IT, ITS, LN, MA,
MC, MN, MT, ND, OS, QM, SB, SO, STG, STS, AND YN. THIS GUIDANCE SUPERSEDES REF B. M. CANDIDATES MUST MEET PHYSICAL READINESS PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS OF REF E. N. "A" SCHOOL CANDIDATES: (1) SAILORS WHO HAVE REPORTED TO "A" SCHOOL FOR A RATING CONVERSION
AND HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE "A" SCHOOL BY 31 JANUARY 2013 ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO
PARTICIPATE IN THE EXAMINATION. (2) SAILORS COMPLETING MANDATORY "A" SCHOOL FOR THE RATING ENTRY
AFTER THE REGULAR EXAMINATION DATE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR REGULAR OR LATE
EXAMINATIONS IN THEIR NEW RATING. O. BRANCH CLASS (BRCL) AND SPECIAL PROGRAM INDICATOR (SPI) CODE: BRCL 32 WITH
A BLANK SPI CODE IS AN INVALID NAVY ACCOUNTING STATUS WHICH MAY CAUSE SAILORS
TO BE REFLECTED IN THE INCORRECT ADVANCEMENT COMPETITIVE CATEGORY. COMMANDS WITH SAILORS
IN THIS INVALID ACCOUNTING STATUS MUST TAKE ACTION TO CORRECT THIS ERROR
EITHER VIA NAVY STANDARD INTEGRATED PERSONNEL SYSTEM (NSIPS) CORRECTIVE ACTION
OR THE SAILOR MUST SUBMIT A BOARD FOR CORRECTION OF NAVAL RECORDS (BCNR)
PETITION.THIS ACCOUNTING STATUS IS REFLECTED ON THE COMMAND'S ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION VERIFICATION REPORT (EDVR).
SAILORS IN THIS INVALID ACCOUNTING STATUS WILL HAVE THEIR EXAMS INVALIDATED. P. THE IN-THEATER SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBILITY WAIVER IS NOT AN AUTOMATIC
PROCESS. COMMANDS MUST TAKE ACTION FOR THE SAILOR TO RECEIVE A SELECTION BOARD
ELIGIBLE WAIVER. FAILURE ON THE COMMAND'S PART TO VALIDATE A SAILOR AS SELECTION BOARD
ELIGIBLE RESULTS IN THE MEMBER NOT BEING CONSIDERED BY THE SELECTION BOARD.
CANDIDATES ARE DIRECTED
TO VERIFY THAT THEY HAVE BEEN VALIDATED AS SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE BY
VIEWING THEIR PROFILE SHEET PER PARAGRAPH 8.D. OF THIS NAVADMIN.

4. EVALUATION INFO: EVALUATIONS USED TO COMPUTE PERFORMANCE MARK AVERAGES
MUST BE INCLUSIVE OF THE PERIODS LISTED BELOW: PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION COMPUTATION PAYGRADE PAYGRADE PERIOD E4 E3 1 JUNE 2012 TO 31 JANUARY 2013 E5 E4 1 FEBRUARY 2012 TO 31 JANUARY 2013 E6 E5 1 FEBRUARY 2010 TO 31 JANUARY 2013 E7 E6 1 FEBRUARY 2010 TO 31 DECEMBER 2012
IN RECOMMENDING CANDIDATES FOR ADVANCEMENT, COMMANDS MUST VERIFY CANDIDATES
HAVE AN EVALUATION IN CURRENT PAYGRADE TO ESTABLISH A PERFORMANCE MARK
AVERAGE (PMA). IF A SERVICE MEMBER DOES NOT HAVE AN EVALUATION WITHIN THE
PERIOD SPECIFIED, PREPARE A SPECIAL EVALUATION WITH BLOCK 15 REFLECTING 31
JANUARY 2013 FOR E4, E5, AND E6 CANDIDATES; 31 DECEMBER 2012 FOR E7
CANDIDATES.

5. GENERAL EXAMINATION INFO: A. ENSURE ALL CANDIDATES, ESO, PROCTORS, AND ADMINISTRATORS HAVE
REQUIRED CLEARANCE PRIOR TO EXAMINATION ADMINISTRATION. B. EXAMINATIONS WILL BE ADMINISTERED PER CHAPTER 6 OF REF B, THIS
NAVADMIN, AND THE GENERAL EXAMINATION VERBATIM INSTRUCTION. DO NOT ADMINISTER
ANY OTHER CYCLE 092 EXAMINATIONS PRIOR TO 1 FEBRUARY 2013 UNLESS SPECIFICALLY
AUTHORIZED QQQQ BY COMNAVPERSCOM
(PERS-812) OR UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF REF A. C. POINTS FOR OFF-DUTY EDUCATION FOR E4/5/6 CANDIDATES: SAILORS WILL BE
AWARDED TWO POINTS FOR AN ACCREDITED ASSOCIATES DEGREE AND FOUR POINTS FOR AN
ACCREDITED BACCALAUREATE DEGREE OR ABOVE. EDUCATION POINTS WILL BE AWARDED
FOR THE HIGHEST DEGREE HELD. TO ALLOW SUFFICIENT TIME FOR THE NAVY COLLEGE
CENTER TO PROCESS ALL DOCUMENTS, TRANSCRIPTS FOR SAILORS MUST BE RECEIVED BY
THE NAVY COLLEGE CENTER NO LATER THAN
15 JANUARY 2013. THE NAVY COLLEGE CENTER WILL VALIDATE THE TRANSCRIPT AND
ENTER EDUCATION DATA INTO THE NAVY COLLEGE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
(NCMIS). THE NCMIS VALUE WILL BE USED IN THE FINAL MULTIPLE SCORE (FMS)
CALCULATION.
WHEN CALCULATING
AWARD POINTS LOCALLY, DO NOT INCLUDE DEGREE AWARD POINTS IN THAT CALCULATION. D. FOR RATINGS WITH MULTIPLE EXAMINATIONS, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT ESO
ENSURE PROPER EXAMINATION IDENTIFICATION IS USED DURING EXAMINATION ORDERING
AND ANSWER SHEET VERIFICATION (I.E. ATI/ATO, ET/ETR/ETV, MM/MME/MMW).
INCORRECT EXAMINATION IDENTIFICATION WILL CAUSE EXAMINATIONS TO BE
INCORRECTLY GRADED. E. EXAMINATIONS FOR RECALLED RESERVISTS WILL BE ORDERED BY THE COMMAND
HOLDING THE MEMBER'S SERVICE RECORD. AUTHORITY IS GRANTED TO ADMINISTER
EXAMINATIONS TO SELRES CANDIDATES ON ACTIVE DUTY CONCURRENTLY WITH THEIR
REGULAR NAVY COUNTERPARTS ON 17 JANUARY 2013 FOR E7, 7 MARCH 2013 FOR E6, 14 MARCH 2013 FOR E5 AND 21 MARCH 2013 FOR E4. HOWEVER, THESE SELRES CANDIDATES ARE STILL REQUIRED TO TAKE THE CYCLE 092 RESERVE EXAMINATION AND NOT THE ACTIVE DUTY CYCLE 218 OR 219
EXAMINATIONS.
F. BLOCK 4 OF THE EXAMINATION ANSWER SHEET SHOULD BE FILLED IN WITH 092 AS THE CYCLE. G. RATING ENTRY FOR NONDESIGNATED PERSONNEL MUST BE APPROVED BY PERS
812.
NONDESIGNATED MEMBERS WHO REQUIRE AN "A" SCHOOL WAIVER FOR ADVANCEMENT
EXAMINATION PARTICIPATION MUST SUBMIT A REQUEST TO PERS-812 POSTMARKED BY 31
DECEMBER 2012. H. ENSURE BLOCK 13 OF THE ADVANCEMENT IN RATE OR CHANGE OF RATING
WORKSHEET (NAVEDTRA 1430/2) AND ANSWER SHEET (NETPDTC 1430/2) IS CORRECT AND
COMPLETED. AT ESO DISCRETION, WORKSHEETS MAY BE SIGNED EITHER PRIOR TO
EXAMINATION OR AT THE EXAMINATION ADMINISTRATION SITE. I. REQUESTS TO ADMINISTER EXAMINATIONS LATE MUST BE HELD TO A MINIMUM TO
ALLOW TIME FOR ADEQUATE PROCESSING AND QUOTA DETERMINATION. SUBMIT REQUESTS
TO ADMINISTER EXAMINATIONS LATE PER PARA 605.D. OF REF B VIA MESSAGE, FAX, OR
E-MAIL TO NETPDTC (N321). REQUESTS MUST INCLUDE MEMBER'S NAME, RATE, LAST
FOUR OF THE SSN AND JUSTIFICATION FOR MISSING REGULAR EXAMINATION. NO ACTION
WILL BE TAKEN ON REQUESTS RECEIVED WITHOUT JUSTIFICATION. ENSURE "ADMIN
ERROR" AND "OPERATIONAL COMMITMENT" ARE CLARIFIED WHEN USED AS JUSTIFICATION.
REQUESTS RECEIVED BY NETPDTC AFTER 8 MARCH 2013 WILL BE DISAPPROVED.
EXAMINATIONS ADMINISTERED LATE MUST BE ADMINISTERED NLT 31 MARCH 2013 OR
WITHIN 7 DAYS OF RECEIPT. WHEN A CANDIDATE JUSTIFIABLY MISSES A REGULAR
EXAMINATION AND AN EXAMINATION IS AT THE COMMAND, DO NOT DESTROY THE
EXAMINATION. SUBMIT A REQUEST AS DESCRIBED ABOVE FOR PERMISSION TO RETAIN THE
EXAMINATION FOR LATE ADMINISTRATION. J. IF AN EXAM IS ADMINISTERED IN ERROR, THE COMMAND MUST REQUEST TO
INVALIDATE IT PER PARA 610 OF REF B.

6. FORWARDING EXAMINATION RETURNS: SUBMIT EXAMINATION ANSWER SHEETS BY
CLOSE OF BUSINESS THE DAY AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF EXAM. EXPEDITIOUS
SUBMISSION IS REQUIRED; GRADING CAN NOT COMMENCE UNTIL THE MAJORITY OF EXAMS
ARE RECEIVED. MAIL ENLISTED
ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION ANSWER SHEETS VIA A TRACEABLE METHOD TO: COMMANDING OFFICER NETPDTC (N321) BLDG 2435 RM 1167 6490 SAUFLEY FIELD ROAD PENSACOLA, FL 32509-5240
PER REF B, PARA 611.A. AND REF A, PACKAGE THE ORIGINAL TRANSMITTAL LETTER,
ANSWER SHEETS, AND ENCLOSURES IN AN ENVELOPE USING A CARDBOARD STIFFENER. DO NOT SEAL
THE ENVELOPE WITH EXCESSIVE TAPE AND DO NOT BEND, FOLD, MARK OR STAPLE ANSWER
SHEETS. DO NOT SEND PACKING LISTS OR LETTERS OF DESTRUCTION MAINTAIN AT
COMMAND PER REF B, PARA 612.A.). DO NOT SEND WORKSHEETS (EXCEPT FOR IA
CANDIDATES). MAIL IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: A. CONUS INSTALLATIONS. SEND ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION ANSWER SHEETS VIA
FEDEX UNDER CURRENT GSA CONTRACT. RETAIN A PROOF OF DELIVERY TRACKING
NUMBER.
B. OVERSEAS SHORE COMMANDS. SEND ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION SHEETS VIA
FEDEX OR UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) THREE-DAY EXPRESS MAIL QQQQ
SERVICE.
RETAIN A PROOF OF DELIVERY WITH FEDEX OR A RETURN RECEIPT WITH USPS. C. DEPLOYED SHIPS. SEND ADVANCEMENT EXAMINATION ANSWER SHEETS IN A
REGISTERED MAIL WORKING BAG ADDRESSED TO THE SERVICING FLEET MAIL CENTER IN
THE DEPLOYED AREA. THE SECOND LINE OF THE ADDRESS SHOULD READ (ADVANCEMENT
EXAMINATION ANSWER SHEETS ENCLOSED - DO NOT OPEN IN MAIL ROOM). THE POSTAL
OFFICER WILL THEN FORWARD VIA USPS THREE-DAY EXPRESS MAIL TO NETPDTC. D. DO NOT MIX CYCLES TOGETHER WHEN RETURNING ANSWER SHEETS. SEPARATE EACH
CYCLE AND MAIL INDIVIDUALLY. E. COMMANDS SHALL VERIFY RECEIPT OF ANSWER SHEETS AND NUMBER OF
DISCREPANCIES ON THE NEAS ELECTRONIC TOTE BOARD LOCATED AT
HTTPS://NEASOS.CNET.NAVY.MIL/NEAS/PUBLIC/TOTEBOARD.ASPX/

7. SUBMIT EXAMINATION DISCREPANCY CORRECTIONS, AS REQUIRED BY TABLE 7-3 OF REF A,
TO NETPDTC (N321) VIA LETTER OR E-MAIL WITH ATTACHMENTS TO
SFLY_N321_DISCREPANC(AT)NAVY.MIL. A LIST OF OUTSTANDING DISCREPANCIES WILL
BE MAINTAINED AT HTTPS://NEASOS.CNET.NAVY.MIL. ENSURE NSIPS IS CORRECT
PRIOR TO SUBMITTING REQUESTS FOR CORRECTION.

8. EXAMINATION RESULTS: EXAMINATION RESULTS WILL BE POSTED ON THE NEAS
WEBSITE AND MAY BE ACCESSED BY ESO AND AUTHORIZED VIEWERS. A. THE EXAMINATION STATUS VERIFICATION REPORT (ESVR) IS THE OFFICIAL
SOURCE FOR THE RESULTS. THIS REPORT MUST BE VERIFIED FOR ACCURACY PRIOR TO
FROCKING AND ADVANCEMENT. CONFIRMATION OF A CANDIDATE'S SELECTION BOARD
STATUS WILL BE INDICATED ON THE CANDIDATE'S PROFILE SHEET OR THE ESVR. (1) COMMANDS MUST SUBMIT A MESSAGE TO NETPDTC PENSACOLA, FL (N321),
INFO COMNAVPERSCOM MILLINGTON, TN (PERS-812), REQUESTING INVALIDATION FOR
CANDIDATES NO LONGER ELIGIBLE OR NO LONGER RECOMMENDED FOR ADVANCEMENT. (2) WITHDRAWAL OF ADVANCEMENT RECOMMENDATION MUST BE DOCUMENTED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH REF B, PARA 721.B. B. COMMANDS WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA NAVAL MESSAGE IF A CANDIDATE'S
EXAMINATION NEEDS TO BE INVALIDATED DUE TO UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES. ALL OTHER
INVALIDATION NOTIFICATIONS WILL BE THROUGH ESVR AND PROFILE SHEETS. C. COMMANDS ARE DIRECTED TO VERIFY THE ESVR FOR ACCURACY AND RE-VERIFY
WEEKLY THEREAFTER UNTIL SCHEDULED BOARD CONVENING DATE. IF NECESSARY, TAKE
CORRECTIVE ACTIONS PER REF B TO ENSURE CANDIDATES WHO QUALIFY FOR SELECTION
BOARD CONSIDERATION ARE DESIGNATED AS SELECTION BOARD ELIGIBLE PRIOR TO THE
BOARD CONVENING DATE. D. RATE CHANGE AUTHORIZATIONS (RCA), PROFILE SHEETS, AND COMMAND
STATISTIC REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE NEAS WEBSITE. E. INDIVIDUAL SAILORS MAY VIEW/DOWNLOAD THEIR PROFILE SHEET AT THE
"PROFILE SHEETS" LINK ON THE NKO NAVY ADVANCEMENT CENTER (NAC) WEBSITE. LOG
ONTO NAVY NKO AT HTTPS://WWWA.NKO.NAVY.MIL AND FOLLOW THE NAVY NAC LINK UNDER
CAREER MANAGEMENT. F. AS NOTED IN PARA 102 OF REF B, CANDIDATES SHARE EQUAL RESPONSIBILITY
WITH THEIR PARENT COMMANDS IN ENSURING THEIR NAME APPEARS ON THE SELECTION
BOARD ELIGIBILITY LIST. AFTER EXHAUSTING LOCAL RESOURCES, IF THE CANDIDATE'S
NAME STILL DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE ELIGIBILITY LIST, CONTACT PERS-802 PRIOR TO
BOARD CONVENING.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY AFFECT APPROVAL OF SPECIAL SELECTION BOARD REQUESTS.

9. SELECTION BOARD INFORMATION A. THE FY-14 SELRES/FTS E7 SELECTION BOARD WILL CONVENE 13 MAY 2013. B. RECORDS REVIEW AND COMMUNICATION WITH THE E7 SELECTION BOARD: (1) LETTERS TO THE BOARD (LTB) MUST BE RECEIVED BY NAVPERSCOM
CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER (CSC) BY 22 APRIL 2013 FOR THE RESERVE E7 BOARD. (2) THIRD PARTY CORRESPONDENCE WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. (3) ALL CORRESPONDENCE SHOULD BE ON PLAIN WHITE PAPER, PAPER CLIPPED
(NO STAPLES, BINDERS, FOLDERS, OR TABS), AND SUBMITTED UNDER COVER LETTER TO
THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD. CANDIDATES MUST VERIFY THE CORRECT BOARD NUMBER
(SEE BELOW) IS ON THEIR COVER LETTER TO ENSURE THEIR LETTER APPEARS BEFORE
THE PROPER BOARD. (4) FULL NAME AND FULL SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER MUST BE AFFIXED AND
LEGIBLE ON ALL DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED. G. E7 SELECTION BOARD MAILING ADDRESSES. (1) RESERVE E7 LETTERS TO THE BOARD MUST BE ADDRESSED TO: NAVY PERSONNEL COMMAND CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER PRESIDENT FY14 RESERVE E7 SELECTION BOARD #336 (FTS/CANREC) OR #335
(SELRES/ADOS/ADT/MOBILIZATION/PRESIDENTIAL RECALL) 5720 INTEGRITY DRIVE MILLINGTON, TN 38055 (2) ADDRESS FOR E-MAILING ENCRYPTED LETTERS TO THE BOARD: CSCSELBOARD(AT)NAVY.MIL H. USE OF SPECIAL HANDLING MAIL (CERTIFIED OR REGISTERED) IS NOT ADVISED
DUE TO SIGNIFICANT DELAYS IN HANDLING. I. SAILORS ARE WELCOME TO PROVIDE NEW INFORMATION TO THE BOARD THAT IS
NOT CURRENTLY IN THEIR RECORD. LTB, WHICH MAY BE MAILED OR E-MAILED TO THE
ADDRESSES IN PARA 9.G. ABOVE, PROVIDE CANDIDATES THE OPPORTUNITY TO SUBMIT
ANY QQQQ MISSING DOCUMENTS FROM THE SECTIONS OF THEIR OMPF THAT ARE REVIEWED
BY THE BOARD.
THE E7 SELECTION BOARD WILL REVIEW THE OMPF OF ALL CANDIDATES AS WELL AS
ITEMS SUBMITTED BY CANDIDATES PER POLICY OUTLINED IN THIS NAVADMIN. EACH
ELIGIBLE CANDIDATE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THEIR OMPF IS CORRECT AND UP TO
DATE WITH LATEST EVALUATIONS, AWARDS, AND OTHER APPROPRIATE INFORMATION. CANDIDATES ARE
ENCOURAGED TO REVIEW REF B CHAPTER 12 AND REF F CONCERNING SELECTION BOARD
RECORD REVIEW, SELECTION BOARD CORRESPONDENCE SUBMISSION, AND OMPF
CORRECTIONS. BOARD ELIGIBLES ARE DIRECTED TO REVIEW THEIR OMPF MY RECORD
OPTION ON BOL OR ORDER A CD-ROM OF THEIR COMPLETE RECORD. IN MANY CASES, UP-
TO-DATE INFORMATION VIEWABLE IN NSIPS ELECTRONIC SERVICE RECORD (ESR) MAY NOT
BE CONTAINED IN A CANDIDATE'S OMPF. THEREFORE, IF DOCUMENTS THAT CANDIDATES
WANT THE BOARD TO REVIEW ARE NOT VIEWABLE VIA "OMPF MY RECORD" THEN THEY MUST
SUBMIT THOSE DOCUMENTS, ALONG WITH A COVER LETTER, TO THE SELECTION BOARD
PRESIDENT, TO BE REVIEWED BY THIS BOARD.
LTB FORWARDED FOR CONSIDERATION BY THE E7 SELECTION BOARD WILL NOT BE ADDED
TO THE MEMBER'S OMPF. COMMUNICATION TO THE BOARD MUST ORIGINATE FROM
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS; CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE COMMAND TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE
BOARD WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR CONSIDERED. THIS GUIDANCE SUPERSEDES REF B. J. SELECTION BOARD OFFICIAL RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED VIA NAVADMIN.

10. ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CYCLE WILL BE POSTED ON THE
NEAS WEBSITE AND THE NPC ENLISTED CAREER ADMINISTRATION WEBPAGE
HTTP://WWW.PUBLIC.NAVY.MIL/BUPERS-NPC/CAREER/
ENLISTEDCAREERADMIN/PAGES/ADVANCEMENT.ASPX AND
HTTP://WWW.PUBLIC.NAVY.MIL/BUPERS-NPC/BOARDS/RESERVEENLISTED/PAGES/CP
OSELECTIONBOARDS.ASPX

11. SUMMARY OF KEY DATES AND EVENTS. AS AN AID TO COMMANDS, BELOW SUMMARY
HIGHLIGHTS KEY DATES LISTED IN THIS NAVADMIN. FOLLOWING EACH EVENT IS A
NUMBER IN PARENTHESIS, REFLECTING THE CORRESPONDING PARAGRAPH OF THIS
NAVADMIN.
DATE EVENT
8 - 21OCT12 ORDER SCI EXAMS (PARA 2)
14NOV12 - 9JAN13 INITIAL ORDER NON-SCI EXAMS (PARA 2)
10JAN13 - 5FEB13 ADDITIONAL ORDER NON-SCI EXAMS (PARA 2)
3MAR13 DEADLINE TO ORDER EXAMS (PARA 2)
31MAR13 LAST DAY TO ADMINISTER LATE EXAMS (PARA 2), EXAM
MUST BE ADMINISTERED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF RECEIPT (PARA 5)
1APR13 FIRST DAY TO DESTROY UNUSED EXAMS (PARA 2)
1JAN14 E7 TERMINAL ELIGIBILITY DATE (PARA 3)
1JUL13 E4/5/6 TERMINAL ELIGIBILITY DATE (PARA 3)
1JUL10 OR EARLIER E6 TIR DATE (PARA 3)
1JUL12 OR EARLIER E5 TIR DATE (PARA 3)
1JUL13 OR EARLIER E4 TIR DATE (PARA 3)
1JUL13 OR LATER E4/5/6 HYT/WAIVER ELIGIBILITY DATE (PARA 3)
1SEP13 OR LATER E7 HYT ELIGIBILITY DATE (PARA 3)
31JAN13 DEADLINE TO COMPLETE RATING CONVERSION "A"
SCHOOL(PARA 3)
1JUN12 - 31JAN13 E4 CANDIDATE EVAL PERIOD FOR PMA (PARA 4)
1FEB12 - 31JAN13 E5 CANDIDATE EVAL PERIOD FOR PMA (PARA 4)
1FEB10 - 31JAN13 E6 CANDIDATE EVAL PERIOD FOR PMA (PARA 4)
1FEB10 - 31DEC12 E7 CANDIDATE EVAL PERIOD FOR PMA (PARA 4)
15JAN13 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT TRANSCRIPTS FOR EDUCATION PTS (PARA 5)
17JAN13 E7 ACTIVE DUTY EXAM DATE (PARA 5)
7MAR13 E6 ACTIVE DUTY EXAM DATE (PARA 5)
14MAR13 E5 ACTIVE DUTY EXAM DATE (PARA 5)
21MAR13 E4 ACTIVE DUTY EXAM DATE (PARA 5)
31DEC12 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT "A" SCHOOL WAIVER (PARA 5)
DAY AFTER EXAM DEADLINE TO SUBMIT EXAM ANSWER SHEETS (PARA 6)
22APR13 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT LETTERS TO THE E7 BOARD (PARA 9)

12. POINTS OF CONTACT: A. NPC CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER, AT 1-866-U-ASK-NPC (1-866-827-5672), OR
VIA E-MAIL AT CSCMAILBOX(AT)NAVY.MIL FOR GENERAL INQUIRIES AND
CSCSELBOARD(AT)NAVY.MIL FOR E7 SELECTION BOARD CORRESPONDENCE.
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B. SCI EXAMINATIONS, E-MAIL SFLY_CRYPTOLOGIC.PRODUCTS(AT)NAVY.MI
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C. EXAMINATION ORDERS, E-MAIL SFLY_N321_EXAM_ORDERING(AT)NAVY.MI
L.
D. EXAMINATION DISCREPANCIES, E-MAIL SFLY_N321_DISCREPANC(AT)NAV Y.MIL. E. GENERAL EXAMINATION QUESTIONS, E-MAIL SFLY_EXAM_QUESTIONS(AT)
NAVY.MIL.
F. GENERAL ADVANCEMENT QUESTIONS, E-MAIL SFLY_NAVY_ADVANCMENT(AT
)NAVY.MIL.

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