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Which of the following information is contained in the Navy Goal Card

1. Navy core values
2. Rating and advancement career information for each new recruit
3. The Sailor's Creed
4. All of the above
2. Rating and advancement carrer information for each new recruit
In fleet and shore stations, who is responsible for maintaining the two-page Goal card

1. First term Sailors
2. Second term Sailors
3. Newly recruited Sailors
1. First term Sailors
Which of the following goal-setting areas is included in the Pocket Goal Card

1. Navy core values and recruit training goals
2. The Sailor's Creed and personal priorities
3. DEP goals and fleet goals
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following is a purpose of the Professional Development Board

1. To advise Sailors on the necessity of completing PQS
2. To give Sailors a chance for greater responsibility
3. Both 1 and 2
3. Both 1 and 2
Which of the following personnel make up the Professional Development Board

1. Command master chief
2. Command careet counselor
3. Educational service officer
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What is the objective of the enlisted advancement system

1. To keep Sailors from stagnating
2. To provide qualified petty offciers to operate the Navy's ships, squadrons, and shore stations
3. To train Sailors for fleet commands
4. To provide equal opportunity to lowe enlisted
2. To provide qualified petty officers to operate the Navy's ships, squadrons, and shore stations
The enlisted rating structure provides paths of advancement for personnel in paygrades E-1 through the maximum paygrade

1. E-9
2. E-7
3. E-6
4. E-4
1. E-9
Which of the following is an apprenticeship designation

1. AT
2. EM
3. FN
4. MM
3. FN
Ratings are divided into how many categories

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
What is a general rating

1. An identification of special skills not related to any occupational field
2. An identification of general skills with a broad occupational field
3. An occupational field having different qualifications and duties
4. A broad occupational field requiring the same general qualifications and includes similar duties
4. A broad occupational field requiring the same general qualifications and includes similar duties
Which of the following statements defines a designated striker

1. Any sailor in paygrade
E-1 through E-3
2. A sailor in paygrade E-1 through E-3 who is technically qualified for a specific rating
3. A sailor who wants to become qualified for a specific rating
4. All of the above
2. A sailor in paygrade E-1 through E-3 who is technically qualified for a specific rating
What is the difference, fi any, between naval standards and occupational standards

1. Naval standards only affect paygrades E-1 through E-3, while occupational standards affect all paygrades
2. Naval standards are the technical standards for a particular paygrade, and occupational standards are the military requirements for a particular paygrade
3. Naval standards are the military requirements for a particular paygrade, and occupational standards are technical for a paygrade
4. None
3. Naval standards are the military requirements for a particular paygrade, and occupational standards are technical standards for a particular paygrade
To be eligible for advancement the E-2 or E-3, you must meet which of the following requirements

1. Have a certain time in rate
2. Be recommended by your CO
3. Complete Basic Military Requirements, NAVEDTRA 12018
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What is the purpose for the Bibliography for Advancement-in-Rate

1. To train Sailors for advancement
2. To help Sailors study for advancement-in-rate exams
3. To show what publications are current
4. To give answers to the test
2. To help sailors study for the advancement-in-rate exams
For you to become eligible for advancement, what person must recommend you

1. CO
2. XO
3. Division officer
4. Division LCPO
1. CO
You are an E-2 and are eligible for advancement. What person advances you

1. Secretary of the Navy
2. Chief of Naval Personnel
3. Commanding officer
4. Executive officer
3. Commanding officer
What factor limits the number of Sailors who can be advanced to Petty officer

1. The number of vacanies that exist on board the ship
2. The number of vacanies that exist in each rate and rating
3. The ability of the sailors to pass the advancement exam
4. Each of the above
2. The number of vacancies that exist in each rate and rating
Which of the following are categories of the final multiple that determines which personnel are promoted to paygrades E-4 through E-6

1. Merit rating
2. Personnel testing
3. Experience
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following factors are considered in the final multiple computation

1. Performance mark average and examination score
2. Lenght of service and service in paygrade
3. Award PNA credit
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
In the Navy, there are how many types of duty

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
Which of the following statements describes sea duty

1. Duty performed in commisioned vessels or activities home ported/home based in CONUS that operate away from the home port/home base in excess of 150 days per year
2. Duty performed in overseas land-based activities that are creditied as sea duty for rotational purposes
3. Duty in activities normaly diesignated as shore duty but that require members to be present 100 to 150 days per year
1. Duty performed in commissioned vessels or activities home ported/home based in CONUS that operate away from the home port/home base in excess of 150 days per year
What form should you submit to indicate your duty perference

1. Special request
2. Personnel requistion
3. NAVPERS 1306/63
4. NAVPERS 1170
3. NAVPER 1306/63
You have just arrived at your first duty station. You should submit a duty preference form after what period of time

1. 1 month
2. 3 months
3. 6 months
4. 12 months
3. 6 months
What is the most significant personnel management tool in your service record

1. List of Navy schools
2. The Evaluation Report and Counseling Record
3. The Enlisted Duty Preference Form
4. Commands attached
2. The Evaluation Report and Counseling Record
Which of the following is the main purpose of the Evaluation Report and Counseling Record

1. For continuation of service
2. For assignment to special duties
3. For BUPERS to use when making advancement-in-rate assignment decisions
4. All of the above
3. For Bupers to use when making advancement-in-rate assignment decisions
What is meant if you are assigned a 3.0 on an evaluation

1. Your performance exceeds standards
2. Your performance is above standards
3. Your performance meets standards
4. Your performance is progressing
3. Your performance meets standards
How many traits are evaluated on the Evaluation Report and Counseling Record

1. Three
2. Five
3. Seven
4. Nine
3. Seven
An evaluation for which of the following traits is NOT required for paygrades E-1 through E-3

1. Leadership
2. Teamwork
3. Personal job accomplishment
4. Military bearing
1. Leadership
At what interval are Evaluation Report and Counseling Records for E-3 and below submitted

1. Yearly only
2. Yearly and when transferred
3. Biyearly only
4. Biyearly and when transferred
4. Biyearly and when transferred
Once you have signed your Evaluation report and Counseling Record, it is sent to what agency

1. CINCPAC/LANT FLT
2. CINC
3. BUPERS
4. CNO
3. BUPERS
How many different forms are contained in the Enlisted Service Record

1. 7
2. 9
3. 13
4. 15
4. 15
Which of the following data is contained in Page 2 of your enlisted Service Record

1. An application for dependency allowances
2. An up-to-date record of emergency data
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Your civiilian education
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What page of your Enlisted Service Record contains information on your occupational training and awards you've received

1. Page 1
2. Page 2
3. Page 4
3. Page 4
Where would you find information about your civilian education before you entered the Navy

1. Page 1
2. Page 2
3. Page 4
3. Page 4
What type of documents require the CO's signature

1. Those that establish policy
2. Those that deal with aspects of military justice
3. Those required by law
4. Each of the above
5. Each of the above
Which of the following is/are objective(s) of the 3-M Systems

1. To maintain equipment at maximum operating efficiency
2. To reduce equipment downtime
3. To reduce cost of maintenance in money and man-hours
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Which of the following is a requirement for qualifying for a particular watch station

1. Completing a PQS
2. Completing a PAR
3. Passing an advancement-in-rate exam
4. Each of the above
1. Completing a PQS
What section of the PQS standards deals with the major working parts of an installation

1. Fundamentals
2. Systems
3. Watch Stations
2. Systems
What person/office is your point of contact for all the Navy's training and deucation

1. LCPO
2. ESO
3. XO
4. CO
2. ESO
What type of training do you receive during daily operation and maintenance situations

1. OJT
2. GMT
3. NMT
4. "A" School
1. OJT
What training is an important part of the Navy's leadership continuum

1. OJT
2. GMT
3. "A" School
4. "C" School























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2. GMT
What Navy school provides you with advanced skills and knowledge for a particular job or billet

1. Class "A" School
2. Class "C" School
3. Class "F" School
4. Class "R" School
2. Class "C" School
What publication contatins the list of current training manuals

1. Naval Occupational Standards List
2. Catalog of Nonresident Training Courses, NAVEDTRA 12061
3. Military Rate Training Guide
2. Catalog of Nonresident Training Courses, NAVEDTRA 12061
What activity provides support to the voluntary education programs of all the military services

1. Tuition assistance
2. Navy Campus
3. DANTES
4. EEAP
3. DANTES
What program allows an enlisted person to complete a baccalaureate degree within 2 years while receiving full pay and allowances and be commissioned upon graduation

1. Enlisted Commissioning Program
2. Naval Reserve Officer Program
3. NROTC Scholarship Program
4. Boost Program
1. Enlisted Commissioning Program
There are how many types of discharges

1. Five
2. Four,
3. Three
4. Two
1. Five
If you meet the requirements for the Navy Good Conduct Medal, you also meet the requirements

1. Reenlistment only
2. Overseas duty only
3. Commissioning programs only
4. Reenlistment, overseas duty, and commissioning programs
4. Reenlistment, overseas duty, and commissioning programs