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NAC processed all advancement-eligible Reserve PO1s based on two factors - performance and technical knowledge. Under the new Final Multiple Score (FMS) formula announced in NAVADMIN 114/14, performance (promotion recommendation block average) is 60% of the FMS and technical knowledge (rating exam standard score, which represents knowledge standing among peers) is 40%.
Candidates are rank ordered by their FMS for selection board eligibility. Only those with an FMS that falls in the top 60% in each rating are selection board eligible. Selection board results are now posted on NAC's NKO portal. Common Access Card (CAC) access from a .mil domain computer is required. If you do not have access, contact your chain of command or command Educational Services Officer.
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Is there a list of FY-16 NAVRES Board Eligible Candidates floating around somewhere? I can't seem to find one...


As far as I know only for specific commands not the entire Reserves.  If there is I haven't seen it.

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