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E6s eligible to advance to Chief Petty Officer should review NAVADMIN 190/15, which outlines all the requirements for the upcoming E-7 advancement Cycle 230. Candidates will be ranked ordered by their Final Multiple Score (FMS) in each rating, with only those who have an FMS that falls in the top 60% moving on to be selection board eligible. The exam is a prerequisite for the board process, where rating knowledge and performance are the only factors considered. To calculate your Performance Mark Average (PMA), use all evaluations that fall within the dates January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2015. CPO candidates must have an Early Promote advancement recommendation on their most-recent observed periodic E6 evaluation to garner an early promote 1-year time-in-rate waiver.

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