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E4 thru E6 advancement quotas are out....

E4 thru E6 advancement quota's are out....

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EDIT:

I keep forgetting that most of you don't understand this.  So let me explain....

You want high numbers. It means they need to fill those slots. Suppose you have 100 people taking the test, and the quote is only 1. Then that means you have a 99% chance of not making it. 

However, lets say for MA for E4, you have 731 quotas, if only 700 people took the test you have 100% chance of making it. If 1462 (732 x 2) took the test, then you only have a 50% chance of making it. Make sense?

The higher the numbers, the better.

btw: You will notice like CTI only has one quote for E4, the reason is you automatically get E4 (push button E4) out of school. That one quota is for the guy that went to Captains Mast and was busted down a paygrade.


These numbers are actually really, really good for the majority of the ratings.

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Comment by ski-nanny on May 22, 2012 at 3:04pm

Waiting for the Reserve list......

Comment by ski-nanny on May 22, 2012 at 4:10pm

Soon.  Usually within 48 hours of the quotas being posted.

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