INSTRUCTIONS ON ANSWERING QUESTIONS
Naval courses may include several types of questions--multiple-choice, true-false, matching, etc. The questions are not grouped
by type but by subject matter. They are presented in the same general sequence as the textbook material upon which they are based.
This presentation is designed to preserve continuity of thought, permitting step-by-step development of ideas. Not all courses use
all of the types of questions available. You can readily identify the type of each question, and the action required, by reviewing
of the samples given below.
Each question contains several alternative answers, one of which is the best answer to the question. Select the best alternative,
and blacken the appropriate box on the answer sheet.
The first U.S. Navy nuclear-powered vessel
was what type of ship?
Mark each statement true or false as indicated below. If any part of the statement is false, the entire statement is false. Make
your decision, and blacken the appropriate box on the answer sheet.
Shock will never be serious enough to cause
Each set of questions consists of two columns, each listing words, phrases or sentences. Your task is to select the item in
column B which is the best match for the item in column A. Items in column B may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
Specific instructions are given with each set of questions. Select the numbers identifying the answers and blacken the appropriate
boxes on your answer sheet.
In answering questions s-3 through s-6, SELECT from column B the department where the shipboard officer in column A
functions. Responses may be used once, more than once, or not at all.
Indicate in this way on your answer sheet:
Damage Control Assistant 1.
Communications Officer 4.