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DOE-HDBK-1080-97
TABLE I. Example board grading method
SCORE
PERFORMANCE
PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
CATEGORY
4.0 Scale
% Scale
Pass/
Fail
<3.2
<80
Fail
Unsatisfactory
The trainee's knowledge of
applied fundamental principles,
systems, or watchstation
operation is not acceptable.
>3.2 <3.5
80-87.5
Pass
Satisfactory/Good
A satisfactory/good
understanding of the applied
fundamental principles,
systems, or watchstation
operation. Some weaknesses.
>3.5 <3.8
87.6-94.9
Pass
Excellent
Above average understanding
of the applied fundamental
principles, systems, or
watchstation operation. A few
weak points.
>3.8-4.0
95-100
Pass
Outstanding
Exceptionally detailed
understanding of the applied
fundamental principles,
systems, or watchstation
operation. No weak points
noted in the trainee's
responses.
Each board member calculates the trainee's area grades using this method:
Grade each question using a relative importance scale (i.e., questions
covering safety systems, technical safety requirements, and integrated
system operation are of greater importance than questions concerning
auxiliary component/system operation).
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