Quiz: Can You Pass the Navy Officer Exam?
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Can You Pass the Navy Officer Exam?
By: Heather Cahill
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About This Quiz

The road to becoming a Navy officer is a long and fulfilling one! You'll want to be prepared for everything, from the testing to the requirements. There is so much to learn about the job. Think you're ready to board an aircraft carrier and serve your country?

Do you know any terms that are used heavily throughout the Navy? Do you know the positions and hierarchy within the branch? Do you know what knots would come in handy when working aboard a Navy ship? There is a lot of unique knowledge to know when serving with the Navy. It's no ordinary job, after all!

Do you know what equipment is used on board a Navy ship? If you do, then do you know how to operate them, or what they're used for? Do you know all of the parts of a ship and where to report to when you may be asked? Don't forget the time. You'll be using Military time, meaning that you'll have to know it well! This quiz will start at 1800 hours, officer.

So, you think you have what it takes to become a Navy officer? Then you'll have to prove it by getting an incredible score on this quiz!

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Which of the following school subjects can come in handy on this exam?
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If you're asked to "bear a hand," what should you do?
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Is it true or false that the riding light must be turned on when anchoring the ship?
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What is a term used for a small boat?
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Is it true or false that radars are used on board a naval ship?
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If you serve in the Navy you'll need to know what "ETD" is. What does it stand for?
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In addition to testing your skills, what else does the test determine?
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What object is held at half mast at certain times?
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Is it true or false that "sitrep" is short for a situation report?
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How is the speed a boat is moving at described?
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Instead of calling it a ceiling, what is it called on board a naval ship?
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Is it true or false that "taut" means slack?
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Which of the following is the name of a knot?
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Where would an officer go to sleep at night?
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If you're asked to report to the bridge of a ship, where should you go?
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What do sealift ships carry?
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What time is 1900 hours?
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Is it true or false that the Navy uses submarines?
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Which Navy officer gets a pay grade of O-1?
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The Navy deals with operations on the water, but they also dabble into another part of the military. What else do they have a large part in?
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What is often used in order to move cargo?
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Is it true or false that if you're on "standby" then you are on vacation?
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Is it true or false that a weather deck is exposed to weather?
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Officers in the Navy are evaluated on what?
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Which of the following is a unit of measurement used at sea?
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What is an old synonym for "by the board"?
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