How do I find my Air Force promotion scores?

How do I find my Air Force promotion scores?

The staff sergeant promotion list is available on the Enlisted Promotions page of the Air Force’s Personnel Center website, the Air Force Portal and myPers. Airmen can access their score notices on the virtual Military Personnel Flight via the AFPC secure applications page.

How many points is a Promote worth?

The next 15 percent of senior airmen, and 10 percent of staff and tech sergeants, can receive a “must promote” rating, which yields 220 points. The next three ratings — “promote,” “not ready now,” and “do not promote” — will get an airman 200, 150 and 50 points respectively, but there will be no limits on those.

How many EPRs count for promotion?

three EPRs
Those Airmen entering their first year of promotion eligibility will have one EPR used to calculate weighted points. Airmen with more than one EPR on file since becoming promotion eligible for their next higher grade will have up to three EPRs used for calculation.

How many points is a Promote Now EPR?

250 points
The system is still designed to place the most emphasis on the most recent EPR. For the most recent EPR, Airmen will receive 250 points for a “Promote Now” recommendation, 220 points for “Must Promote,” and 200 points for “Promote.” And for Airmen with only one eligible EPR, that will be the extent of their score.

How are WAPS cutoffs calculated?

After totalling all of the Weighted Airman Promotion Systems (WAPS) points for these airmen, AFPC selects the top 50 (20%). The 50th airman’s score becomes the cutoff score.

Can you make e4 in 2 years?

High School Military Academy These participants are granted advanced ranking after two or three years of attending such a school. For E-2, completion of two years and graduation from an accredited high school level Military Academy is required; for E-3, you’ll need at least three years and must graduate.