The letters indicate the desired level of understanding applicable to each particular rank as Air Force Professionals. The numbers indicate the importance of the information to each particular rank as Air Force Professionals.
The MKTS chart can help you save time preparing for promotion testing by using the numbers identified within each paragraph or section. These numbers let you know what information is the most important to know for your particular grade. The team of Chief Master Sergeants who write the promotion tests use the MKTS Chart as a guide to develop test questions applicable to each 'testing to' grade.
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Testable content comprehension levels were determined by survey of all active duty chief master sergeants. It is the primary measurement to ensure enlisted promotion tests are developed to the required AF-level of knowledge for enlisted promotion to the next grade. For promotion testing purposes, the level of comprehension necessary for each section is identified by rank using a scale of A through D.
Enlisted Airmen should use the chart to identify the levels of comprehension of subject matter content for the enlisted promotion exam and development expectations associated with each rank.