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hand and at the proper signal walks the stylus from one
ceive the training exceeds the number required, the data
circle to the next, starting with the left hand and
obtained during Interviews may be used to select
alternating left, right, left, etc.
Physical Evaluation Measures.
a Physical
15. Driver Selection Battery II Tests. a. Battery II
evaluation tests are intended for diagnostic guidance, and
Tests are a series of written and manual tests to
counseling purposes. In addition, they will insure that all
determine driver judgment, visual judgment, and eye-
operators  possess  at  least  minimum  physical
hand coordination Battery II Tests will be administered to
requirements for safe operation
selected operator candidates, if the Individual's Battery I
score is below 85, or in cases where the selected
b. Equipment for the physical evaluation tests is a
candidate has not taken the Battery I Tests DA PAM 310-
TSARCOM Item of supply under Federal Class 6930.
8 provides current form numbers of test booklets, answer
This  equipment  includes  instructions  and  material
sheets and scoring keys.
necessary to conduct these tests.
b.  DA Form 6122 (Army Emergency Judgment
Test) determines individual reaction to emergency
17.  Classification of Prospective Operators.  The
situations The test consists of pictures of situations that
information obtained from the interview, battery tests, and
may happen while driving on highways and streets For
physical evaluation tests is recorded on DA Form 348.
each of these pictures, the student is asked a question
This information provides a basis for classification of
about what he would do if he were one of the drivers
potential operating ability.  Three distinct categories of
c.  DA Form 6123 (Army Visual Judgment Test)
students are those having:
determines how well the student can pick out words that
a.  Considerable previous experience in driving
have the same meaning Each question is made up of one
vehicles and operating equipment. This group may be
underlined word on the left followed by five more words
the most readily trained In the shortest time, however,
The student looks at the five words on the right and
they may have formed bad driving and/or operating habits
chooses the one that is exactly like the underlined word
that are difficult to overcome.
on the left Also, the size of the type becomes
Limited previous driving and/or operating
progressively smaller in the tests
experience. This group requires more time to train and
d. DA Form 6124 (Two-Hand Coordination Test) is
also may have formed some bad driving/operating habits.
designed to determine accuracy and speed of hand
c. No previous driving and/or operating experience.
movement in conjunction with eyesight on the test paper
Personnel from this group will often make good operators
are three double paths of irregularly spaced circles. The
if they are selected carefully and allocated sufficient
circles represent touchdown points for the stylus.  The
training time to compensate for lack of experience.


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