APFT Calculator

US Army APFT Calculator

Total Points : /300

Push Ups Score : /100 Failed

Sit Ups Score : /100 Failed

Run Score : /100 Failed

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US Army service members are both physically and mentally fit. APFT calculator, also called as Army PT score calculator, is used to calculate the score in Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) to determine whether you are physically fit for the US Army or not. The score is calculated based on total number of push-ups completed in 2 minutes, total number of sit-ups completed in 2 minutes and time needed to run 2 miles.

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Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) comprises of 3 events:

  1. Push-ups: To measure the endurance of chest, shoulders and triceps
  2. Sit-ups: To measure the endurance of abdominal and hip-flexor muscles
  3. 2-mile run: To measure the endurance of leg muscles 

APFT Score Guideline:

Initial Entry Training (IET) soldiers at BCT need to obtain a minimum score of 50 points in each event to pass APFT. All other soldiers must obtain a minimum score of 60 points in each event to pass APFT. In order to obtain an APFT badge, a soldier must obtain a minimum score of 90 points in each event.
 
The maximum APFT score a soldier can obtain in each event is 100 points. The requirement to max out the APFT score in each event is different for different age group and is provided in the tables below.

Standard For Maximum APFT Score (100 points) In Each Event (For Males)

AgePush-up (100 points)Sit-up (100 points)2-mile run (100 points)
17-21717813 min
22-26758013 min
27-31778213 min 18 sec
32-36757613 min 18 sec

Standard For Maximum APFT Score (100 points) In Each Event (For Females)

AgePush-up (100 points)Sit-up (100 points)2-mile run (100 points)
17-21427815 min 36 sec
22-26468015 min 36 sec
27-31508215 min 48 sec
32-36457615 min 54 sec
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