The Army Physical Fitness Test score - APFT - is calculated from the points earned by doing sit-ups, push-ups, and a 2-mile run. Decoding the complex APFT charts can be confusing, so just enter your results and see if you meet the army APFT standards!
It is a fitness test obligatory for the US Army service members, conducted twice a year. It's designed for the soldiers to prove their the muscular strength, endurance, and cardiovascular respiratory fitness. Since 1980, there are three disciplines, described in Army Field Manual 7-22:
The maximum APFT score is 100 points per discipline, which gives a total of 300 points. To pass the test, it is required to get at least 60 points (60%) in every category. It means that the minimum total score is 180 points. The APFT calculator shows the overall score in the last field.
The particular charts for both genders for all three disciplines can be found on the Army APFT Standards page. To see your score:
The scoreboards are large and complex - you can use the army APFT calculator instead. It shows the particular scores separately and sums them up to give you your total outcome.