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Navy PRT Calculator

Created by Łucja Zaborowska, MD, PhD candidate
Reviewed by Dominik Czernia, PhD
Based on research by
Navy physical readiness test (PRT);; June 2021See 1 more source
US Navy PRT;
Last updated: Jun 07, 2024


This US Navy PRT calculator allows you to compute your score for all the required physical readiness categories: forearm planks, push-ups, and the cardiovascular exercise of your choice:

  • The 1.5-mile run;
  • The 450-meter run;
  • The 500-yard swim; or
  • The 2-kilometer row.

The US Navy PRT scores might be quite confusing, so we'll provide you with a simple guide to scoring the test and interpreting Navy PRT charts.

💡 This calculator has been updated according to the newest PRT Navy standards published in June 2021.

While you're here, don't forget to check if your body fat is at an acceptable level for the Navy!

How to use the Navy PRT calculator?

First section: the workout.

  1. Measure the maximum time of your forearms planking.

  2. Count the number of push-ups you can do within 2 minutes.

  3. Choose your cardio exercise and check how much time it takes you to complete one of the following:

    • The 1.5-mile run;
    • The 450-meter run;
    • The 500-yard swim; or
    • The 2-kilometer row.

Enter your three performances into the Navy PRT calculator and read your results: number of points you've achieved and your rank among all other competitors.

How to use the Navy PRT chart?

Your Navy PRT test will consist of three parts:

  • Forearm planking, which you'll need to hold for as long as you can;
  • Push-ups, performed in 2 minutes; and
  • a 1.5-mile or 450-meter run, a 2-kilometer row or a 500-yard swim.

The maximum score is 300 for all three disciplines combined.

The Navy physical readiness test's charts are divided into tables for females and males. Another important piece of information is the age of the candidate. The thresholds vary depending on which age group the candidate is in:

  • 17–19;
  • 20–24;
  • 25–29;
  • 30–34;
  • 35–39;
  • 40–44;
  • 45–49;
  • 50–54;
  • 55–59;
  • 60–64; and
  • > 65.

Remember, good results require consistency and a good training program. Don't give up or overdo it!

Get ready for the test with us:

Our Navy PRT score calculator is based on the official US Navy standards, as well as the veterans' guidance.

Our Navy PFA calculator provides three different results depending on your cardio exercise of choice: two for every category and a cumulative assessment.

Your NAVY PRT scores depend on your performance. The maximum number of points given for each discipline is 100 (outstandingly high), while the minimum is 45 (probationary). 0 points mean that the candidate's performance was unsatisfactory. Below you can find the full scoring for single disciplines and the entire test.

Single discipline grading

Points

Performance

Category

Level

100

Outstanding

High

95

Medium

90

Low

85

Excellent

High

80

Medium

75

Low

70

Good

High

65

Medium

60

Low

55

Satisfactory

High

50

Medium

45

Probationary

Full test grading

Points

Performance

Category

Level

300

Outstanding

High

295

Medium

270

Low

255

Excellent

High

240

Medium

225

Low

210

Good

High

195

Medium

180

Low

165

Satisfactory

High

150

Medium

135

Probationary

You may be interested in discovering other army-related queries:

The US Navy

The United States Navy is the largest navy on Earth, equipped with

  • 72 submarines;
  • 11 aircraft carriers with nuclear-plant based engines;
  • 60 guided-missile destroyers; and
  • 27 frigates...

...and more! The navy owns around 460 ships altogether. As one of the eight uniformed forces, the US Navy has over 330,000 people on active duty.

It remains one of the armed forces with the lowest acceptance rate: The United States Naval Academy admitted only 8.3% of its applicants. Candidates must be of both sound body and sound mind. The majority of accepted applicants were in the nation's top 20% of the SAT score! We can clearly say that it's a job for the very best of us.

FAQ

What changed in Navy PRT in June 2021?

Navy PRT test underwent some drastic modifications after the break caused by the COVID pandemic. Our Navy PRT score calculator had to adapt to these changes — here they are:

  • Maximum age limits were raised for both women and men, reaching 65+ years old in both cases.

  • Forearm planks replaced curl-ups.

  • We can now choose among four cardio options instead of two before; the new choices include the 2-kilometer row and the 450-meter swim.

  • The performance results were slightly changed in all the disciplines.

How to calculate your PRT score?

There are two ways to do it — if you don't want to use our navy PRT calculator, you can follow these few steps:

  1. Perform the two fixed PRT activities and the cardio of your choice.
  2. Measure your time and the number of exercise repetitions.
  3. Take a look at the Navy PRT charts and find your results in the table.
  4. Add up the number of points gained in each category.
  5. Here you go! 🎉 The maximum number of points is 300 and the minimum is 0.

What are the Navy PRT standards?

The army uses the Navy Physical Readiness Test charts to assess candidates for future Navy sailors. The PRT evaluates your fitness and strength, and — there's no denying it — is very demanding.

Both the official charts and our Navy PRT calculator combine points gained in all of these tasks:

  1. Forearms planking
  2. Push-ups
  3. Cardio of your choice (run, swim, or row)

What is the maximum age for the Navy PRT test?

Starting in June 2021, men and women over the age of 65 will be able to participate in the Navy PRT test.

Just to remind you — the youngest age allowed in the Navy PRT score is 17 years. 🏃‍♂️

Łucja Zaborowska, MD, PhD candidate
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Sex
Male
Age
17–19
years
Forearm planks
min
sec
Push ups
/2 min
Your cardio:
1.5-mile run
1.5-mile run
min
sec
Overall result:
Your PRT score:
Your performance level : —
Single discipline scoring
ActivityYour resultLevel
Forearm planks
Push ups
Run time
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