This US Navy PRT calculator allows you to compute your score for all the required physical readiness categories: curl-ups, push-ups, a 1.5-mile run, and a 500-yard swim. The US Navy PRT scores might be quite confusing, so we'll provide you with a simple guide to scoring the test, and how to interpret Navy PRT charts.
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.
- Count the curl ups you can do within 2 minutes;
- Count the push up you can do within 2 minutes; and
- Choose your cardio, and check how much time it takes to complete either a:
- 1.5-mile run; or
- 500 yards swim.
Enter your three performances into the calculator and read your results: number of points achieved and your rank among all other competitors.
How to use the Navy PRT chart?
Your Navy PRT test will consist of three parts:
- Curl ups performed during 2 minutes;
- Push-ups performed during 2 minutes; and
- a 1.5-mile run or a 500 yard swim
The maximum points for all three disciplines combined is 300.
Navy Physical Readiness test charts are divided into tables for females and males. Another important information is the age of the candidate. The thresholds vary depending on which age group the candidate is in:
- 45-49; and
❗️There are no standards for females aged 50-54
The maximum age you can perform a PRT is 49 for females, and 54 for males.
Remember, good results require consistency and a valid training program. Don't give up or overdo it!
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Navy PRT standards scoring
Our Navy PFA calculator provides you with three different results depending on your cardio exercise of choice: two for every category, and a cumulative assessment.
Your score depends on your performance. The maximum number of points given for each discipline is 100 (outstanding high); the minimum is 45 (probationary). 0 points mean that the performance was unsatisfactory. Below you can find the full, described scoring for single disciplines and the entire test.
|Single discipline grading|
|Number of points||Result|
|Full test grading|
|Number of points||Result|
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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 all together. As one of the eight uniformed forces, the US Navy has over 336,978 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 scored 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.