APFTScore.com Multi-Soldier Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) Score Calculator

Welcome to APFTScore.com. This comprehensive online calculator scores Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) results and soldier height/weight data in accordance with applicable US Army regulations including FM 7-22 - Army Physical Readiness Training (formerly TC 3-22.20 and FM 21-20 - Physical Fitness Training), AR 600-8-19 (Enlisted Promotions and Reductions), and AR 600-9 (The Army Weight Control Program). Unlike other calculators available online, this utility will allow you to score multiple soldiers at a time and is an ideal tool for NCOs, unit administrators, ROTC instructors, and training officials to quickly process APFT results from a large number of soldiers or cadets.

The APFT score and height/weight calculator will also allow you to automatically generate a completed DA Form 705 (APFT Scorecard) for each soldier that you have scored. Completed scorecards are downloadable in XFDL (PureEdge) and PDF formats. You may also upload a previously-created DA 705 in XFDL format to add additional tests to an existing scorecard.

This calculator supports scoring of soldiers with temporary or permanent profiles, soldiers who must take an alternate aerobic event, and the extended scale (unofficial scores above the normal maximum of 300 points). In addition, two scoring modes (record and promotion) are provided to deal with conflicting provisions contained within FM 7-22 and AR 600-8-19. The author of this utility has taken great efforts to ensure all results are in compliance with Army regulations.

For full information about the specific details of this calculator's scoring, including the provisions found within each specific Army regulation, see the usage notes page.

Recent news...

FM (Field Manual) 7-22 has superseded TC 3-22.20 and FM 21-20 as the Army's physical fitness manual. The finalized date of release of this manual is October 2012; users should ensure that they are not using previous draft copies of the manual.

Appendix A to FM 7-22 covers the Army Physical Fitness Test. Although the new manual changes the way units conduct physical training activities, no significant changes have been made to the APFT administration or scoring itself.