Physical Aptitude

captainkirk

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I want to start my preparation on the PAT now so I can get a high score when the time comes. Does anybody know what is on the test and how many to do of each item to get a maximum points?

thanks
 

jamzmom

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Captain, are you talking about the PAT that an EMT would take? In knowing what PAT your asking about will help us answer your question.
 

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I want to start my preparation on the PAT now so I can get a high score when the time comes. Does anybody know what is on the test and how many to do of each item to get a maximum points?

thanks
The academies now require the CFA. I think ROTC still does the PAT. Not sure.

Here it is:

http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/paeinstructions

Somewhere on this site are the USNA candidate average scores also. If you cannot find them, I will attempt it later when I have the time.

:shake: :shake: The real question is why would someone so quick to cast disparaging remarks at Navy football only a few days ago, come to the USNA forum when they need factual answers??
:shake: :shake:

The CFA requirements for "Club Air Force" are probably a lot less.:rolleyes:
 
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Just_A_Mom

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The academies now require the CFA. I think ROTC still does the PAT. Not sure.
The Coast Guard requites the PFE - pushups, situps and a longer run. All other academies use the CFA.

AROTC - requires part of the Presidential Challenge Physical Fitness Test - pushups, situps and 1.5 mile run.

Don't know if AFROTC or NROTC have a fitness requirement...
 

Texas Dad

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Physical Fitness Test for AFROTC

The physical fitness exam for the AFROTC must be the same as the one used for AROTC. It consists of pushups, situps and a 1.5 mile run.
 

BR2011

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CGA's is a little harder in that the pushups are done on cadence, making you hold in each position a little longer
 

Krypter

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The AROTC PT test is the same as the Army PT Test, which requires you to run a 2 mile in under 15:54; I know because I've had to do the stupid thing all semester...it's annoying.
 

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The Marine Corps ROTC requires a fitness test that includes pull-ups, curl-ups (sit ups in which you cross your arms against your chest and your elbows must touch your legs in order for it to be counted), and a 3-mile run. The MROTC PT test score is only used as a deciding factor if there are two equally matched candidates seeking a scholarship.
 
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