I am training for the ROTC Army APFT in the Fall when I return to school (UW-La Crosse). I will be a sophomore at college and just starting ROTC Army. I yesterday I did the APFT test by myself just to see what I could do. I got a 60 on the push-ups (I suck at these ), 100 on the running, and 74 on the sit ups (scores not reps). That would be a total score of 234. Is that good for a first time try? Obviously I would like a 300 but what is enough to pass? I have heard 300, 280, 250, 240 or even low like 220. Also about the height and weight, and medical requirements. I weight 140 and I am 5'7. Is that good to get into the Army? I don't have allergies, glasses, no surgery (wisdom teeth only), no broken bones, I have had one very low level concussion (the doctors said concussion to be safe but they weren't sure if I actually had one..I don't think it went on my medical records), I am on top of all my vaccines, and I have had not problems medically or physically. I have a 2.8 GPA and got all my difficult classes out of the way already so it will definitely jump up. The two summer classes I am in now I have A's in so I should be at a 3.1 by the Fall Oh I'm 20 years old and a Geography B.S Education major. Will I get contracted? Another question is how does one go about contracting with the Army ROTC? I have made the decision to contract but how do I go about it? Do I just email or walk into the ROTC office and say I want to contract? Thanks!