I did my CFA 4 months ago and I did fine in all of the events except for the mile(I still passed the CFA despite my slow mile time). I got: 70 foot basketball throw, 18 pull ups(max), 8.2 shuttle run, 74 sit ups, 75 push ups(max) and 7:59 mile. I'm about in the same shape right now as I was 4 months ago, but I'm considering retaking it and not trying as hard as I can in the rest of the events so that I can do better in the mile. I'm not that bad of a runner, I can run the mile in about 6:25 normally, but I was very tired when I got to the mile because I went all out in the rest of the events. I feel like if I had not given it my all in the rest of the events and done 10 pull ups instead of 18, 60 push ups instead of 75, and 60 sit ups instead of 74, I could have gotten a much better mile time, probably around 6:40 or 6:50 I would guess. I realize 7:59 is an extremely slow mile time and I am concerned that the admissions board will think I'm not fit enough to pass the PRT. Would it be a good idea to not try as hard in some of the events to try and improve my mile time? Also, is there a way I can send USNA my PFA scores from ROTC scholarship applications? I'm taking my PFA soon and since there are no time restrictions regarding resting time on it, my mile time will probably be around the mid-6 minute mark which may be good enough that the admissions board won't have any concerns that I will struggle with the PRT.