ACFT Calculator – Calculate Army Combat Fitness Test Score

Calculate your Army Combat Fitness Test score using the ACFT calculator and score chart.

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Physical Demand Category:

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How to Calculate ACFT Score

The Army Combat Fitness Test, or ACFT for short, is the Army’s fitness assessment. As you might expect, the US Army requires a minimum level of fitness and ability for all soldiers, in addition to meeting strict height, weight, and body fat requirements.

The test standards reflect the physical requirements of a soldier’s MOS and unit requirements. The outcome of the test is a physical demand category rating: moderate, significant, or heavy.

ACFT Events

The ACFT consists of the following six events:[1]

  • Three-Repetition Maximum Deadlift (MDL)
  • Standing Power Throw (SPT)
  • Hand-Release Push-Up (HRP)
  • Sprint-Drag-Carry (SDC)
  • Leg Tuck (LTK)
  • Two-Mile Run (2MR)

Scoring

The Army’s minimum gold standard is a moderate physical demand category, and it requires a soldier to score a minimum of 60 points in each of the six events.

The significant physical demand category requires soldiers to score a minimum of 65 points in each event.

The heavy physical demand category requires soldiers to score at least 70 points in each event.

To calculate your ACFT score, complete each event, and use the standard score chart below to see the points awarded for each score. The physical demand category achieved is equal to the rating for the lowest number of points in an event.

Add all of the points for each event together to calculate the total score. The calculator above simplifies the process and shows the physical demand category for each event, along with the total points earned.

Interested in learning about physical assessments for other branches of service? Check out our Navy PRT, USMC PFT, and Air Force PFT calculators.

ACFT Score Chart

The score chart below is the official standard scoring for the ACFT, as documented in the official ACFT FY20 standards.[2]

Standard score chart for the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) as defined in Appendix 3 to Annex A, HQDA EXORD 219-18.
Points MDL SPT HRP SDC LTK 2MR
100 340 12.5 60 1:33 20 13:30
99 12.4 59 1:36 13:39
98 12.2 58 1:39 19 13:48
97 330 12.1 57 1:41 13:57
96 11.9 56 1:43 18 14:06
95 11.8 55 1:45 14:15
94 320 11.6 54 1:46 17 14:24
93 11.5 53 1:47 14:33
92 310 11.3 52 1:48 16 14:42
91 11.2 51 1:49 14:51
90 300 11.0 50 1:50 15 15:00
89 10.9 49 1:51 15:09
88 290 10.7 48 1:52 14 15:18
87 10.6 47 1:53 15:27
86 280 10.4 46 1:54 13 15:36
85 10.3 45 1:55 15:45
84 270 10.1 44 1:56 12 15:54
83 10.0 43 1:57 16:03
82 260 9.8 42 1:58 11 16:12
81 9.7 41 1:59 16:21
80 250 9.5 40 2:00 10 16:30
79 9.4 39 2:01 16:39
78 240 9.2 38 2:02 9 16:48
77 9.1 37 2:03 16:57
76 230 8.9 36 2:04 8 17:06
75 8.8 35 2:05 17:15
74 220 8.6 34 2:06 7 17:24
73 8.5 33 2:07 17:33
72 210 8.3 32 2:08 6 17:42
71 8.2 31 2:09 17:51
70 200 8.0 30 2:10 5 18:00
69 7.8 28 2:14 18:12
68 190 7.5 26 2:18 4 18:24
67 7.1 24 2:22 18:36
66 6.8 22 2:26 18:48
65 180 6.5 20 2:30 3 19:00
64 170 6.2 18 2:35 19:24
63 160 5.8 16 2:40 19:48
62 150 5.4 14 2:45 2 20:12
61 4.9 12 2:50 20:36
60 140 4.5 10 3:00 1 21:00
59 3:01 21:01
58 3:02 21:03
57 3:03 21:05
56 3:04 21:07
55 4.4 9 3:05 21:09
54 3:06 21:10
53 3:07 21:12
52 3:08 21:14
51 3:09 21:16
50 130 4.3 8 3:10 21:18
49 21:19
48 3:11 21:21
47 21:23
46 3:12 21:25
45 4.2 7 21:27
44 3:13 21:28
43 21:30
42 3:14 21:32
41 21:34
40 120 4.1 6 3:15 21:36
39 21:37
38 3:16 21:39
37 21:41
36 3:17 21:43
35 4.0 5 21:45
34 3:18 21:46
33 21:48
32 3:19 21:50
31 21:52
30 110 3.9 4 3:20 21:54
29 21:55
28 3:21 21:57
27 21:59
26 3:22 22:01
25 3.8 3 22:03
24 3:23 22:04
23 22:06
22 3:24 22:08
21 22:10
20 100 3.7 2 3:25 22:12
19 22:13
18 3:26 22:15
17 22:17
16 3:27 22:19
15 3.6 1 22:21
14 3:28 22:22
13 22:24
12 3:29 22:26
11 22:28
10 90 3.5 3:30 22:30
9 22:31
8 3:31 22:33
7 22:35
6 3:32 22:37
5 3.4 22:39
4 3:33 22:40
3 22:42
2 3:34 22:44
1 22:46
0 80 3.3 0 3:35 0 22:48

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References

  1. US Army, Army Combat Fitness Test, https://www.army.mil/acft/
  2. US Army, Army ACFT FY20 Standards (As of 1 Oct 19), https://www.army.mil/e2/downloads/rv7/acft/fy20_standards.pdf