Posted on Jan 24, 2014
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The highest GT score I've seen is 138. This is a 'general knowledge' score; however, it does not test someone's common sense.

The highest APFT score I've seen is 339...an 18 year old stud. However, I've never seen anyone 30-35 years of age be even close to that. I'm 30 years old and I feel as a leader I should set the example by leading the way in all aspects. I'm not a 339 score stud but I'm up there. Now that I'm thinking about it let me go work out...Does anyone thinks different?
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SFC Opsnco
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I graded a female LTC in her mid 40's a few years ago.  Her score was consistently in the 350-360 extended scale range.
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SFC Opsnco
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SFC Laws - I miss your "Lawisms".  LOL
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SGT Ron Hoyt
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Doesn’t a PT max at 300 ?
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CW2 Joseph Evans
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GT is going to vary according to test version. Seen 130 on one version and a 135 on the other. (I believe that was max for the respective tests, 99.9%). APFT maxes at 300, or did you want that lunatic with the 375 extended scale?
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I have seen a few people in the 138-139 range.
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Highest GT: 144. 2 guys I went to basic with. Highest PT test I ever saw in person was a 394. Highest PT test I ever heard of a guy getting was above a 400. Same guy who got the 394. He just did it after I PCS'd. Dude was a freak of nature. He was capable of 35 dead hang pull-ups in a row. His push-up average was above 120. His sit-ups hovered at 100. His run just kept getting faster. Fastest I saw him run was a 10:40. That was the only thing that seemed to ever really roller coaster for him. And I promise he was graded fairly. If I remember correctly, the NCO grading him on the 394 test didn't even really like him that much. There was just no denying that he was a PT stud. Common sense...eh...not so much.
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