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Ippt calculator is use to calculate ippt scores and tells about your current Individual test award status (fail, pass, incentive-pass, silver, or gold).
This ippt scorer tells how many ippt scoring points you required to achieve your next award for the given number of push-ups, sit-ups, and 2.4 km running time.
The individual physical proficiency test is standard for physical fitness and to check the motor skills of any individual. Basically, it is used by the Singapore Armed Forces to test the abilities of their soldiers and for new recruitment.
Now, the new scoring system of IPPT makes able to the person for getting 50 points in 2.4km run and 25 in each situp and pushups. Also, give an award based on their secured marks in the IPPT test. The category of awards given is in the IPPT chart.
The passing criteria and schedule for passing the individual physical proficiency test is as follows,
|IPPT scores required||Type of award|
(NSmen & NSFs that have commondos/guards/divers)
|>=85||Gold (NSmen & NSFs)|
|>=75||Silver (NSmen & NSFs)|
|>=61||Pass with incentive(NSmen)
This ippt calculator performs calculations according to the criteria of the Singaporian Armed Forces, this tool is 100% free and provides you the precise measurements. All you have to follow the given steps to obtain your IPPT points:
You can enter a maximum of 60 pushups and 60 situps in the designated field of this IPPT calculator.
The online IPPT calculator shows,
To pass the individual physical proficiency test at least 51points are required. If you failed to get at least 1 point in pushups or situps then, you failed your IPPT.
Tips for doing pushups according to IPPT standards,
6 laps around the 400M track are 2.4km.
Ratings for the 2.4km run for both males and females given in the table,
Before a race of 2.4km, you should eat,
From the source of Wikipedia: Individual physical proficiency test, Applications, NSFs and regulars, NSmen