Beep Test Decimal Score

If you conduct the beep test on a large group of athletes, it is difficult to calculate the team average - usually the spreadsheet program will interpret, for example, level 10.10 as the decimal 10.1. In order to get the average of a number of scores, you need to know the number of shuttles on each level, and convert each score to a decimal score.

To work out team averages you need the results in decimals, which you can do using the table below. For each possible score on the test, below it is listed the decimal value of that score.

Alternatively, you can use the excel spreadsheet that I created which automatically calculates the decimal value for any score. You can download it here.

 

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