PACER Test 15m & 20m Conversion

The PACER Test is a shuttle type aerobic fitness test (like the Beep Test), and is part of the FitnessGram and Brockport test battery. There are two versions, the 15m and the 20m version. 'Laps' is the total number of laps completed.



Use this chart to convert scores on the 15m PACER to a 20m score to enter in the FitnessGram software. Chart data provided by FitnessGram. On a smaller screen it may be difficult to read the umbers. You will see it better on a desktop computer, or you may be able to zoom in.

pacer test conversion chart

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