Cindy - As Angie said, it depends on the age. In boot camp you can be up to 40 and still join (reserves). So in boot camp alone the women have a wide range of times:
17-19 = 14:45
20-24 = 15:15
25-29 = 15:45
30-34 = 16:15
34-39 = 16:38.....
The PT charts actually go to age 65+, which allow women 20:31... It's hard to get that walker around the track....
jeenNY - Go to this link, go to about page 77. It starts with males, then goes to females. It's sorted by age.... Make dang sure you look at the below 5000 ft times. In boot camp you must have a satisfactory medium to pass. When you get to the fleet, then you can go as low as probationay, but not in bootcamp....
Best of luck to you and your daughter. This is a hard waiting game for parents.... I'm still waiting for more news from my daughter. We got a letter written about a week ago telling us she's being treated for tendonitis. She's down that she didnt get to graduate with her division, but still hanging in there hoping to move on soon. We're not sure what happens next, but still hopeful everything will work out for the best her. She's a great young lady and we know she'll do her best. Again, good luck to you! jenj (JayJ)
Your daughter will be fine, she will probably retake the test before graduation so she can stay with her group. She has to be positive and say to herself she can do it!!! My son graduated in July, in fact it was July 4th weekend so graduation was actually Thursday instead of Friday. Anyway, his training was cut short a week so they had alot of cramming to do. My son did not pass one of the academic part of the test because of so much to get through in that week right before graduation. We received a call on Tuesday night and he was absolutely torn up. I told him to take a deep breath and chill, they let him take the test the next morning on Wednesday @ 6 am. We still left Midland, Tx at 9 am to catch our flight to Chicago not knowing whether he was graduating or not (we left anyway). I received a call at noon that he had passed and would have his last part of the test all day and night Wednesday, I think it was something with the Physical - Fireman stuff (can't remember) but anyway we flew into Chicago Wednesday evening. Attended Graduation that nex morning at 10am, he wasn't able to march with his group because he had not slept all night. Anyway, he had to sit on the balcony but he was there and we were so very proud of him.
So I am telling you she will make it! Keep the Faith - through God all things are possible. AMEN!!
Now he is a sailer in Norfolk Virginia and loving every minute of his time being a SAILOR.