Bleep Test Results Table Views
The test which involves running up and down between cones 20m apart has been variously described as the beep or bleep test, multi-stage fitness test or MSFT/MST, 20 meter shuttle run test, yo-yo endurance test, PACER, Léger Test and Aero test. In most cases the tests are essentially the same, though if you are unsure this should be checked before you compare results to other data or use specific calculations based on one of these tests. If you are only concerned about comparing results among your group and the changes over time, small differences in the test will not be important. See also the article about test variations, and the poll: What do you call the (bleep) test?
What is considered a good score not only depends on your age and sex, but also on which sport you are involved in. In a sport that aerobic fitness is not important, getting a low score could be just as good as getting a high score if you sport is distance running or some other sport in which aerobic fitness is very important. There is a rating table on the beep test description page. To get an idea of what result you should be aiming for, and results of athletes in this test, see the page about Athlete Beep Test Scores and the list of Beep test minimum standards.