Before answering that question, focus on today and your need to do well on the current APFT (Army Physical Fitness Test) test. That is your first priority. If you are not scoring at least a 270 or above, that should be your focus now. Secondly, the Army has talked about changing its PT test since the 1990’s and the only thing done so far is to lower the test standards for each of the age categories so that it is much easier to pass the PT test today than it was 20 years ago. Change comes slow. The last suggested change, the APRT (Army Physical Readiness Test) was killed in 2012 by the Army Chief of Staff. There is now talk about a core standard that everyone has to do, the current APFT would make sense for that, and then there would be additional exercises for certain MOS’s at certain duty locations. This core standard and MOS specific test is rumored to come about in 2015.