How does the APFT "Extended Scale" work?

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    I am pretty sure I can max my PT test right now, and then some. However, I have never tried to figure out how to calculate pushups/situps/2MR on the extended scale. Anyone know how to do this?
    Courtesy of 21-20:
    Only those soldiers who score 100 points in all three events are eligible to determine their score on an extended scale. To fairly determine the points earned, extra points are awarded at the same rate as points obtained for scores at or below the 100 point level. Each push-up and sit-up beyond the maximum is worth one point as is every six second decrease in the run time.

    David Carpenter, PA-C
     
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      Courtesy of 21-20:
      Only those soldiers who score 100 points in all three events are eligible to determine their score on an extended scale. To fairly determine the points earned, extra points are awarded at the same rate as points obtained for scores at or below the 100 point level. Each push-up and sit-up beyond the maximum is worth one point as is every six second decrease in the run time.

      David Carpenter, PA-C

      Sounds like a prior NCO?:D
       
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