WAPAT at NTN Washington State Physical Abilities Test for Law Enforcement and Corrections Beginning April 1, 2021, NTN PAT administrations for Washington Departments will match Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission guidelines. Prior to April 1, 2021, the PAT for Washington Departments will include running. Beginning April 1, 2021, the PAT for Washington Departments will replace running with squat thrusts. Please click the links below to review the updated standards. The Washington State Physical Abilities Test (WAPAT) includes three components: push-ups, sit-ups and squat thrusts. Not all departments accept re-test PAT results. Some departments require 6 months between submitting PAT results. Check the department requirements on this site or check with the departments you are applying to. Candidates must meet the requirements of the job at the time of scheduling their exam. Currently, all of our jobs posted require an applicant to be at least 18 years of age. The Physical Ability Test score for each portion of the test (push-ups, sit-ups and squat thrusts) is recorded on the individual participant’s sheet. The passing score is listed on the scoring sheet here. View the WAPAT update information here. View the Washington Physical Abilities Test (WAPAT) Administration Summary here.