Some units will make you PT test EVERY DRILL until you pass. You'll be the one showing up an extra 2 hours earlier than everyone else.
Ditto this. In our unit, you also get assigned to a senior NCO who is a PT God and he's "volunteered" to meet up with you three times a week to put you through your paces.
I was worried about not having enough time to fit into my schedule to pass the PT, but I was able to. Mainly because I knew that if I didn't have time to PT on my own, I DEFINITELY didn't have time to PT three nights a week with an NCO who would probably much rather be with his family than working out with a junior officer slob.
First drill went swimmingly. The CO realized that I and one other brand-spanking-shiny-new LT could not possibly pass the PT test this weekend. And since we already had another LT on a legit profile (surgery), he put us all off until "later." Next drill is in two weeks, and by then I could probably be in shape to pass... except then I'll be the one on profile due to surgery. So from now until November I should have PLENTY of time to get in shape. Thanks for the advice, folks!