No problem man. I'll try to be a bit more specific. What has worked the best for me, as far as training for the PT test, is the following:
2-mile run: 30/60 intervals. Run faster than race pace for 30 seconds, then walk 60. When you can do this about 12 times without difficulty, knock the rest time down to 45 seconds.
Sit-ups: This is the hardest of the three events for me to max, which is frustrating because I see fat kids who can't pass the run do it without breaking a sweat. I just can't flop up and down that fast. Again, I practice with a 30/60 method, working on speed of contraction more than anything else.
Push-ups: Do push-ups.
Seriously man, if you can work your ass off and get to the point where you're maxing the PT test, it's well worth it. A lot of units have exemption programs, so if you do score a 300 you won't have to do Army PT, which I think is responsible for the gyno-like symptoms in a lot of the soldiers.