The NFAA International Round is a variable marked distance round, using the NFAA Hunter target. The adult and young adult round consist of ten targets at 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60 and 65 yards. Youth and Cubs shoot at shorter distances. Archers rotate through the ten targets, shooting 3 arrows per target. The round can be shot once (10 targets) or twice (20 targets).
Three arrows are shot at each distance for a maximum of 15 points per target. A perfect 10 target score is 150. See below for scoring. X ring counts as 5 points but is marked as an X on the scorecard to be used as a tie-breaker. In all NFAA Rounds, an arrow shaft need only touch the line to be counted in the area of next higher value.