You should all be doing three (3) dry-land workouts weekly. We do two (2) together, so one needs to be on your own.
We could expect vertical jump to be about the same, possibly just slightly better overall than the first test. That one won't change a whole lot over the course of the season.
On the other tests, we were all over the map! We should be getting consistently better on situps, pushups, and jump rope. Some are getting better, but some aren't. Maybe we just caught some on a bad day.
From Timberview Swimming: The Basics
Improve your general fitness, flexibility, core strength, and shoulder stabilizer strength. Test sets: Give your best efforts on swimming, kicking, and dry-land test sets.
Bobby B.-:51/:52/:52/:53/:54/:52.6 (-:02.4) Freddie O.-:56/:55/:57/:57/:57/:56.4 Osnar P.-:57/:55/:57/:59/:58/:57.2 Stephan C.-1:00/:57/:57/:59/:58/:58.2 (-:00.6) Nick F.-1:07/1:06/1:05/1:05/1:05/1:05.6 (-:05.8) Josh K.-DNS
Keep a workout/meet journal (sets you liked more than others, test sets, meet times, feeling better than usual, made a tough interval, led out the lane today, etc.).
You'll get a better handle on what leads to ups and downs over the course of a season. Most swimmers don't swim best times each time they compete.
There are many variables that go into a race/meet/season/career. Learn which ones have the greatest effects on your performances (diet, rest, work, sleep, technique, attitude, etc.) and use that knowledge when it's time to prep for your big meet(s).