The number of daily Weight Watcher points a person is allowed is calculated using several factors specific to that individual, according to Healthy Weight Forum. Only one of these factors is height. The number of points allowed also depends on a person's age, gender, current weight and daily activity level.
Someone who is 61 inches and has a very active lifestyle would require more calories than someone of the same height who is sedentary for most of the day, according to Healthy Weight Forum. A person who starts out weighing more is allowed more points, and men get more points than women regardless of other lifestyle factors. The number of points allowed will change as a person loses weight and becomes more active.