Probably not. In general, no. But, I agree with Pearl. Everyone is different.
I was out of shape when I started running. It took several weeks before I could run a mile without slowing to a walk. When I finally did, that mile took 12 minutes. Had I been able to continue at that pace, it would have taken 18 minutes for 1.5 miles.
Three years later, I was able to run a mile in 6:17, in a race.
Now, age is catching up with me. I'm in relatively good shape, but it is hard for me to run a mile in 10 minutes.
If it would be challenging for me to run 1.5 miles in 15 minutes, being in relatively good shape for my age, I would be surprised to meet someone who can do it when out of shape.