I think you are looking for the the risk score assessment tool based on the Framingham Heart Study.
It predicts a person’s risk of having a heart attack in the next 10 years.
It takes into account your age, gender, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, systolic blood pressure and smoking status. So you will need information concerning your lipid profile.
You can find the score calculator tool on this link:
This is the most commonly used. Depending on your gender or ethnicity, there might be other scores. Some suggest the Reynolds score if you are a woman (http://www.reynoldsriskscore.org/). If you are in Europe, some prefer using the SCORE Risk chart (http://www.escardio.org/Guidelines-&-Education/Practice-tools/CVD-prevention-toolbox/SCORE-Risk-Charts). In the UK, the QRISK2 score is also frequently used (https://www.qrisk.org/).