Cub Scouts of America Webelos Arrow of Light Requirements Test


Webelos Arrow of Light Test

Webelos Arrow of Light Test

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Demonstrate your knowledge of the Webelos Arrow of Light requirements by completing this test.
Click the small dot by the answer you choose.
When you finish, you can print your results or email them to your den leader for tracking your progress.
  1. Choose the correct Arrow of Light Badge:
           
           
     

  2. Which part of the Webelos uniform can not be worn as part of the Boy Scout uniform?
    khaki shirt
    patrol/den emblem patch
    arrow of light patch
    kerchief

  3. Which of these items are part of a Boy Scout uniform, but not a Webelos uniform?:
           
           
     

  4. How are Boy Scout rank badges displayed on the uniform?
    The lowest rank badge is at the top of the left pocket and higher rank badges are added under it in order.
    The highest rank badge is displayed on the left pocket with pins for each lower rank ordered under it.
    Only the highest rank badge is displayed on the left pocket.
    Each rank badge is displayed in its pre-labeled position on the Boy Scout rank sash.

  5. Which of these knots is a square knot?
           
           
     

  6. Which is NOT a significant part of the First Class Scout badge?
    Eagle
    Two Stars
    Three Knots
    "Be Prepared"
     

  7. Which is the Boy Scout Motto?
    Be Prepared
    Do a Good Deed
    Stand Proud
    Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death
     

  8. Which is the Boy Scout Slogan?
    Do Your Best
    United We Stand
    Do a Good Turn Daily
    Be Prepared
     

  9. How many fingers are pointing straight when you give the Boy Scout salute?
    1         2         3         4
     

  10. Choose the correct Boy Scout sign:



     

  11. Which best describes the Boy Scout handshake?
    Use left hand to slap hands high in the air
    Use right hand and shake twice
    Use left hand to shake firmly
    Use right hand with first two fingers extended straight to shake firmly
     

  12. What do the stars on the First Class Scout badge stand for?
    Truth and Knowledge
    God and Country
    Freedom, Safety, and Happiness
    Cub Scouts, Webelos, and Boy Scouts
     

  13. What do the three points on the First Class Scout badge design stand for?
    Truth, Justice, and the American way
    Duty to God and Country, Duty to Others, Duty to Yourself
    Camping, Conservation, Citizenship
    Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class
     

  14. Which part of the First Class Scout badge represents the Scout Slogan?
    The Stars
    The Scroll
    The Knot
    The Shape
     


 



Comments:
 Feb 22, 2012 - zackery beall
This is a good learning experience.
Feb 24, 2012 - Carter Gleason
This was hard but fun at he same time.
Feb 28, 2012 - Michael Ricker
looking forward to being a boy soout
Feb 06, 2013 - alex
some are tricky but others are so easy
Feb 19, 2013 - Anthony Lavignani
This was a great test and also a good learning experience.
Dec 03, 2013 - ayden lowe
that was so easy but hard in a good way. I thought it was going to be so hard I could not finish it. I just believed  so I got it done today in about 10 minutes.

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