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Boy Scout Map Test

Boy Scout Map Test

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There are 11 questions.
Select the best answers and see your score at the end.

 
 
 


 

Boy scouts need to use a map and compass on high adventure treks. Orienteering is a necessary skill to survive in wilderness environments. There are many different types of maps with standard or custom legends of symbols, knowing how to read a map makes all the difference in whether it is useful or just tinder.



Comments:
 Apr 24, 2014 - Tanner Turner
awesome way to learn maps
Apr 25, 2014 - Carol Gillet
I think these assigments are a really good source for kids to learn about if they are struggling with their science work.
May 28, 2014 - Dan
This quiz is a very useful teaching/learning tool that can used to learn map reading skills. Thanks for the challenege and I will keep on practicing my map skills through this site.
Apr 20, 2015 - Thomas
I thought it was pretty easy.  I am a star scout and was looking for a test to help with my board of review.  Even thought I thought it was easy, I think that this will help a lot of younger scouts with ranking up.  Thanks for the good test.

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