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Webelos to Boy Scouts Test

Webelos to Boy Scouts Test

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Demonstrate your knowledge of the requirements to join Boy Scouts 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. On my honor - How do we define "honor"?
    1. Honor is the thing that makes you act the same when no one is watching as you do when you know you're being watched.
    2. Honor is making the right choice every time and never making a mistake.
    3. Honor is the heart and mind of a person - their personal pride and dignity. It is also called integrity.
    4. Honor is being able to admit you are wrong.
  2. I will do my best - What do we mean by "Do My Best"?
    1. I am the judge of what is MY best.
    2. I should always do any task that is set before me to the utmost of my ability, even though I might not like it.
    3. I should never use the excuse "I didn't do so well, but neither did so-and-so" - knowing full well I should have done better.
    4. Do just well enough to get by.
    5. This phrase is best explained by a, b and c above.

  3. To do my duty to God and my Country - What is meant by "Duty to God"?
    1. Living according to the teachings of our religions every day.
    2. Living according to the teachings of our religions just on Sunday.
    3. Living according to the teachings of our religions once a month, whether we need to or not.
    4. Living according to the teachings of our religions only when we want to.
  4. What is meant by "Duty to my Country"?
    1. Obeying those laws of the land we think are important and necessary and ignoring or deliberately breaking those that are not.
    2. Being a good citizen and living by the laws and customs of our nation and working to solve our country's problems.
    3. Letting other people do what must be done to govern our country, as our vote doesn't count that much anyway.
    4. Dodging a draft call and fighting the local law enforcement people to see how much we can get away with.
    5. Shoplifting for the fun of it.
  5. To obey the Scout Law - What does, "To obey the Scout Law," mean?
    1. Playing by the rules of the game of Scouting.
    2. Obeying the twelve points of the Scout Law and using them as signals for guidance when it is hard to decide what to do in everyday life.
    3. Doing a good turn daily to prove you are a good Scout.
    4. Doing your part to make this a happier world.
    5. Taking an active part in the activities listed in a, b, c and d.
  6. To help other people at all times - What does "To help other people" mean to a Scout?
    1. The help you give someone is important to that person. But it is even more important to you. You become a better person when you help others.
    2. The help you give another person is important to you because you may get a medal for it.
    3. It is just another rule to follow in the club.
    4. It is an easy way to get people to support your troop.
    5. None of the above items apply to the question.
  7. To keep myself physically strong - What does this phrase mean to a Scout?
    1. It means having big muscles.
    2. It means being able to bully others.
    3. It means keeping your body healthy; able to stand up to a disease and carry on when the going gets tough.
    4. It means being able to impress the girls with your physique.
    5. None of the above items apply to the question.
  8. Mentally awake - What does mentally awake mean to a Scouut?
    1. Words describing this are sharp, alert, and bright.
    2. When you are mentally awake, you see, hear, smell and even feel things that others don't.
    3. You remember things better when you are mentally awake.
    4. Developing your brain by striving to increase your knowledge and by making the best use of your abilities.
    5. All of the qualities mentioned in items a, b, c, and d apply to the definition.
  9. Morally straight - What does morally straight mean to a Scouut?
    1. Use of profane language to impress people.
    2. Knowing what is right, but doing something else instead, or knowing that you shouldn't do something but do it anyway because nobody will find out.
    3. Showing little or no respect for laws or for other people.
    4. Living, acting and speaking in a way that marks you as a boy who will grow up to be a man of good character. You are honest, clean in speech and actions, thoughtful of the rights of others, and faithful to your religious beliefs.
    5. None of the items above apply to the question.
  10. Be Prepared - What does the Scout motto mean?
    1. The Scout motto means that you are always in a state of readiness in mind and body to do your duty and to face danger, if necessary, to help others.
    2. You are ready at all times for all possible problems.
    3. Be no more than 5 minutes away from phone contact so you can provide aid in community emergencies.
    4. Ready to perform any medical procedure in an emergency.
    5. All of the above.
  11. What does the Scout sign signify?
    1. That you are a Scout and it is recognized anywhere in the world.
    2. The World Brotherhood of Scouting.
    3. The three fingers represent the three parts of the Scout oath.
    4. The thumb and little finger represent the ties of friendship in Scouting.
    5. All of the above.
  12. Why is there a Scout salute?
    1. The Scout salute signifies courtesy and respect.
    2. Used to salute the flag of the United States of America.
    3. Three fingers represent the three parts of the Scout oath.
    4. The thumb and little finger signifies the ties of friendship in Scouting.
    5. All of the above are correct and apply.
  13. A Scout is trustworthy - Define trustworthy in relation to what a Scout is.
    1. A Scout tells the truth.
    2. A Scout keeps his promises.
    3. Honesty is a part of a Scout's code of conduct.
    4. A Scout is dependable.
    5. Items a, b, c and d are all correct because a Scout's honor is to be trusted. If he were to violate his honor by telling a lie or by cheating or by not doing a given task trusted to him, he would not be living up to the Scout Law.
  14. A Scout is loyal - To whom is a Scout loyal?
    1. A Scout is loyal to his parents.
    2. A Scout is loyal to his Scout leader.
    3. A Scout is loyal to his country.
    4. A Scout is loyal to his friends.
    5. All the answers above are correct because a Scout is loyal to whomever loyalty is due.
  15. A Scout is helpful - How is a Scout helpful?
    1. A Scout is prepared at any time to save life or help injured persons.
    2. A Scout is prepared to share the home duties.
    3. A Scout does things willingly for others, without pay or reward.
    4. A Scout may work for pay, but he does not take money for being helpful.
    5. All answers above are correct. The spirit of being helpful is spelled out in the Scout slogan "Do a good turn daily" and in the Scout motto "Be prepared."
  16. A Scout is friendly - How is a Scout friendly?
    1. A Scout recognizes that people are different and he accepts a person as he is.
    2. A Scout respects a person's differences.
    3. A Scout is a friend to all and a brother to other Scouts.
    4. A Scout seeks to understand others.
    5. All answers above are correct because to be a true friend, you must respect the other person's differences and be interested in other people.
  17. A Scout is courteous - Define courteous.
    1. Making it easier to get along with other people by using good manners and being polite to everyone.
    2. Being rude and short tempered.
    3. Being argumentative when another person doesn't agree with you.
    4. Having the attitude that using words like "please, thank you" or "excuse me" doesn't apply to you.
  18. A Scout is kind - Which of the sentences below best illustrates that a Scout is kind?
    1. A Scout understands there is strength in being gentle.
    2. A Scout treats others as he wants to be treated.
    3. A Scout will not hurt or kill harmless things without reason.
    4. Kindness is more than just a way to treat others. A big part of it has to do with treatment of birds and animals.
    5. Each of the statements above are a part of kindness. Live with nature and you'll learn to respect and love animals. With kindness comes understanding and that applies to human beings as well as animals.
  19. A Scout is obedient - Define obedient in relation to a Scout.
    1. A Scout follows only those rules or laws he believes are fair and necessary.
    2. A Scout will intentionally break those rules or laws he thinks are unfair.
    3. A Scout will follow the rules laid down in his family, school and troop only when they are to his advantage.
    4. If a Scout believes a law is unfair, he tries to have it changed in an orderly manner rather than disobey it.
    5. A Scout obeys his parents, Scoutmaster, patrol leader and all other duly constituted authorities and laws. He treats those regulations he doesn't agree with as in item d.
  20. A Scout is cheerful - Why should a Scout be cheerful?
    1. People who can do things with a smile get mroe things done.
    2. Everyone at one time or another is faced with a task they do not like. A cheerful spirit and a smile will make the job easier.
    3. Looking cheerful makes others happier.
  21. A Scout is thrifty - What is thrifty?
    1. Thrift is working, wise spending, and saving.
    2. Thrift is a Scout working to pay his own way.
    3. Thrift is protecting and conserving natural resources.
    4. Thrift is saving for unforeseen needs and carefully using time and property.
    5. All of the above are correct.
  22. A Scout is brave - How is a Scout brave?
    1. He can face danger when he is afraid.
    2. A Scout has the courage to stand up for what is right, even if others threaten or laugh at him.
    3. A Scout is able to face danger even when he is afraid, because he is prepared. Only a fool is never afraid.
    4. A Scout has the courage to say "no" when others call him a coward or chicken for doing so.
    5. All the above statements apply because a Scout has the courage to face danger in spite of fear and to stand up for what he thinks is right and against the coaxing of friends or jeers or threats of enemies, and defeat does not get him down.
  23. A Scout is clean - What does it mean to be clean?
    1. Personal cleanliness is an important part of being accepted by your fellow man.
    2. A Scout is judged in part by the friends he has.
    3. A Scout does his part in keeping a clean America.
    4. A Scout helps keep his home and community clean.
    5. All of the above statements apply.
  24. A Scout is reverent - Explain what is meant by a reverent Scout.
    1. A Scout is faithful in his religious duties.
    2. A Scout respects the convictions of others in matters of custom and religion.
    3. A Scout lives by the moral code and worships God in the way taught by his own religion.
    4. A Scout treats others the same way he wants to be treated.
    5. All of the above statements apply.


 Mar 16, 2014 - Cody Cook
I enjoy the Cub scouts. Every year when I  get promoted we usually go swimming. I have gone camping,shooting arrows, BB guns,fishing, making friends.I learned how to fish(I even caught one),Learned how to tie a knot, make a shirt, how to swim to earn a badge, part of a fair(gave candy out).I learned about trees,minerals,rocks.I enjoy the time that I get to spend with my Dad.
Derby races where awesome, my first year I won third place also I got a ribbon.the second year I won a ribbon.the third year  I also got a ribbon.It was fun building the cars with my Dad. We had a cake fund raiser, I Made A Whoopee Cushion cake and we also had a fart machine for a funny noise,we got a lot of laughs from the scouts and some laughs from the adults. We made another cake with lots of colors and another cake was a pumpkin shaped cake(it looked real. I'm ready for some fun adventures and learning while with the Boy Scouts now. I already went hiking with them and saw a waterfall and this is just the start

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