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                    Advancement                               3. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of heat
                                                              exhaustion?
1. What rank is the first rank you can earn as a Boy          (a) Face & body is pale, cool and clammy from
Scout?                                                            perspiration
(a) Scout                                                     (b) Face & body are dry, hot & flushed skin
(b) Tenderfoot Scout                                          (c) Rapid breathing
(c) Second Class Scout                                        (d) Nausea and vomiting
(d) First Class Scout                                         (e) Dilated pupils
(e) Star Scout                                                (f) Headache and dizziness
2. What rank is it the goal of BSA that every Scout           4. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
should earn?                                                  heat exhaustion?
(a) Tenderfoot Scout                                          (a) Move the patient to a cool shady, spot
(b) Second Class Scout                                        (b) Place him on his back and raise his feet. Loosen his
(c) First Class Scout                                             clothing
(d) Star Scout                                                (c) In cool weather cover him with a blanket
(e) Life Scout                                                (d) Fan him and apply cool, wet cloths
(f) Eagle Scout                                               (e) Give him sips of water
3.    What percent of all Scouts earn the Eagle rank          5. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of
(a)   Fewer than 1 percent                                    heatstroke?
(b)   Fewer than 2 percent                                    (a) Dry, hot, flushed skin,
(c)   Fewer than 4 percent                                    (b) Rapid pulse,
(d)   Fewer than 10 percent                                   (c) Dilated pupils
(e)   All of the above                                        (d) Unconsciousness,
                                                              (e) Lack of perspiration
4. How many merit badges must an Eagle Scout
earn to wear both a Silver Palm and a Bronze Palm             6. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
on his Eagle Scout Award?                                     heatstroke?
(a) 21                                                        (a) Get the victim out of the heat and into a cooler place
(b) 27                                                        (b) Place victim on his back, with his feet up
(c) 41 (21 for Eagle Scout rank, 15 for the Silver            (c) In cool weather cover him with a blanket
    Palm, and five for the Bronze Palm)                       (d) Cool victim by fanning and applying wet towels
(d) 48                                                        (e) Treat for shock
(e) 51
                                                              7. The symptoms of dehydration are all the
                       First aid                              following EXCEPT
                                                              (a) Fatigue
1. Whenever you are confronted with a first aid               (b) Headache
emergency                                                     (c) Body Aches
(a) Use the skills you have to the best of your ability       (d) Confusion
(b) Watch out for your own safety and that of others in       (e) Rapid pulse
    the area
                                                              8.    Treat dehydration by
(c) Treat hurry cases first
                                                              (a)   Drinking water
(d) Put together a plan to get professional medical
                                                              (b)   Place victim on his back, with his feet up
    attention for the victim
                                                              (c)   Remove or loosen clothing
(e) All of the above
                                                              (d)   Cool victim by fanning and applying wet towels
2. When a person must be moved for some                       (e)   Treat for shock
distance or his injuries are serious
                                                              9. Which of the following are symptoms of
(a) carry him
                                                              hypothermia?
(b) carry him on a stretcher
                                                              (a) Lower than normal body temperature,
(c) carry him on your back
                                                              (b) Shivering, apathy,
(d) carry him on a horse
                                                              (c) Disorientation, drowsiness,
(e) all of the above
                                                              (d) Unconsciousness
                                                              (e) All of the above




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10. A person who is anxious or frightened may react              16. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for an
by breathing too quickly and deeply. The victim feels            object in the eye
as though he is suffocating. He feels dizzy,                     (a) Have the person blink his eyes. Tears may flush out
confused, or afraid. This is                                         the object
(a) Hyperventilation                                             (b) Pull the upper eyelid down over the lower one. The
(b) Hypothermia                                                      lower lashes may brush out the speck
(c) Heat stroke                                                  (c) Sit up and lean forward to prevent blood from
(d) Heat exhaustion                                                  draining into your throat
(e) Dehydration                                                  (d) Lift out the speck with a corner of a sterile gauze
                                                                     pad or clean handkerchief
11. To treat sprained ankle, remember the acronym
                                                                 (e) Cover the eye with a gauze pad and get the patient
RICE. Those letters stand for:
                                                                     under medical care
(a) Remove the shoe; Isolate the injury; Clean the
    bruise and Eliminate distractions                            17. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
(b) Rest, Isolate, Clean and Excavate                            frostbite
(c) Rinse, Irrigate, Clean and Elevate                           (a) Put the frozen parts in warm (100° to 105°) but not
(d) Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevate                               hot water
(e) Raise, Irritate, Coruscate and Enervate                      (b) Handle the frozen parts gently but do not rub or
                                                                     massage
12. To transport a victim from a smoke-filled room
                                                                 (c) If the victim is alert, give him a warm drink without
do all the following EXCEPT
                                                                     alcohol or caffeine
(a) Unless visibility is good, never enter a smoke-filled
                                                                 (d) Loosely bandage the affected area and elevate
    room
                                                                 (e) Rub or massage the frozen parts
(b) Stay outside and call for help
(c) Make sure you have a buddy with you when you                 18. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
    enter the room                                               blisters on the hand and foot:
(d) Enter the room by crawling on your hands and                 (a) Use gloves on your hands
    knees                                                        (b) Always hike with new boots fresh from the store
(e) Place the victim on a blanket and drag him out               (c) Wear a pair of thin inner socks under wool hiking
    crawling on your hands and knees. If there are two               socks
    rescuers, one person stays outside and calls for help        (d) If you feel a hot spot forming, stop and treat it before
                                                                     it becomes a blister. Wash your foot with soap and
13. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for a
                                                                     water. Then use moleskin, adhesive tape, or
shock victim?
                                                                     surround a tender spot or a blister with a doughnut
(a) Have the injured person lie down
                                                                     bandage
(b) Raise his feet 10 to 12 inches
                                                                 (e) If you think the blister will break anyway, drain the
(c) In cool weather, cover him and keep him warm.
                                                                     fluid. Sterilize a pin in the flame of a match, prick the
    Place blankets or sleeping bags underneath him as
                                                                     blister near its edge and press out the liquid. Keep
    well as on top
                                                                     the wound clean with a sterile bandage and protect it
(d) If the victim is conscious, let him sip a little
                                                                     from pressure with a doughnut bandage
    coffee
(e) If the victim is conscious, let him sip a little water       19. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
                                                                 first-degree burns?
14. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
                                                                 (a) Treat with cool water
nosebleed
                                                                 (b) Keep the burn under water until there is little pain
(a) Sit up and lean forward to prevent blood from
                                                                 (c) Apply a cream, ointment, or spray
    draining into your throat
                                                                 (d) Apply a moist dressing and bandage loosely
(b) Tilt your head back to stop the bleeding
                                                                 (e) If water is not available, apply a clean, dry dressing
(c) Press the bleeding nostril toward the center
(d) Apply a cool wet cloth to your face                          20. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
(e) All of the above                                             second-degree burns
                                                                 (a) Do not break the blisters
15.   Prevent sunburn by
                                                                 (b) If the blisters are not open, place the injury in cool
(a)   Using SPF15 sunscreen
                                                                     water until the pain lessens
(b)   Reapply sunscreen after swimming
                                                                 (c) Apply a cream, ointment, or spray
(c)   Reapply sunscreen if you are perspiring
                                                                 (d) Apply a moist dressing
(d)   Wear a hat, a long-sleeved shirt, and long pants
                                                                 (e) Bandage loosely
(e)   All of the above




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21. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for                 26. When you approach an accident scene
third-degree burns?                                               (a) Approach with care. Is the scene safe? Guard
(a) Do not remove any clothing                                        against being injured yourself
(b) Apply creams, ointments or sprays                             (b) Treat hurry cases. As you begin, send someone for
(c) Wrap a clean sheet around the victim                              help
(d) Treat for shock                                               (c) Treat every accident victim for shock. Examine every
(e) Get immediate medical attention                                   victim for other injuries that might require first aid
                                                                  (d) Plan what to do next. If help is coming, keep the
22. Which of the following is appropriate for bites or
                                                                      victim comfortable. Watch for any changes in his
stings of insects and ticks
                                                                      condition and treat accordingly
(a) If the stinger is still in the skin, flick it away with
                                                                  (e) All of the above
    your fingernail or the edge of a knife. Relieve the
    pain with ice water or a cold towel                           27.   The primary objective of first aid are
(b) Put a constricting band 5 to 10 cm(2 to 4 inches)             (a)   Stop life-threatening dangers
    above the bite                                                (b)   Keep the victim safe from further harm
(c) With your pocketknife cut X's near the bite and suck          (c)   Get proper medical help for the victim
    out the venom                                                 (d)   All of the above
(d) Tilt your head back                                           (e)   None of the above
(e) Apply a cool wet cloth to your face
                                                                  28. All of the following are first aid "hurry" cases
23. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for a               EXCEPT
bite of a poisonous snake                                         (a) Stopped breathing
(a) Have the victim lie down and rest the bitten part             (b) No heartbeat
    lower than the rest of the body. Keep him calm and            (c) Serious bleeding
    quiet                                                         (d) Rapid pulse
(b) Put a constricting band 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 inches)            (e) Poisoning
    above the bite to slow the spread of the venom
                                                                  29. Which of the following is NOT one of five most
(c) With your pocketknife cut X's near the bite and
                                                                  common signs of a heart attack:
    suck out the venom
                                                                  (a) Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness, or pain
(d) Treat the victim for shock
                                                                      in the center of the chest behind the breastbone
(e) Get medical help immediately. If you know what kind
                                                                  (b) Sharp, stabbing twinges of pain
    of snake it was, tell the doctor
                                                                  (c) Unusual sweating - for instance, perspiring even
24. Which of the following is NOT true?                               though a room is cool
(a) Poison oak is a shrub native to California between 0          (d) Nausea - stomach distress with and urge to vomit
    and 5000-feet elevation                                       (e) Shortness of breath or a feeling of weakness
(b) The sap of poison oak takes 2 minutes to bind to the
                                                                  30. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
    skin
                                                                  serious bleeding
(c) Rinse the area affected by poison oak immediately
                                                                  (a) Cover the wound with a pad - a bandanna, a shirt, or
    with soap and water if you have it, or water alone
                                                                      any other cloth - and press hard
(d) Calamine lotion may relieve itching
                                                                  (b) Lower an injured arm or leg below the body level
(e) Wash clothing that has come in contact with
                                                                  (c) Tie the pad in place with a cravat bandage, gauze
    poisonous plants
                                                                      bandage or whatever is close at hand. If the pad
25. When you approach and unconscious accident                        becomes blood-soaked, don't remove it
victim, check the "ABC's":                                        (d) Put another pad and bandage on top of the first and
(a) Attitude, breathing, and circulation                              continue the pressure
(b) Attitude, burns, and chest                                    (e) Get medical help
(c) Airway, burns, and circulation
                                                                  31. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
(d) Airway, breathing, and circulation
                                                                  internal poisoning
(e) Airway, breathing, and chest
                                                                  (a) Quickly take any poison containers to the phone,
                                                                      then call a poison control center or emergency
                                                                      medical service and follow their instructions
                                                                  (b) Try to get the victim to vomit
                                                                  (c) Treat the victim for shock and check breathing
                                                                      frequently
                                                                  (d) Do not give anything by mouth unless you have
                                                                      been advised to do so by medical professionals
                                                                  (e) Save any containers and vomit




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                    Knots & lashing                               9. Which of the following knots is NOT required for
                                                                  advancement to Tenderfoot, Second Class or First
1.    A square lashing has                                        Class:
(a)   three wraps and two fraps                                   (a) square knot
(b)   two wraps and three fraps                                   (b) timber hitch
(c)   two wraps and two fraps                                     (c) tautline hitch
(d)   three wraps and two fraps                                   (d) sheet bend
(e)   three wraps and three fraps                                 (e) clove hitch
2. The square knot is also known as the joining                   10. The permanent way to keep ropes from un-
knot because                                                      raveling is
(a) it can join together two ropes                                (a) by painting the end
(b) is required for the Scout rank                                (b) by using duct tape
(c) it is the first knot Scouts learn when they join the          (c) by tying a knot at the end
    BSA                                                           (d) by whipping
(d) all of the above                                              (e) by dipping the end in glue
3.    Use this knot to tie a tent guy line to a grommet           11. The square knot is
(a)   clove hitch                                                 (a) the first knot Scouts learn when they join BSA
(b)   square knot                                                 (b) the second knot Scouts learn when they join the
(c)   timber hitch                                                    BSA
(d)   tautline hitch                                              (c) also called two half hitches
(e)   two half hitches                                            (d) not used anymore
                                                                  (e) all of the above
4.    Use this knot to begin a square lashing
(a)   clove hitch                                                 12.   A square lashing begins with
(b)   square knot                                                 (a)   A square knot;
(c)   timber hitch                                                (b)   A timber hitch;
(d)   tautline hitch                                              (c)   A clove hitch;
(e)   two half hitches                                            (d)   A bowline;
                                                                  (e)   Two half hitches
5.    When tying the square knot, remember
(a)   right over left, right over right                           13. Which of the following is NOT true?
(b)   left over left, left over right                             (a) you should get permission before building camp
(c)   right over left, left over right                                gadgets
(d)   right over right, left over right                           (b) lashings are prohibited in many backcountry areas
(e)   all of the above                                                to encourage no-trace camping
                                                                  (c) use native materials that you find
6.    Use this knot to begin a diagonal lashing
                                                                  (d) take everything apart when you are done and leave
(a)   clove hitch
                                                                      no trace that you were there
(b)   square knot
                                                                  (e) you will seldom need to use lashings
(c)   timber hitch
(d)   tautline hitch
(e)   two half hitches
7. The three tests of a good knot are
(a) will hold gear on your backpack, will keep a boat
    from drifting away, set up tents
(b) easy to tie, should stay tied, easy to untie
(c) tie your shoes, tie a necktie, tie a package
(d) to carry a piece of cord in your pocket
(e) will hold gear on your backpack, should stay tied,
    easy to untie
8.    Use this knot to tighten or loosen a tent guy line
(a)   clove hitch
(b)   square knot
(c)   timber hitch
(d)   tautline hitch
(e)   two half hitches




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                   Troop organization                              4. Which of the following is true?
                                                                   (a) drugs give you temporary feelings of pleasure,
1. Does a troop guide have a vote on the patrol                        energy or peace
leaders' council?                                                  (b) drugs cause nightmares, fear, loss of reason
(a) yes                                                            (c) drug overdose can lead to serious illness, disability,
(b) no                                                                 or death
                                                                   (d) many drugs are addictive
2. From whom should a Boy Scout receive his first
                                                                   (e) all of the above
troop and patrol leadership training?
(a) his parents                                                    5.  Which of the following is true?
(b) his patrol leader                                              (a) alcohol clouds your mind
(c) his senior patrol leader                                       (b) alcohol affects your judgment
(d) his assistant senior patrol leader                             (c) alcohol injures your body especially your liver and
(e) his scoutmaster                                                    brain
                                                                   (d) alcohol makes you an unsafe driver
3.    Every patrol has
                                                                   (e) all of the above
(a)   a yodel and a yell
(b)   a flag and a dance                                           6. Which of the following is NOT true?
(c)   a flag and a yell                                            (a) smoking shortens your breath and causes
(d)   a flag and a salute                                              emphysema and cancer
(e)   all of the above                                             (b) tobacco is the only legal substance that, when used
                                                                       as intended, kills
4.    The top boy leader of a troop is the
                                                                   (c) 90% of smokers started smoking before they were
(a)   Patrol Leader
                                                                       18 years old
(b)   Senior Patrol Leader
                                                                   (d) smoking is the second most prevalent form of
(c)   Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
                                                                       drug dependency in our society
(d)   Scoutmaster
                                                                   (e) chewing tobacco and snuff cause gum disease and
(e)   All of the above
                                                                       cancer of the mouth
                    Personal Fitness                               7.    The four food groups are
                                                                   (a)   milk, protein, vegetable-fruit, and starch
1. Boy Scouts of America prohibits the use of these                (b)   milk, protein, vegetable-fruit, and cereal-grain
at all activities                                                  (c)   milk, protein, water, and cereal-grain
(a) alcoholic beverages                                            (d)   milk, sugar, vegetable-fruit, and cereal-grain
(b) drugs                                                          (e)   all of the above
(c) tobacco products
(d) all of the above                                               8. The food you eat
                                                                   (a) builds your body and keep it in good repair
2. Which of the following is true?                                 (b) provides the vitamins, minerals, fiber, and bulk that
(a) alcohol is the most widely used drug among                         your body needs to stay healthy
    teenagers. 90% of high school seniors and 50% of               (c) serves as source of energy for everything you do
    7th graders have tried alcohol                                 (d) all of the above
(b) alcohol is the leading cause of death among 15 to
    24-year olds                                                                         Scout Spirit
(c) one out of nine 7th to 12th graders is currently at risk
    or a problem drinker                                           1. A Scout is ________. A Scout tells the truth. He
(d) if you want to make the most of your life, don't drink         is honest, and he keeps his promises. People can
(e) all of the above                                               depend on him
                                                                   (a) trustworthy
3. Which of the following is true?
                                                                   (b) loyal
(a) never ride in a car with someone who has been
                                                                   (c) friendly
    drinking
                                                                   (d) kind
(b) it is unlawful for a driver to be drinking in a motor
                                                                   (e) reverent
    vehicle
(c) it is unlawful for a passenger to be drinking in a             2. A Scout is ________. A Scout is true to his
    motor vehicle                                                  family, friends, Scout leaders, school, and nation
(d) it is unlawful for a passenger to be drinking in a             (a) trustworthy
    motor vehicle if the car is not moving                         (b) loyal
(e) all of the above                                               (c) friendly
                                                                   (d) kind
                                                                   (e) reverent




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3. A Scout is ________. A Scout cares about other            9. A Scout is ________. A Scout works to pay his
people. He willingly volunteers to help others               way and to help others. He saves for the future. He
without expecting payment or reward                          protects and conserves natural resources. He
(a) helpful                                                  carefully uses time and property
(b) loyal                                                    (a) trustworthy
(c) friendly                                                 (b) loyal
(d) kind                                                     (c) friendly
(e) reverent                                                 (d) thrifty
                                                             (e) reverent
4. A Scout is ________. A Scout is a friend to all. He
is a brother to other Scouts                                 10. A Scout is ________. A Scout can face danger
(a) trustworthy                                              although he is afraid. He has the courage to stand
(b) loyal                                                    for what he thinks is right even if others laugh at him
(c) friendly                                                 or threaten him
(d) kind                                                     (a) trustworthy
(e) reverent                                                 (b) loyal
                                                             (c) friendly
5. A Scout is ________. A Scout is polite to
                                                             (d) brave
everyone regardless of age or position. He knows
                                                             (e) reverent
that using good manners makes it easier for people
to get along                                                 11. A Scout is ________. A Scout keeps his body
(a) obedient                                                 and mind fit. He chooses the company of those who
(b) courteous                                                live by high standards. He helps keep his home and
(c) friendly                                                 community clean
(d) kind                                                     (a) trustworthy
(e) reverent                                                 (a) loyal
                                                             (b) friendly
6. A Scout is ________. A Scout knows there is
                                                             (c) clean
strength in being gentle. He treats others as he
                                                             (d) reverent
wants to be treated. Without good reason, he does
not harm or kill any living thing                            12. A Scout is ________. A Scout is reverent toward
(a) helpful                                                  God. He is faithful in his religious duties. He
(b) courteous                                                respects the beliefs of others
(c) friendly                                                 (a) trustworthy
(d) kind                                                     (b) loyal
(e) reverent                                                 (c) friendly
                                                             (d) kind
7. A Scout is ________. A Scout follows the rules of
                                                             (e) reverent
his family, school, and troop. He obeys the laws of
his community and country. If he thinks the rules                              Signs and symbols
and laws are unfair, he tries to have them changed in
an orderly manner rather than disobeying                     1. What do the two stars stand for on the First
(a) trustworthy                                              Class badge?
(b) loyal                                                    (a) duty to God and country
(c) friendly                                                 (b) friendship and trustworthiness
(d) obedient                                                 (c) truth and knowledge
(e) reverent                                                 (d) the scout oath and law
                                                             (e) friendship and fellowship
8. A Scout is ________. A Scout looks for the bright
side of life. He cheerfully does tasks that come his         2.    The knot of the Scout badge is
way. He tries to make others happy                           (a)   a reminder to do a good turn daily
(a) trustworthy                                              (b)   a reminder to defend freedom
(b) loyal                                                    (c)   a reminder to do your duty to others
(c) friendly                                                 (d)   a reminder to do your duty to god and country
(d) kind                                                     (e)   a reminder to do your duty to self
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3. The three points of the Scout badge stand for                10. When a Scout or Scouter raises the Scout sign
(a) duty to family, duty to others, and duty to self            all Scouts
(b) duty to god and country, duty to family, and duty           (a) should make the sign, too
    to self                                                     (b) should make the sign, too, and say the Scout Oath
(c) duty to god and country, duty to others, and duty to        (c) should make the sign, too, and come to silent
    self                                                             attention
(d) duty to god and country, duty your troop, and duty to       (d) should make the sign, too, and say the pledge of
    self                                                             allegiance
(e) duty to god and country, duty to others, and duty to        (e) all of the above
    family
                                                                11. When you make the Scout sign, the three fingers
4. Which of the following is NOT true?                          stand for
(a) the shape of the scout badge is taken from the north        (a) freedom and your willingness to defend it
    point of a mariner's (sailor’s) compass                     (b) truth, knowledge and the outdoors
(b) the shape of the scout badge is called a trefoil            (c) the three parts of the Scout oath
(c) trefoil is a flower with three leaves                       (d) the Scout motto, slogan, and law
(d) the shape of the scout badge is a fleur-de-lis              (e) all of the above
    (french for rose)
                                                                12. The three parts of the scout oath are:
(e) the shape of the scout badge suggests that a scout
                                                                (a) truth, knowledge and the outdoors
    can point the right way in life as truly as a compass
                                                                (b) duty to God and country, duty to others and duty
    in the field
                                                                    to yourself
5.  The scroll of the Scout badge stand for                     (c) duty to God, duty to country, and duty to yourself
(a) a scout smiles as he does his duty                          (d) duty to God, duty to country, and duty to others
(b) duty to family, duty to others, and duty to self            (e) the Scout motto, slogan, and law
(c) duty to god and country, duty to family, and duty to
                                                                13. When you make the Scout sign, your thumb and
    self
                                                                little finger touch to represent
(d) duty to god and country, duty to others, and duty to
                                                                (a) freedom and your willingness to defend it
    self
                                                                (b) truth, knowledge and the outdoors
(e) truth and knowledge and the outdoors
                                                                (c) the three parts of the Scout oath
6.    The two stars of the Scout badge stand for                (d) the bond that unites Scouts throughout the
(a)   duty to family and duty to others                               world
(b)   duty to god and country                                   (e) all of the above
(c)   duty to god and country and duty to self
                                                                14.   The Scout salute
(d)   truth and knowledge
                                                                (a)   shows obedience
7. The eagle with the shield of the Scout badge                 (b)   shows loyalty
stands for                                                      (c)   shows respect
(a) duty to family, duty to others, and duty to self            (d)   shows reverence
(b) freedom and a scout's readiness to defend that              (e)   all of the above
    freedom
                                                                15.   Use the Scout salute to salute
(c) duty to god and country, duty to family, and duty to
                                                                (a)   the flag of the United States
    self
                                                                (b)   a Scout leader
(d) duty to god and country, duty to others, and duty to
                                                                (c)   another Scout
    self
                                                                (d)   a junior leader
(e) truth and knowledge and the outdoors
                                                                (e)   all of the above
8.    The Scout handshake is made
                                                                16. When you make the Scout handshake, the
(a)   with the hand nearest the heart
                                                                fingers
(b)   with the right hand
                                                                (a) interlock
(c)   only in uniform
                                                                (b) do not interlock
(d)   after you take off your hat
                                                                (c) touch
(e)   all of the above
                                                                (d) do not touch
9.    The Scout handshake is offered as                         (e) all of the above
(a)   a token of obedience
(b)   a token of friendship
(c)   a token of reverence
(d)   a token of loyalty
(e)   all of the above




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                  Order of the Arrow                                                        Uniform

1.    Order of the Arrow is                                         7. If the Scouts in a troop must wear a neckerchief,
(a)   Scouting's national honor society                             are the adult leaders required to do so as well?
(b)   Scouting's national society for Eagle Scouts                  (a) Yes
(c)   Scouting's society for retired Scouts                         (b) No
(d)   Scouting's national Scout skills society
                                                                    8. Name the four uniform items that must be worn
(e)   all of the above
                                                                    for a Scout to be in proper or complete uniform
2. The purpose of the Order of the Arrow is                         (a) shirt, long pants, belt, socks
(a) to recognize those scout campers who best                       (b) shirt, shorts, belt, socks
    exemplify the scout oath and law in their daily lives           (c) shirt, pants or shorts, belt, socks
(b) to develop and maintain camping traditions and spirit           (d) shirt, pants or shorts, belt, neckerchief
(c) to promote scout camping                                        (e) shirt, pants or shorts, neckerchief, neckerchief slide
(d) to crystallize the scout habit of helpfulness into a life
                                                                    9.    You should wear your uniform
    purpose of leadership in cheerful service to others
                                                                    (a)   to troop meetings
(e) all of the above
                                                                    (b)   to military facilities
3. To be inducted into the Order of the Arrow, a                    (c)   when ever you are taking part in scout activities
Scout must:                                                         (d)   to national parks
(a) be at least first class rank;                                   (e)   all of the above
(b) have at least 15 nights of camping, including a 6-day
                                                                    10. According to the Boy Scout Handbook, what
    long-term camp;
                                                                    factor determines whether the members of a troop
(c) participate in the "ordeal" and induction ceremony,
                                                                    wear their neckerchiefs over the collars of their
    after election by his troop
                                                                    shirts, or under their collars?
(d) be elected by his troop
                                                                    (a) it depends on the senior patrol leader
(e) all of the above
                                                                    (b) it depends on the custom of the troop
4. The two membership levels in Order of the Arrow                  (c) it depends on the scoutmaster
are                                                                 (d) each patrol votes
(a) Novice and Advanced                                             (e) scouts always wear their neckerchiefs over the
(b) Ordeal and Brotherhood                                              collars of their shirts
(c) Novice and Brotherhood
                                                                    11. When can a Boy Scout in complete uniform wear
(d) Ordeal and Advanced
                                                                    his Order of the Arrow sash and merit badge sash
(e) all of the above
                                                                    simultaneously?
5. The abbreviation “NOAC” means                                    (a) at order of the arrow activities
(a) National Organization of Order of the Arrow                     (b) at courts of honor
    Committee                                                       (c) at boards of review
(b) National Organization of Order of the Arrow                     (d) never
    Conclave                                                        (e) always
(c) National Organization of Order of the Arrow Club
                                                                    12. Patrol members wearing a small star segment
(d) National of Order of the Arrow Conference
                                                                    beneath their patrol medallions have earned what
(e) all of the above
                                                                    award?
6.  Who founded Order of the Arrow?                                 (a) Friends of Scouting Patrol Award
(a) Rob Rice and Rod Gamble in 1915                                 (b) Leave No Trace Patrol Award
(b) Dr E. Urner Goodman & Carroll A. Edson in 1915                  (c) Baden-Powell Patrol Award
(c) Robert Baden-Powell and Ernest Thompson Seton                   (d) National Honor Patrol Award
    in 1915
(d) Dr. E. Urner Goodman and Ernest Thompson Seton                                     Scouting History
    in 1915
                                                                    1. The man who started the Scouting movement
(e) all of the above
                                                                    was
                                                                    (a) Robert Baden-Powell
                                                                    (b) William D. Boyce
                                                                    (c) Ernest Thompson Seton
                                                                    (d) Daniel Carter Beard
                                                                    (e) Robert Rice




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                                                                        higher than all the others. It is hoisted first and
2. In 1907 a group of boys to attended the world's
                                                                        lowered last
first Boy Scout camp
                                                                    (b) When displaying the flag of the United States with
(a) On the English island of Brownsea
                                                                        other flags at equal heights, the US flag is in front or
(b) At the town of Mafeking
                                                                        farthest to the left
(c) On the Catalina island
                                                                    (c) Flat against a wall: horizontally or vertically, the blue
(d) On the Isle of Wight
                                                                        union is at the top, at the flag's own right(left as you
(e) In South Africa
                                                                        look at it)
3. Scouts today celebrate this date as the birthday                 (d) In an auditorium: the flag on a staff is placed to the
of Scouting in the United States:                                       speaker's right
(a) January 1, 1907                                                 (e) On a staff at the front of a building, the flag goes to
(b) April 15, 1908                                                      the peak of the staff, except when displayed at half-
(c) February 8, 1910                                                    staff
(d) July 4, 1776
                                                                    5. Which of the following is NOT true?
(e) June 14, 1777
                                                                    (a) Across a street: hang the flag vertically with the
4. The first world jamboree was held in 1920 in                         union to the north in an east-west street
(a) London, England                                                 (b) Across a street: hang the flag vertically with the
(b) Washington, DC                                                      union to the to the east in a north-south street
(c) New York, New York                                              (c) On an automobile: clamp the staff to the right front
(d) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania                                          fender
(e) Paris, France                                                   (d) For a parade drape the flag on or over the right
                                                                        fender of a car
                         Flag etiquette                             (e) Never fly the flag upside down except as a distress
                                                                        signal
1. Which of the following is NOT true?
(a) Raise the flag briskly and lower it slowly                      6. Which of the following is true?
(b) At half-staff raise the flag first to the top of the            (a) Never let the flag touch the ground, the floor, or
     flagpole, hold it for an instant, then lower it to half-           water and never place anything on the flag
     staff                                                          (b) Never use the flag as drapery (use bunting instead)
(c) At half-staff raise it slowly to half-staff                     (c) Clean the flag if it becomes soiled. Mend it if it is torn
(d) To take the flag down from half-staff, first raise it to        (d) When worn beyond repair, destroy it in a dignified
     the peak, and then lower it slowly                                 way, preferably by burning
(e) On Memorial Day, fly the flag at half-staff until noon          (e) All of the above
     then raise it to full staff
                                                                    7. Which of the following is NOT true?
2. Which of the following is NOT true?                              (a) When raising the flag one Scout holds the folded
(a) If made of weather resistant material, a flag may be                flag to prevent it from touching the ground
     flown in any weather                                           (b) When raising the flag one Scout attaches the flag to
(b) The flag is usually flown only from sunrise to sunset               the flag line (halyard) and then raises the flag
(c) The may be flown both day and night                             (c) When raising the flag one Scout attaches the flag to
(d) The flag is flown on all national and state holidays,               the flag line (halyard), salutes and then raises the
     and on special days designated by the President                    flag
(e) It is illegal to fly the flag at night                          (d) When raising the flag, when the flag has left the
                                                                        arms of the Scout holding it, he steps back and
3. Which of the following is NOT true?                                  salutes
(a) In Scout uniform greet the flag with a Scout salute             (e) When raising the flag the Scout who raised it belays
     when you see it being raised or lowered, when you                  (ties) the halyard to the cleat on the flagpole
     pass it, when it passes you and when you recite the
     Pledge of Allegiance
(b) When you are outdoors in Scout uniform, do not
     remove your cap when you salute the flag
(c) When you are outdoors in Scout uniform, remove
     your cap when you salute the flag
(d) You should never wear your hat indoors unless you
     are carrying a rifle as part of a color guard
(e) Out of uniform greet the flag by placing your right
     hand over your heart. If you are wearing a hat,
     remove it and hold it in your right hand over your
     heart
4. Which of the following is NOT true?
(a) When displaying the flag of the United States with
    other flags at different heights, the US flag flies

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8. Which of the following is NOT true?                              7.  The first official flag of the United States
(a) When lowering the flag one Scout unfastens the                  (a) was made by Betsy Ross
    halyard from the cleat and lowers the flag                      (b) was made by a Thomas Jefferson in 1777
(b) When lowering the flag a second Scout salutes until             (c) was created by a resolution of the Continental
    the flag is within reach then drops his salute and                  Congress in 1777
    gathers the flag into his arms                                  (d) was designed by George Washington
(c) When lowering the flag a second Scout salutes                   (e) all of the above
    until the flag is within reach then gathers the flag
                                                                    2.    The Revolutionary War ended in
    into his arms while he continues to salute
                                                                    (a)   1776
(d) When lowering the flag the Scout who lowered the
                                                                    (b)   1781
    flag removes the flag from the halyard and belays
                                                                    (c)   1812
    (ties) the halyard to the cleat
                                                                    (d)   1860
(e) After lowering the flag the Scouts fold the flag
                                                                    (e)   all of the above
    lengthwise in half, then in quarters with the blue field
    on the outside. One Scout holds the flag by the blue            3.    Our national anthem was written by
    field and the other makes a triangular fold                     (a)   Thomas Jefferson
                                                                    (b)   Benjamin Franklin
                        California                                  (c)   Abraham Lincoln
                                                                    (d)   Francis Scott Key
1.    The motto of California is
                                                                    (e)   all of the above
(a)   "Eureka!"
(b)   "In God we trust"                                             4.    Our national anthem was written
(c)   "Be prepared"                                                 (a)   during the Revolutionary War
(d)   "Do a good turn daily"                                        (b)   during the War of 1812
(e)   All of the above                                              (c)   during the Civil War
                                                                    (d)   during the First World War
2.    The state bird of California is the
                                                                    (e)   all of the above
(a)   spotted owl
(b)   bald eagle                                                    5. Our national anthem was written after a British
(c)   valley quail                                                  fleet attacked
(d)   gnatcatcher                                                   (a) Fort McHenry near Baltimore, Maryland
(e)   all of the above                                              (b) Fort Sumner, in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina
                                                                    (c) New Orleans, Louisiana
3.    The state song of California is
                                                                    (d) Washington, DC
(a)   California, here I come
                                                                    (e) all of the above
(b)   I love you, California
(c)   California Dreamin'                                           6. Whenever you hear our national anthem played
(d)   Hotel California                                              or sung show your respect by
(e)   All of the above                                              (a) standing up
                                                                    (b) giving the Scout salute if you are in uniform
4.    The state flower of California is the
                                                                    (c) placing your hand over your heart if you not are in
(a)   American rose
                                                                        uniform
(b)   Joshua tree
                                                                    (d) taking off your hat if you are not in uniform
(c)   gardenia
                                                                    (e) all of the above
(d)   golden poppy
(e)   all of the above                                              7.    Our nation's motto is
                                                                    (a)   "Eureka!"
5.    The capital of California is
                                                                    (b)   "in God we trust"
(a)   Sacramento
                                                                    (c)   "Be prepared"
(b)   San Francisco
                                                                    (d)   "Do a good turn daily"
(c)   San Diego
                                                                    (e)   all of the above
(d)   Monterey
(e)   All of the above                                              8. Since1955 the motto "in God we trust" has been
                                                                    stamped
               Citizenship in the Nation                            (a) on every stamp produced by the US Postal Service
                                                                    (b) on most coins produced by the US mint
6. American colonists declared their independence
                                                                    (c) on every silver coin produced by the US mint
from Great Britain on
                                                                    (d) on every coin produced by the US mint
(a) July 14, 1777
                                                                    (e) all of the above
(b) July 4, 1776
(c) December 25, 1776
(d) February 8, 1910
(e) all of the above


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                      Firem’n Chit                              9. Which of the following is true?
                                                                (a) Use, refuel, and store stoves and lanterns only with
1.  Which of the following is NOT true for stoves?                  adult supervision
(a) Never leave the stove unattended                            (b) Follow the manufacturer's instructions
(b) Extinguish the fire when you no longer need it              (c) Store fuel in approved containers and keep
(c) Have an adult check the stove to be sure it is in               containers away from fires
    good working condition                                      (d) Refuel stoves outdoors, away from fires
(d) Use caution when your burn empty fuel cans                  (e) All of the above
(e) Take empty fuel cans home for disposal
                                                                10. Which of the following is NOT true?
2. Which of the following is NOT true?                          (a) Never use a stove inside a tent
(a) If you have a fire, you can burn wastepaper                 (b) Make sure the stove is level and stable
(b) If you do not have a fire, put wastepaper in a trash        (c) Select a site on gravel, sand or bare soil away from
    bag and carry it home                                           trees, bushes, and dry grass
(c) Put plastic in a trash bag and carry it home                (d) Clear all grass down to bare soil within 10-feet of
(d) Do not burn plastic. Burning can release toxic gases            your stove
    into the atmosphere                                         (e) Do not over load a stove with a pot that is too large
(e) When you burn plastic, stand back so you don’t                  or too heavy
    inhale toxic gases
                                                                11. Which of the following is NOT true?
3.    Use a stove when                                          (a) If you have a fire, you can burn jars and cans
(a)   Wood fires are not allowed by the park                    (b) If you do not have a fire, crush and bury jars and
(b)   There are no existing fire pits                               cans
(c)   You want to avoid scarring the land                       (c) Put jars and cans in a trash bag and carry them
(d)   All of the above                                              home
(e)   None of the above                                         (d) Burning jars and cans can release toxic gases into
                                                                    the atmosphere
4. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
                                                                (e) None of the above(all of the above are true)
fires?
(a) Use existing fire sites                                     12. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
(b) Make the fire no larger than necessary                      fires?
(c) Stay clear of boulders that may be blackened by             (a) Extinguish the fire when you no longer need it
    smoke or tree roots that may be harmed by heat              (b) Clean the fire site of paper, foil, and food
(d) Clear the fire site 10 feet across down to bare soil        (c) If you made the fire site, eliminate all trace when you
(e) Line the fire ring with rocks from a stream                     leave
                                                                (d) All of the above
5. when building a fire, clear the fire site ____ feet
                                                                (e) None of the above
across down to bare soil
(a) 5                                                           13. Which of the following is NOT true?
(b) 10                                                          (a) If you have a fire, you can burn food scraps in the
(c) 15                                                              fire
(d) 20                                                          (b) If you don’t have a fire, put it food scraps in a trash
                                                                    bag and carry them home
6. Which of the following is NOT appropriate for
                                                                (c) If you don’t have a fire, bury leftover food
fires?
                                                                (d) Don’t scatter leftover food it in the woods
(a) Do not use liquid fuel to start the fire
                                                                (e) Animals will find buried food and it is not healthy for
(b) Keep a pot of water close for emergencies
                                                                    them to eat
(c) Never leave the fire unattended
(d) All of the above                                                                   Totin’ Chip
(e) None of the above
                                                                1. All of the following are true EXCEPT
7.    Fires have the following advantages
                                                                (a) Sheathe your ax and put it away when you are not
(a)   Good use of resources
                                                                    using it
(b)   Clear the land
                                                                (b) Sharpen your ax with a mill bastard file
(c)   Dry wet clothes
                                                                (c) Use leather gloves and a knuckle guard when you
(d)   Prevent forest fires
                                                                    sharpen your ax
(e)   Consume dead branches
                                                                (d) When you sharpen your ax, hold it firmly with
8.  Fires have the following disadvantages EXCEPT                   your foot
(a) Char the ground and blacken rocks                           (e) When you sharpen your ax, brace it on the ground
(b) Sterilize the soil                                              between a small log and two stakes
(c) Pollute streams
(d) Consumes dead branches that would have provided
    food and shelter for plants and animals
(e) Spoil the appearance of the land
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2. With your pocketknife                                             8. With an ax all of the following are true EXCEPT
(a) Do not strike a knife with another tool or pry with the          (a) Split a small stick with the contact method
    point of a cutting blade                                         (b) Use caution when you swing an ax with a piece
(b) Do not put a knife in a fire                                         of wood stuck to the bit
(c) New knife blades are hardened, or tempered, with                 (c) Carry an ax at your side with one hand with the
    just the right amount of heat                                        blade turned away from your body
(d) Re-heating knife blades may ruin the temper and                  (d) To give an ax to another person, hold the handle
    weaken the knife                                                     near the knob with the head down. Pass the ax with
(e) All of the above                                                     the blade facing away from both of you. When your
                                                                         partner has a grip on the handle, he says, "Thank
3.  With a saw
                                                                         you." That is your signal to release your hold
(a) Close a folding saw when you are not using it
(b) Sheathe a saw whenever you are not using it                      9. With your pocketknife
(c) Carry a saw with the blade turned away from your                 (a) Keep the blades closed except when you are using
    body                                                                 them
(d) Replace blade of your saw when it become dull.                   (b) Cut away from yourself
    Sharp blades are easier to use and control                       (c) Close the blades before you pass the knife to
                                                                         someone
All of the above
                                                                     (d) Keep your knife sharp and clean
4. When using a saw do all of the following                          (e) All of the above
EXCEPT
                                                                     10. Your pocketknife
(a) Wear gloves and protective eyewear
                                                                     (a) Should have a folding blade for cutting, a can
(b) Protect yourself from the blade by making a sheath
                                                                         opener, and a screwdriver
    of a garden hose or a piece of cardboard
                                                                     (b) Should not be a sheath knife
(c) Hold the sheath it in place with rope, twine or duct
                                                                     (c) Should be cleaned by opening all the blades and
    tape
                                                                         washing it carefully in hot soapy water; then dry it
(d) Brace the wood you want to cut against your foot
                                                                         and wipe the inside with a q-tip or a tooth pick and
5. With a saw do all the following EXCEPT                                bit of cloth or paper towel moistened with oil
(a) Cut away from yourself                                           (d) Should be sharpened by using a whetstone and oil
(b) Do not cut any trees unless they are dead                        (e) All of the above
    without permission
                                                                     All of the following are true EXCEPT
(c) Do not allow the saw's blade to cut into the ground
                                                                     (a) Obey any school regulations that prohibit carrying
(d) Do not leave a saw lying around camp
                                                                         knives on school property
6. With an ax all of the following are true EXCEPT                   (b) Do not carry a knife with an open blade
(a) Hikers and backpackers seldom need axes and                      (c) Do not close the blades before you pass the
    leave them home                                                      knife to someone
(b) An ax is more dangerous than other tools                         (d) Do not throw a knife
(c) If the head of an ax is loose or the blade is dull use it        (e) Do not cut toward yourself. If the blade slips you
    carefully                                                            may be injured
(d) Wear long pants, gloves, sturdy leather shoes or
    boots, and safety glasses when you use an ax                                            Camping

7. With an ax all of the following are true EXCEPT                   1. The five W's of a trip plan are
(a) Check for clearance by holding the ax by the head                (a) where are you going, when will you return, who is
    and slowly swinging the handle at arm's length                       going with you, why are you going, and what is your
(b) Select an area free from brush and branches                          goal
(c) In camp rope off an ax yard large enough to provide              (b) where are you going, when are you going, who is in
    clearance                                                            charge, why are you going, and what are you taking
(d) No more than two Scouts in the ax yard at a time                 (c) where are you going, when will you leave, who is
(e) Clean up chips, bark and debris when you are                         going with you, why are you going, and what are you
    finished                                                             taking
                                                                     (d) where are you going, when will you return, who
                                                                         is going with you, why are you going, and what
                                                                         are you taking
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2.  Besides the five W's of a trip plan, add                    11. Which of the following is NOT a principle of
(a) How much will it cost                                       Leave No Trace camping?
(b) How will you get there                                      (a) Leave what you find
(c) How you will respect the land by using no-trace             (b) Minimize campfire use
    hiking skills                                               (c) Respect wildlife
(d) How will you be of service                                  (d) For a campfire only use wood you find on the
(e) All of the above                                                ground
                                                                (e) All of the above
3.    Wool can keep you warm
(a)   unless it is damp                                         12. Which of the following is NOT one of the ten
(b)   only when it is damp                                      outdoor essentials?
(c)   only when it is dry                                       (a) Flashlight
(d)   even when it is damp                                      (b) Trail food
(e)   all of the above                                          (c) Matches & fire starter
                                                                (d) Small trowel
4.  Cotton is dangerous to wear
                                                                (e) Map and compass
(a) on desert trips
(b) on trips when conditions might hot and dry                  13. If you meet people on horseback while hiking, do
(c) on trips when conditions might turn chilly, rainy,          the following:
    or snowy                                                    (a) Step four or five paces downhill off the trail
(d) at night                                                    (b) Step uphill from the trail
(e) all of the above                                            (c) Speak gently to the horses
                                                                (d) Pat the animal gently on the head
5.    Many synthetic fabrics offer
                                                                (e) Walk slowly until the animals pass
(a)   the comfort of wool and the warmth of cotton
(b)   the comfort and the warmth of cotton                      14. Which of the following is true?
(c)   the comfort and the warmth of wool                        (a) The North Star is the brightest star in the sky
(d)   the comfort of cotton and the warmth of wool              (b) The North Star is lined up with the pointer stars
(e)   all of the above                                              of the Big Dipper
                                                                (c) The North Star is in the Big Dipper
6.    When cotton is wet,
                                                                (d) The North Star is sometimes called Thuban
(a)   it will keep you warm
                                                                (e) The North Star is in the constellation Ursa Major
(b)   it will not keep you warm
(c)   it will dry guickly                                       15. All the following are true EXCEPT:
(d)   it will itch                                              (a) Scorpius fills the southern sky in summer
(e)   all of the above                                          (b) The Northern Crown opens toward the north
                                                                (c) Taurus fills the southern sky in summer
7.    Many synthetic fabrics
                                                                (d) The Big Dipper and Cassiopeia circle the northern
(a)   can keep you warm unless it is damp
                                                                    sky
(b)   can keep you warm when it is dry
                                                                (e) Orion rises in the southeast on winter evenings
(c)   can keep you warm even when it is damp
(d)   can keep you warm if it isn't too cold                                       Youth protection
(e)   all of the above
                                                                1.    The "three R's" of youth protection are
8.    You should purify water by
                                                                (a)   Recognize, register, and report
(a)   Boiling
                                                                (b)   Read, resist, and report
(b)   Filtering
                                                                (c)   Recognize, read, and report
(c)   Using purification tablets
                                                                (d)   Recognize, register, and report
(d)   All of the above
                                                                (e)   Recognize, resist, and report
(e)   Any one of the above
9.    In bear country hang your food
(a)   3-feet off the ground and 3-feet from the tree
(b)   6-feet off the ground and 6-feet from the tree
(c)   6-feet off the ground and 8-feet from the tree
(d)   12-feet off the ground and 3-feet from the tree
(e)   12-feet off the ground and 8-feet from the tree
10. If you are lost, remember the acronym L.O.S.T.
which stands for
(a) Stay calm, Time, Observe, Plan
(b) Stand still, Time, Observe, Participate
(c) Smart, Think, Observe, Plan
(d) Stay calm, Think, Observe, Plan
(e) All of the above

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                         Cycling

1. What should you always wear when you ride a
bicycle?
(a) Short sleeved shirt
(b) Long sleeved shirt
(c) Helmet
(d) Shirt
(e) All of the above
2. Are the rules for bicycles different than the rules
for cars?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Sometimes
(d) All of the above
3. How should you ride on a road?
(a) Stay as far to the right as possible and travel in a
    straight line
(b) Stay as far to the left as possible and travel in a
    straight line
(c) Stay as far to the right as possible and travel in
    parallel lines
(d) Never ride on roads
(e) All of the above
4. What two things do you need on your bike when
you ride at night?
(a) A white light in front and a red light or reflector
    in back
(b) A white reflector in front and a red reflector or in
    back
(c) A red light in front and a white reflector in back
(d) All of the above
5.    When is it OK to hitch on to other vehicles?
(a)   Never
(b)   Only on private property
(c)   Only on off-road trails
(d)   Only if your are over 18-years-old
6.    What should you do at all intersections?
(a)   Slow down and look to the right and to the left
(b)   Use hand signals if you are stopping or turning
(c)   Both a & b
7.    When should you use hand signals?
(a)   On public roads
(b)   Whenever you turn or slow down
(c)   On off-road trails
(d)   All the time
(e)   All of the above
8.    When can you carry passengers?
(a)   Only on private property
(b)   Only on off-road trails
(c)   Only if your are over 18-years-old
(d)   Never carry passengers
(e)   All of the above




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