Boy Scouts Quiz

Test your boy scout knowledge with this quiz.

Quiz

Test your boy scout knowledge with this quiz.

1. Who founded the Boy Scouts?

  • President Theodore Roosevelt.
  • President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
  • General Robert Baden-Powell.

2. When were the Boy Scouts of America founded?

  • 1902.
  • 1910.
  • 1939.

3. What is the first rank in Cub Scouts?

  • Bobcat.
  • Wolf.
  • Bear.

4. What is the significance of the phrase "Be prepared"?

  • It's the Scout motto.
  • It's the Scout slogan.
  • It's the Scout Law.

5. What is "Webelos" short for?

  • We belong to scouts.
  • We'll be loyal scouts.
  • We believe the oaths.

6. What Boy Scout program includes girls?

  • Tiger Cubs.
  • Venturing.
  • Eagle Scouts.

7. What merit badge has been awarded more than any other?

  • Swimming.
  • Camping.
  • First aid.

8. How many badges must a boy earn to qualify for the Eagle Scout Award?

  • 9.
  • 21.
  • 35.

9. About what percent of Boy Scouts become Eagle Scouts?

  • 4.
  • 20.
  • 45.

10. What country will host the 2007 World Scout Jamboree, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the scouting movement?

  • England.
  • United States.
  • Canada.

Your Results:

1. Who founded the Boy Scouts?
General Robert Baden-Powell.

2. When were the Boy Scouts of America founded?
1910.

3. What is the first rank in Cub Scouts?
Bobcat.

4. What is the significance of the phrase "Be prepared"?
It's the Scout motto.

5. What is "Webelos" short for?
We'll be loyal scouts.

6. What Boy Scout program includes girls?
Venturing.

7. What merit badge has been awarded more than any other?
First aid.

8. How many badges must a boy earn to qualify for the Eagle Scout Award?
21.

9. About what percent of Boy Scouts become Eagle Scouts?
4.

10. What country will host the 2007 World Scout Jamboree, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the scouting movement?
England.

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