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How to Pass the Eagle Scout Board of Review

Updated on May 24, 2016

A guide to overcoming the final obstacle on your path to becoming an Eagle Scout!

Becoming an Eagle Scout takes years of commitment, dedication, and leadership. The last step is the Eagle Scout Board of Review. I'm making this page on how to pass the Eagle Scout BOR because, as a fellow Eagle Scout, I want to share my knowledge in helping Life Scouts overcome that last hurdle in their journey.

Remember the Boy Scout Motto- "Be Prepared"

Preparation Tips

Guidelines for how to prepare yourself for the Eagle Scout Board of Review

You've already accomplished the first step in preparing for your Eagle Board of Review- You're here! Because you are reading this site I know you want to pass your board with flying colors. Let's discuss some other tips for preparation:

1. Review the basics: Although the Eagle board of review is meant to be a review of your accomplishments to date, sometimes they will ask you to review your scouting skills. Since you joined the scouts when you were ten, you have been working towards becoming an Eagle Scout. You've had a whole books worth of information crammed into your head. Some of this information you've used. Some of it you have not thought about since you passed that ranks' board of review. Make sure you go back and review some of the basics. Of course, the Scout Oath and Law are critical, but you should know those like you know your birthday. Other key things to review are: The Scout Motto (Be Prepared) and slogan (Do a good turn daily). Also review the parts of the scout badge, the proper way to perform the scout handshake, and the history of the Boy Scouts (found in the back of the book).

2. Rehearse some answers: While taking part in the Eagle Board of Review, you want to sound confident. You also want to say the right things. First, read the list of possible questions, and try to pick out some that you may not know the answer to off the top of your head. Think for awhile about these questions and come up with a strong answer. It's best not to sit at the board saying "um, uh, I don't know". By having an answer to some of the tougher questions you can show confidence and impress the members of the Board. If you are not typically a confident public speaker, or have trouble thinking under pressure, you may want to practice your answers with a friend. Verbally speaking your answers will not only help you remember what you want to say, it will help you flesh out whether the answer makes sense and is impactful or not.

3. Have a story ready to go: In my conversations with leaders who have sat on Eagle Boards, I have discovered one key that will lead to the success of an Eagle Candidate. There will undoubtedly be a question asked of your leadership experience. Instead of a short answer, you should "show" them your leadership ability through a story. The story should effctively show how you are a leader, how scouts has made you a leader,or how you've applied what you've learned in scouts to the outside world. I would also recommend that the topic of the story does not involve your Eagle project. Your project will be discussed in full at some point. This story can be as long or short as you want, though I would recommend keeping it under 5 minutes. Lastly, make sure the story is completely true (Remember- a scout is Trustworthy), and the chances are that a leader on your board will be able to recognize the events of the story and verify it to the other members of the board.

Sample Questions

Some, all, or none of these sample questions may be asked at your Eagle Scout Board of Review, but it helps to think about these before you head into the boardroom.

Questions will be based on a variety of topics from the Scout's experiences.

Regarding the Oath and Law:

What is the hardest point of the Scout Law for you to live by - why?

What point of the Scout Law is the most important to you - why?

What does "Scouting Spirit" mean to you - why?

What do the various points of the Scout Law mean to you?

What values has Scouting taught you that you think others see in you - at home, in your unit, at school and/or in the community?

How do you live by the Scout Law and Oath?

What do the different points of the Scout Oath mean to you?

What does "duty to God" mean to you?

What does "duty to Country" mean to you?

How do you "help others at all times"?

How do you feel about wearing your uniform in public?

Regarding Scouting Experiences:

What leadership positions have you held?

What were your responsibilities in each position?

What leadership position do you hold now?

What you would do if a scout refused to comply and/or ignored a valid request you made in the performance of his duties.

How might you handle "hurry-up" first aid cases.

Have you earned any merit badges that will help you in your choice of occupation?

What merit badge did you enjoy working on the most - why?

Conversely, which one did you enjoy working on the least - why?

What changes would you make in the unit?

If you earn your Eagle rank tonight, what do you intend to do to repay Scouting, your unit and its leaders?

Who has been the most influential person in your Scouting career?

Is there anything Scouting did not give you that you feel could be beneficial to the program to help other young men develop?

Regarding the Eagle Project:

What group benefited from your project?

How did you find out about the need?

Walk the Board through the project from beginning to end i. The planning phase ii. The organization of personnel iii. Directing the project to completion

Did you have to contact any city, county or state officials for permits or to find out about ordinances, etc. - did the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge help - how?

Once your project was approved, did you have to modify it - what did you learn from that experience?

Who did you get involved in helping with your project - scouts, adults from the troop, members of the benefiting organization....?

Did you have any problems directing adults in their work - how did you feel about that?

In what ways do you feel you demonstrated leadership in this project?

Every scouts feels his project was "special" - how is this project "special"?

Thirty years from now when someone else asks you what you did for you Eagle project, what will stand out in your mind - how will you answer that question?

Regarding Your Future:

What plans do you have for the future? - college, Armed Forces, trade school..?

How do you feel earning Eagle will help you in those plans?

What should an Eagle Scout be expected to do and what responsibilities do you think come with the rank?

What do you plan to do in scouting in the immediate and long range future?

These questions were put together with help from www.eaglescout.org

In the Boardroom

The boardroom can be a stressful environment. While you're in there, try to remember some of these tips.

A scout who is confident and knowledgeable is a scout who will pass their Eagle Board of Review. Some people though, still get nervous. If you do find yourself getting overwhelmed, take a deep breath. Stay calm. Remember that these scouters are not here to quiz you but to review the progress of your scouting career. If you know yourself, know your abilities, and have a great story to tell, you will pass with flying colors. Good luck on your Eagle Board of Review, and please come back and let me know how it goes!

Eagle Books on Amazon

These books are great resources to use as a guide to becoming an Eagle Scout.

What it Means to be an Eagle - Eagle Symbology and Boy Scouting

Tell your Eagle Story - Are you going for your Board of Review? Are you an Eagle Scout? Let me know your story.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Great lens ! This information should help any Eagle Scout candidate ace his Board of Review with confidence. Great tips and resources !

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      Tom Fattes 8 years ago from Naperville, IL

      Wow, this is great information. Welcome to the Boy Scouts Group.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Great Website! This was very helpful to my son that just passed his Board of Review Last Night. We are very proud of our New Eagle Scout! Thanks for your wonderful information!

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      JustinFraser1 8 years ago

      Thats great to hear! Tell him congratulations.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Hey ! From one EagleScoutMom to another - congratulations to your son and family ! It is a proud honor for us moms - we know what our sons had to achieve to gain this honor. My Mother's pin is my most prized possession! Lenses like this help others to learn what this high rank entails. Now that he passed the BoR it's time to plan the celebration !!! Have a great Eagle Court of Honor! http://www.squidoo.com/boyscoutsofamerica

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Great guide. I'm an Eagle Scout and my oldest son has his BOR next week. Your guide is the perfect tool for prep. Many thanks.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Some of us on that Advancement Committee are not old men. Remember that women serve in many areas of Scouting and on all levels, including National. All of us on the Committee are proud of all the young men who earn the Eagle rank.

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      JustinFraser1 7 years ago

      @anonymous: Great point. The committee is often made up of both men and women scouters.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I am currently a life scout and I am soon going for my eagle BOR and it's the gretest thing ever!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I'm angry because I didn't pass mine since I had recently moved and they said that they didn't really get any time to know me that they couldn't tell what kind of scout I was. Oh well I guess 6 years of work down the drain since I turn 18 next month

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      JustinFraser1 7 years ago

      @anonymous: You are correct and this does not seem fair. Don't give up! You have options. The Eagle Scout Board of Review can take place up to 6 months after your 18th birthday. You can discuss this directly with your home troop and request another board of review. If for some reason you cannot set up another board of review, there is an appeals process where you can go directly to the National Boy Scout Committee. For more info check out: http://www.meritbadge.com/info/policy4.htm and http://www.eaglescout.org/path/guide/appeal.html

      Good Luck, and please let me know what happens.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      @anonymous: To Not Fair. Members of your Eagle BOR are supposed to make recommendations so you can pass your rescheduled board (yes...there are do overs). This is easily done before your 18th birthday. I would talk to your Scoutmaster or better yet the District Executive or Council Executive since these rescheduled boards involve the Council. DO NOT GIVE UP! Justin_Fraser also had some excellent information as well.

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      scdesiree 7 years ago

      i have a question..ARE THEY NOW ACCEPTING GIRLS TO BE AN EAGLE SCOUT?thank you,i'm waiting for your answers..

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      i haven't experience going on board of review..i'm going to take it next year..that's why,i'm researching for some tips on how to pass the bpard of review..thanks for some advice here in your page!hope to pass the BOR..

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      @scdesiree: Sorry, no.

      BSA's Boy Scout program is only for male youth.

      BSA's Venturing program is co-ed,but they have their own awards and recognitions.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Im about to go to my Eagle Scout BOR in a few hours. Ive been looking over this for about 15 min now, i also looked at it a week ago. I think im ready for it but i get so nervous :/ I hope i can keep my composure and pass. Wish me luck :D

      Ill come back and let you know how it goes, If i remember lol.

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      JustinFraser1 7 years ago

      @anonymous: Good Luck! Let us know how it goes.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Hey Thank you for this, I'm about to go for my BOR actually in about an hour and I was getting a little worried, but I think this was pretty helpful so thanks.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Passed Easily, Thanks again.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Yup, passed it. Thanks for the article, helped a lot.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I really appreciate this web page. I have my Eagle Scout Board of Review tomorrow and I needed some tips. I am confident I will pass, however, a few tips are always helpful in a stressful situation, such as this.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I appreciate your time doing this for all up coming Eagle Scouts. My son is going March 11th for his board. Please pray for him he is very nervous. I know he will do great! It has been a long road and can't wait to see the end! To all of you who are Eagles, congrats, to all you future Eagles Be Proud yet humble! This is a true honor!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Hey your advice helped me a lot today. I want to say thank you because you helped me earn my Eagle rank tonight.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Dude thank you sooo much! This is really helping me prepare for my BOR! All of the info here is really useful and i am completely confident that i will pass tonight!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      This website is a big help!!! My board is tomorrow and this helped give me an idea of what to expect!!! Thank you very much!!!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      As a ASM and sitting on your Eagle BOR let me share this... lay back and chill! Let the answers roll as if you were having a conversation with an old friend....actually you are, we have all been in that seat and we ALL worked to get you into "that" chair!! Be happy you are there, we are! Life is next...You are one step ahead of everyone else, along with your Eagle brethren!!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      A lot of the questions in here i would have never thought that they would ask. It got me to think about different things in scouting that i have completely forgotten. Im not sure when my BOR is but it will be sometime soon. thanks again

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Just a reminder to others. Some councils dislike having to ask "why?". Always give a full answer. One word answers are disliked greatly.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Hey, I just passed my Eagle Board of Review tonight! I just wanted to say thanks for putting this page together. It feels great to have finally achieved this outstanding rank. The questions really prepared me for the meeting. Just by reading through the questions, I was able to remember significant moments in my past scouting years which I had forgotten. Some questions that I was asked in my EBOR: Why do I want to become an Eagle Scout? Favorite and least favorite merit badges? Possible career inspirations from completing particular merit badges? Most difficult task in completing my Eagle Project? What would I change to make my troop better for future scouts? How will I give back to scouting in general?

      Once again...thanks for the article!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I passed!!!!!@ This website was such a huge help for me. An Eagle Board of Review is kind of like english class, as long as you have a statement to support your answer you should do fine! :) Good luck to all you life scouts and thanks again!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Wow! I am 51 and recently had my Eagle Board of Review! I have been in Scouts since I was 10 years old - 1969. Due to circumstances beyond my control I was unable to have an Eagle B.o.R. back when I completed it. Then life took over and a lot of time passed. Over the years I have helped many boys prep for their own B.o.R. but when it came to my own I was a nervous wreck! Thank you very much for this website and the help it gave me. The Team that held my B.o.R. were wonderful as well.

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      Jacksplat 5 years ago

      Just wanted to say thanks for the valuable information that you provided. My son who is 13 sat for his Review Board last night. I held several mock interviews with him so by the time he got to the review board he wasn't nervous a bit (but of course I was). He passed~

      Thanks again for helping others along this trail!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      well i haven't had my board yet but will on june 9th im fairly confident ill get it especially since its been my goal since i was a tiger about 13 years ago

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Thanks for the wonderful sample questions. Everything on this list was asked to a degree at my Eagle Board of Review. God and this list helped me pass the Board of Review.

      Thanks again.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Awesome point. That really ticks them off when they have to ask why.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      The list of questions on this site were literally the exact questions on the sheets my Reviewers had. I actually had to stop myself from answering questions immediately to make it seem like I had to think about them, when really I already was thinking about the answers because of this site! This is a great resource if you are nervous about your board of review.

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      Violin-Student 5 years ago

      My Eagle Board of Review was in October, 1968. My Court of Honor was February 1, 1969. The chairman of the board of review was the counselor for my very first merit badge. I guess the gentleman kept notes on the boys he reviewed (or he had an incredible memory), so he remembered a whole lot more about me than I ever imagined. All in all it was a lot less scary once I answered my first question!

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      BoyScoutPopcorn 5 years ago

      @Jacksplat: I also earned my Eagle when I was 13. A lot of people say that's too young, but it's a lot more fun to be an Eagle and can just enjoy all the activities. My parents say I still have to work on things like merit badges and leadership, but that's ok. Some of them are fun, too.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I loved this lens! A topic after my own heart - my son is an Eagle Scout and I just want to say congratulations to all of you who made it or will soon make it - I know what an amazing journey you had to take to get there. My husband and I were leaders the entire way and loved every minute of it. We miss being involved so will probably become involved again very soon in some capacity. The BSA is the greatest Youth organization in the world!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I go tonight for my Board of Review, and I am much more confident after reading this page!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I went to Board of review few days ago.

      This page really helped me a lot, but I fumbled in some questions...

      I came to united states few years ago, but I know its not an excuse that I could not sing the full national anthem and they just happened to ask it the first time I went in, and my confidence just crumbled afterwords.

      Well for future people, don't be so nervous and don't be like what I did and just stand there looking nervous but look confident throughout even if you can't answer the question fully.

      Recommened that you perticipate in all your scouting activities even if you have a reason to miss it since they did not like fact that I had to miss few summer camps, and study your handbook thoroughly so that even if you become very nervous, you can still answer your questions instead of just thinking about "Oh, No... I can only remember half of this".

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Going for my Board of Review tomorrow night. Thanks for the tips. Really made me less nervous.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I have my Eagle Board of Review tomorrow night. This site seems to have helped, but I'll let you know how it goes!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Got my eagle a week ago. Everybody told me to come here and "study up". I didn't and still got the eagle. This site is a waste of cyberspace, the Eagle Board of Review isn't a test of your boy scout knowledge, its a character test. They ask you questions about YOU, and i havnt seen a single thing on this sight about me at all.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I don't know how to answer your post. This is an informational site not a personal biography about you. With your response you should really consider if you are truly an Eagle Scout.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I used your information to prepare my 2 of my sons for their Eagle Boards and they both passed. Your questons are right in line with what was asked. My boys were less nervous because they felt prepared.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I am going for my Eagle tonight, thanks for the help

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      going for my eagle tomorrow. thanks a lot

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i just got back from my eagle scout board of review and i couldn't have done it without this page. All of your practice questions were spot on to the ones i was asked in my board of review.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I go for mine tonight. I hope these will help me.

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      JustinFraser1 5 years ago

      @anonymous: How did it go?

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      JustinFraser1 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Awesome! That's great to hear. I'm glad this page was helpful.

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      JustinFraser1 5 years ago

      @anonymous: This is great to hear. It's been a few years now since my Board of Review and I'm glad this is still relevant.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Heading out for mine in a few minutes. This page really helped me prepare. Will let you know how it goes!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Success! I really appreciate the help!

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      JustinFraser1 5 years ago

      @anonymous: Great! Congratulations

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Getting ready for mine in a week! Soooo pumped

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I have mine this Tuesday, so ready for it!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Success!!! Good post, helped a bit... I passed with flying colors!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I received my Eagle in 1965. I have been asked to sit on the Eagle Board of Review for the son of close friends of ours which is tonight; and this is the first time I have ever sat on an Eagle BOR. Of course I want to be prepared, so I accessed this site to know what kinds of questions to ask. Thanks. J.J. Austin, Tx 4/9/2012

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I've got my Eagle Board of Review tomorrow evening. I should be great, but this post was a great help. I should pass with flying colors.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      oh boy im working on my project right now and im soo excited, thanks for these great tips!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i sorta failed... One guy had a heart attack and i had to get rescheduled. not good...

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      My BOR is tonight. Thanks for the great tips! Wish me luck everyone!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This was a great guide, i recognized all of the questions that they asked me from one of the links at the bottom and this was great preparation. Thanks!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      im going for my BOR tonight. these tips have helped me to prepare... thank you

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      thanks so much man im gonna take mine in about a week n this was so good n i love the video at the end it was amazing. Thanks

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Going for my Board of Review tonight. So nervous, but this helped

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Got my BOR tonight. Thanks for the help.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Got mine board tommrow . Thank you so much.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      mine is tonight im a little nervous

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      My Board of Review is in an hour, very nervous! I hope don't stumble over my own words

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Mines tonight, pretty confident though. If you really deserve eagle then these answers should already be known to you and easy to tell to the board.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I got my BOR Wednesday night, I hope I pass with flying colors.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i have a BOR wednesday night at 7:00 and i really think that I am ready but it is still so nerve racking

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Same story here, good luck!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have a board of review Thursday at 6.. Nervous!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i have my BOR tonight at 8

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      my board of review is tonight at 6, this has been very helpful! Thanks!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Board of Review is two weeks from tonight. I feel ready for the board of review, but appreciate being able to digest this material. Troop 842 - Coppell, Tx

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      My board of review is coming up this coming Tuesday. This article was exceptionally useful, my thanks!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      got my BOR in a few hours hope i do well! very helpful though

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      my boyfriend just passed his BOR tonight!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      My BOR is tonight, thanks for the video

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      My BOR is tomorrow. Thanks for the tips!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have my Eagle Board next week. Thank you very much for the tips.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      my BOR is tonight, by looking at the comments it seems as though this site helps tremendously. I hope it works for me too!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      my BOR is tomorrow! thanks for the info!

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      baseballchris46 4 years ago

      I remember my board of review. It was interesting because I had already started college but, I was treated like an adult as opposed to being treated as a kid like you are for many of the other boards of review that you pass through. Being an Eagle scout was one of the top parts of my life so far. That is partially why I too have created a lens about becoming an Eagle Scout. Great Job

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have not gone through my board of review yet, but went through my scoutmaster conference. In the scoutmaster conference I picked up a good tip. When you are talking about leadership try avoiding using "I." Instead use "we," because it shows that you are a team.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      going in for my Board tomorrow. wish me luck? :D this was really helpful. thanks!

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I go for my Eagle Board of Review tomorrow! I think I am pretty well prepared after spending most of my night on this site! Thanks for the help and tips!!

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      Going to my eagle board of review. Wish me luck

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      board of review tomorrow

      i am 13

      nervous

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I have mine on Tuesday. I've never been this excited and nervous all at the same time

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I'm literally sitting in the room next to my where my board is, waiting for them to call me in. This website helps tremendously! Thank you!

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      JustinFraser1 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Good luck Yard! You got this!

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      Thank you Jason this was very helpful wish me luck

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      Evan Gill 2 years ago from Minnesota, United States

      Just passed my Eagle Scout board of review tonight, your article helped me out a lot.

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      Anonymous 14 months ago

      Is it possible to pass an eagle board without your sash with your merit badges i missed place all of mine

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      james gillam 9 months ago

      About to head out to mine, but i used this cite and i feel more confident then ever, thank you, and i really appreciate the help. I will update and see what happens though.

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      Christopher K 5 months ago

      Thanks, this page is very helpful. My board of Review is tonight. Wish me luck!

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      Peggy 3 months ago

      I am trying to figure out if my son needs to wear the sash of merit badges for the BOR. For those of you who did the BOR, did you wear your sash? Thank you!

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      Brian 2 months ago

      This was very well made! Thanks!

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