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My 10 year old son is ready for his hunter ed test . I was just wondering if he's required to take the test alone or do I get sit with him and help him? Any help would be appreciated. I also see that all of the classes are full, what would happen if I just showed up at one , would they turn the boy away?

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Parents sit with their kids at the class all the time.  If it will make him feel better than it's fine, just don't sit there and answer the questions for him.  

 

Kids usually do the best on the test because they take it more serious than adults.   

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I sat with my son when he was 10. No instructor will fault you for doing so.

 

Like said above just make sure you arrive with a completed workbook to the test.

 

When I was an instructor for the state, we always allowed walk ins, as the classes fill quickly this time of year.

 

Tell your son to relax and have fun! :up: No instructor I know ever makes this stressful for the youth hunters.

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