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After a Scout has completed the requirements for any rank or Eagle Palm, he appears before a board of review.
Its purpose is to determine the quality of his experience and decide whether he has fulfilled the requirements for the rank.
Youth observers are not permitted in boards of review for Boy Scouting advancement.
The Scout’s parents, relatives, or guardians should not be in attendance in any capacity—not as members of the board, as observers, or even as the unit leader. In cases where parents or guardians insist on attending a board of review, they should be counseled that their presence can change how their son addresses questions, and that the opportunity to further self-reliance and courage may be lessened.
It may help if the unit leader introduces the candidate, and if a few minutes are spent getting acquainted.
The unit leader may remain in the room, but only to observe, not to participate unless called upon.
A board of review must consist of no fewer than three members and no more than six, all of whom must be at least 21 years of age.