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There's one that started in West Chester at the Stetson Middle School last Monday. No class this coming Monday 3/13, so it may not be too late if you don;t mind the drive. Covered chapters 1 & 2 last meeting. Basic info about hull types, motors, PDF's etc. Cost is $75, small class.
 

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It's so much easier going online and download the study topics from www.BoatUs.com and when your ready take the test.You need a 80% or better to pass. When you do pass you can copy your paper work right there at home or send 5 dollars to boatUS and they'll send you your certificate.There's one to be placed under glass and the other card for your wallet.This is a non-proctered valid NASBLA approved course.I'm 51 with no worries for a few years but now it's over with.Get it over with so you can catch fish.
 

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Atrful dodger...just remember for now, the non-proctored exams may not be accepted...especially if it says non-proctored righ on the card.

It says right in the site you posted...if you click on New Jerser...that the course MUST be a proctored course to be valid in NJ.

Did you note that????

but if you learned the material...when and if they ever just have a "go and take" test...then you may be all set up to go and take just the test.

[ 03-11-2006, 09:19 AM: Message edited by: Capt. Scott ]
 

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it says that at the bottom of boatus.com

The Online Boating Course is approved to meet the basic boater education requirements in certain states.
Be sure to check the regulations in your state. States such as KY, NY, NJ, PA, CT, RI, DE, KS, NH, MD, MN and others
do not accept this course for their education requirements.
 
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