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*Please view the following video from the New Jersey State Police Maritime Security Initiative prior to coming to class:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2jYtU9CpcEA


The following items must be presented to your Instructor/Proctor - All paperwork will be collected at the conclusion of the exam:

**Your Mask
It must cover your nose and mouth

**Printed copy of your Boat-Ed or BoaterExam Online Course Completion Certificate, we will collect it,

**TWO self addressed, stamped envelopes - one for your temporary certificate, one for your permanent certificate         (TWO envelopes per household)  By complying with CDC guidelines, we will be employing a contact free process, Translation, we cannot issue your temporary boat safety certificate on the day of the exam. After waiting the CDC recommended time before handling paperwork, we will be mailing your pink, temporary Boat Safety Certificate that will be valid for one year from the date of issue. The second envelope will be for you to receive your permanent boat safety certificate that will be issued to you from The New Jersey state police.

**Proctored Exam Fee: 
                   $50 per Student (Starting 8/1/20 $50/student)
                   Cash: Exact change required
                   Check: Payable to: Boat Safe US, LLC
                   ***We do not accept credit cards***

**Pen and pencil


**A hard surface to write on, such as a clipboard or hard cover book The state police form that you will be filling out is a three-part form that will require you to press hard to make sure your writing is getting to the third copy.

This is the pink copy and will be your temporary boat safety certificate.


**Photo ID with Date of Birth
              or Photo ID and a state issued document with date of Birth
You’ll display this with your window rolled up so we can get a close look at it and at you! We will be comparing the date of birth on your photo ID with the date of birth on your certificate of completion. So if you have tinted front windows, we recommend you bring another vehicle!