* 1. Which of the following are required to be a Troop Cookie Manager (select all that apply):

* 2. Which of the following are required for a girl to be loaded into eBudde and Digital Cookie (select all that apply):

* 3. Once Troop Cookie Managers (TCM) and girls have completed the requirements, they are loaded into eBudde manually by the GSNETX cookie team.  If a TCM or girl completes all requirements at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, when will they be loaded into eBudde?

* 4. What is the earliest date that girls may start taking orders for cookies?

* 5. As TCM, if a troop would like to pick-up cookies during the Initial Order (IO) Pickup window (January 12, 2018 – January 14, 2018), their TCM must submit the troop’s Initial Order between:

* 6. If a troop does not submit an initial order by the due date, what is the first date they may pick-up cookies from the warehouse:

* 7. When placing the troop’s initial order, if the troop has girl and booth cookies ordered in package quantities of: 30 Thin Mints, 28 Samoas, 12 Savannah Smiles, 12 Dosidos, 12 Trefoils, 24 Tagalongs, 6 Toffee-tastic, 24 S’mores

The troop’s initial order will be submitted as:

* 8. How is a troop’s Per Girl Average (PGA) calculated in eBudde?

* 9. A troop placed an initial order of 2,016 packages and all of these cookies were ordered under booth cookies in eBudde.  There are 8 girls listed under the troop in eBudde. What initial rewards will the girls receive?

* 10. For troops who submit an initial order on time, when can they select their delivery slots?

* 11. What types of transactions require that receipts be issued and who is responsible for issuing the receipt? Select all that apply.

* 12. If a troop ordered too many cookies, what are they not allowed to do?

* 13. When are payments due to GSNETX?

* 14. What entries are TCMs responsible for entering in eBudde starting on January 12, 2018, and where do you enter them? Select all that apply.

* 15. What determines if a girl is listed as "selling" in eBudde?

* 16. How does a troop receive approval to sell at a council organized booth sale location?

* 17. A parent in the troop is good friends with a manager at a local restaurant and would like to set up a booth sale for their Girl Scout.  To set up a booth sale they are required to:

* 18. Which of the following booths would not be approved in eBudde? Select all that apply.

* 19. What are the steps a TCM is required to take to close out their troop’s participation in the cookie program, in the order that they should be completed?

* 20. What are the consequences for a girl who has an outstanding funds report (OFR) filed against her that remains unpaid after the final GSNETX payment deadline. Select all that apply.

* 21. GSNETX encourages Girl Scouts to write their own message within which they share their cookie goal and what their troop plans to do with the funds they earn. Per the social media guidelines which of the choices below is allowed:

* 22. A TCM has returned home from the warehouse and finds that she does not have the same quantity of cases that is listed on her warehouse receipt.  She is short 3 cases of Thin Mints.  What should the TCM have done differently? 

* 23. In the situation above, what should the TCM do now? Select all that apply.

* 24. A troop has a booth sale tomorrow, they are running low on cookies, and the warehouse is closed. What should they do?

* 25. A new troop forms in January 2018 - it is not too late for them to participate!  The volunteers and girls are all registered and ready to get started. The TCM has completed the TCM agreement and assessment and been loaded into eBudde.  The girls' parents have completed parent permission forms and are also loaded into eBudde.  The troop also just opened their bank account and received Family Guides and Order Cards from their Service Unit Cookie Coordinator.  What should they do next?

* 26. Once a TCM selects the troop's delivery time slots in eBudde, they should:

* 27. A troop is preparing to close out their cookie season in eBudde.  One girl has not yet paid the troop, but the parent has promised to pay a couple of days after the GSNETX final due date.  The TCM should:

* 28. A girl in the troop requested and received 600 packages of $4 cookies.  Her balance due is $2,400.  So far, she has paid $2,000, but her parent has informed the TCM she will not be able to pay the remaining $400 in time as she has not sold all of her cookies.  The TCM is filing an outstanding funds report.  What should the TCM do now? Select all that apply.

* 29. What are all of the elements REQUIRED at a Girl Scout cookie booth? (select all that apply.)

* 30. What does the GSNETX Cookie Team want you to do this season? Select all that apply.

* 31. Please complete the following information to confirm your assessment:
(Email address must match the email address submitted on your TCM Agreement, or it will impact being loaded into eBudde)

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