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You have registered yourself for Perception Test for your "Getting Started With Mentoring" Module. Here are the questions to assess yourself. Results will be made known only to you and our project's assessors, who will keep all your information and results at utmost confidential and never share them with third parties.

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The i-Mentor Project Team

1. Which of the following definition(s) is the most accurate to define mentoring?

a) A relationship to share ideas
b) A collaborative and reciprocal Relationship base on a commitment
c) A therapy
d) A relationship that obliges discipline

2. Which one of the choices below gives the definition of e-mentoring correctly

a) Its is a traditional form of mentoring
b) It is a computer mediated mentoring relationship
c) A relationship based on email communication
d) It is a relationship based on e-learning

3. Which one of the choices gives one of the benefits of mentoring

a) Obligation to a discipline which drive the mentee to a rigorous implementation of the mentoring plan
b) Learning from someone with a different background and perspective
c) Regular feedback on mentee’s performance
d) Increase adrenaline in discussion with mentor

4. Which one of the choices gives one of the benefits of e-mentoring

a) Faster development of relationship online than in face-to-face modality
b) It does not require online ethics and netiquette
c) Minimizes the scheduling and geographic concerns associated with face-to-face mentoring relationships/programs
d) Mentor and mentee use only asynchronous communication

5. Which of the following conditions are NOT crucial for making mentoring a success?

a) A good match between mentor and mentee
b) A mentor who is experienced in advising people
c) Clear goals and expectations
d) A motivated mentor

6. Which of the following sentences indicate a mentor approach?

a) The topic of the conversation is not always predetermined. Meetings between both parties are usually aimed at finding answers and solutions to questions and problems that are indicated by the guided person
b) I am an expert in the field of guiding personal and professional change of people
c) This relationship is limited in time and can be top-down applied depending on the setting
d) The content of the conversation is determined by pre- defined goals. These goals are listed and discussed at the start of the conversation

7. Which of the following words is NOT linked to mentoring?

a) Evaluating
b) Sharing
c) Long-term
d) Not hierarchical

8. Which of the following tasks can be a task for a mentor?

a) Giving feedback on the behavior of the employee
b) Hiring new people
c) Controlling if the employee has the right skills
d) Making the match between a job and the employee

9. Before getting start with mentoring, it’s important to…

a) To draft SMART goals
b) To draft a business plan
c) Evaluate the need of such support by posing specific questions to yourself
d) To complete an agreement

10. When is it the time to close a mentoring relationship

a) When the business starts to make a profit
b) When there are differences between mentor and mentee
c) A mentoring relationship never ends
d) When SMART goals are achieved, and you don’t need specific support

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