Mentor Program?

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Mentor Program?

Muddog7998 Muddog7998
Hey all,

I'm kinda confused at what this is for. I mean, obviously it's a "teacher-student" thing, but is it necessary, how does it help, and what is it for?
10/27/2010
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Sir Sir
It's not necessary, but it does help a lot! It's usually for help with navigating the site, writing more useful and helpful reviews, and basically a way to show the student around the community!
10/27/2010
Muddog7998 Muddog7998
I was roaming around the site, and I saw that a bunch of "students" graduate. I also saw that they have to write two reviews to graduate? Is there anything else, and how does it help with writing the reviews? Does the mentor just proof-read the reviews?
10/27/2010
Darling Jen Darling Jen
Mentor Program Info: For more information!

I see the mentor program not just as a way of writing better reviews and being helped by the people who know how. But as a way of learning about the EF community and around the site. You'll learn tips and tricks but also about contests that you might not have found on your own or have someone to go to when you have a question or don't know how something works.
10/27/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
The Mentor program is a fast track to becoming an advanced reviewer. Instead of writing 2 reviews and maybe getting voted in, you still write the two reviews and someone will help you ease into the site and learn the ins and outs.

Plus, you get 2 free products for your two reviews too.
10/27/2010
Gary Gary
Quote:
Originally posted by Muddog7998
Hey all,

I'm kinda confused at what this is for. I mean, obviously it's a "teacher-student" thing, but is it necessary, how does it help, and what is it for?
Having a Mentor puts you in a situation where you are directly in contact with someone who is more familiar with EF, the community, the review program, and writing reviews. So instead of bouncing around confused in some cases, you can ease into the community and the review program. Of course everyone is different and everyone likes to approach things differently. But, someone who wants to learn the ropes from a pro, the option is there.
10/27/2010
leatherlover leatherlover
I wish I would have known about the mentor program before I wrote my reviews, a few of mine could have been a lot better. However, for my next review I signed up with a mentor to make sure I do write a really good one. I have learned about some of the in's and out's of the site just by surfing around a lot.
10/27/2010
Beth D Beth D
I think if you feel like you might need a little help with your reviews, the Mentor Program is a great idea. I didn't use it myself but it never hurts to have a little extra help from someone more knowledgeable, right?
10/27/2010
Muddog7998 Muddog7998
thank you all for the help
10/29/2010
Lif3sambiguity Lif3sambiguity
try it out, and find out
11/06/2010
Shellz31 Shellz31
Quote:
Originally posted by Muddog7998
Hey all,

I'm kinda confused at what this is for. I mean, obviously it's a "teacher-student" thing, but is it necessary, how does it help, and what is it for?
I highly recommend it! I'm working with my second mentor and I don't want to leave the program.
11/08/2010
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