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CUPID'S QUIZ!

Hello future cupid! Thank you for taking the time to partake in this assessment portion of the interview process.

Below is a bundle of matchmaking scenarios and general inquiries not entirely uncommon to what you can expect as a Chief Matchmaker.

You are not meant to know all the answers, nor submit a perfect response. Since intuition plays a major role in this job, we want you to handle the scenarios in a way that feels intuitive, natural and right to you.

Overall, this quiz is for us to get a general idea of the way you operate, think and write. Allow your personality to shine through, and if/when in doubt, try not to overthink your answers.

Also, this is an open-book quiz! Use our website as a resource to your advantage. Here are the direct links to Matchmaking info on our website:

General info: www.dashingdate.com/vis-a-vis-matchmaking
Pricing info: www.dashingdate.com/vis-a-vis-matchmaking/membership-details
Blind Date Candidates: www.dashingdate.com/vis-a-vis-matchmaking/blind-date-candidate

Lastly, please make sure to keep a copy of your responses. We suggest going through the scenarios and questions and using a Word document to record your answers, then copy and paste them here. We would hate for you to put in so much time and effort and something glitches out.

 

Here we go...

  • Scenarios

    How would you handle these common scenarios?
  • You're in communication with a speed dater who you feel is a great match for your client. They have been responsive for the last couple of weeks and even excited about the opportunity! You're waiting for their matchmaking questionnaire to come in. Your antsy because your client has been waiting a long time for a date. You have followed up with the speed dater twice by text message and one by email - no response. It's been 10 days since you're last communication with them and you're client has just checked in. You need to send the speed dater a final email. What would you write?
  • You're in communication via text with a speed dater who you feel is a great match for your client. They answered you right away and are intrigued by the idea of meeting your client! You send them a link to the website to learn more about how it works and they respond with... "I'm not comfortable not seeing a photo beforehand... sorry!". What do you text back?
  • You're in communication with a speed dater who you feel is a great match for your client and you're in the final stages of setting up their date. They have submitted their questionnaire, they have expressed their enthusiasm and they have even confirmed their availability for the time of the date! You send them them the final email with the payment details (it's time for them to pay the $65 date fee) and they respond with: "Actually, I thought about it and I'm not comfortable paying to meet someone, sorry for the inconvenience." How would you handle this situation and how would you respond to them?
  • You're in communication with a speed dater who you feel is a great match for your client and you're in the final stages of setting up their date. They have submitted their questionnaire, they have expressed their enthusiasm and they have even confirmed their availability for the time of the date! You send them them the final email with the payment details (it's time for them to pay the $65 date fee) and they respond with: "Oh! I didn't know I had to pay anything. Sorry, I'm not interested." How would you handle this situation and how would you respond to them?
  • You're in the final stages of setting up a date for 2 clients. Both have paid and the date is in just a couple of days. One of the clients emails you and says: "I'm so sorry but I won't be able to go on the date this week. I had starting dating someone and things just got serious... I wouldn't feel comfortable. I'm sorry for the inconvenience, I would like a refund." How would you handle this situation and how would you respond to them?
  • The date has just taken place and your client is unhappy with the experience. You receive an email saying: "This was not a good date. I don't feel that my preferences were taken into account this time, Mark did not match anything I was looking for, it was awkward, we had nothing to talk about and I did not find him attractive. Pretty disappointed with this one... especially after the last few were go great." How would you handle this situation and how would you respond?
  • You receive an email that says "Hi there! I am interested in signing up as a matchmaking client. Can you tell me how it works?" How would you respond?
  • You receive an email that says: "Hi there! I am interested in signing up for this service. What's the difference between a matchmaking client and a Blind Date Candidate?" How would you respond?
  • Bio Creation

    Using the bio template and client questionnaires provided to you via email, please write our your proposed client bios in this section.