Time Management

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This test has 12 questions.

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1. Which of the following is not defined in the acronym "SMART goals"?

  a. Specific

  b. Measurable

  c. Attainable

  d. Realistic

  e. Intelligent


2. A specific short-term goal may be to start strength training. A long term goal may be easing the symptoms of arthritis, improving balance, or controlling your weight.

  a. True

  b. False


3. By breaking down larger tasks into smaller, you will find each task easier to keep track of and achieve.

  a. True

  b. False


4. Ben Franklin was the perfect example of someone who did not manage and prioritize tasks well as quoted in this course.

  a. True

  b. False


5. One of the measures of a manager is the ability to distinguish the important from the urgent, to refuse to be tyrannized by the urgent, to refuse to be managed by the crises.

  a. True

  b. False


6. Important and urgent are not synonyms. Important is not necessarily Urgent. Urgent is not necessarily important.

  a. True

  b. False


7. Einstein believed that time was not relevant to the observer.

  a. True

  b. False


8. The best definition of Attainable is "a goal that can be achieved within the specified time frame."

  a. True

  b. False


9. The best definition of Timely is "what you are willing and able to do."

  a. True

  b. False


10. The best definition of Measurable is "something that can be checked and measured."

  a. True

  b. False


11. The best definition of Specific is "thinking about what you will need to do."

  a. True

  b. False


12. The best definition of Realistic is "what you are willing and able to do."

  a. True

  b. False