Service Selection Board Selection Experience: Part-2- Psychology test

This article is provided by my student Mr. Rajinder Singh Virk for the benefit of others.

Psychology test:

This test is conducted in day-2. This testing forms an integrated and indispensable part of SSB testing. It gives a complete overview of ones thoughts and his thinking capabilities, it gives a clear view to evaluator about ones personality and the qualities being possessed by the individual.

In this test, all the candidates who have been screened in for stage-2 are called in a hall and a dozier is given to them.

Following are the tests which are done with them:

1.Picture perception test (PPT): Continue reading “Service Selection Board Selection Experience: Part-2- Psychology test”

Service Selection Board Selection Experience: Part-1

Note: This article is provided by my student Mr. Rajinder Singh Virk for the benefit of others. He has recently passed through the selection process. Thanks and all the best to him. I will present this article as given by him :

Day- 1: Screening:

It is a very evaluative and comprehensive test designed to judge your creativity and observational skills. It is the first test and forms the testing stage-1.

In this test, a picture which is blurred enough is displayed and we have to frame a story on it, depending upon your thoughts and observation for it. In this test one gets around 30 seconds to see the picture and 30 minutes to write a story on it. After the story has been written, 10 minutes would be allotted to each candidate by the evaluating officers for discussion and narration of the stories and concluding to a common group story after discussion. After a healthy discussion, a team leader chosen by candidates themselves would narrate the group story.

Points to be kept in mind: Continue reading “Service Selection Board Selection Experience: Part-1”