SSB (Service Selection Board) is an organization that evaluates candidates for the Indian Armed Forces. This is how the Indian armed forces (army, navy, air force) get their potential officers. The SSB assesses the suitability of candidates using various scientific methods, TAT (Thematic Perception Test) is one of them. TAT helps assess candidates’ psychology. So, in this article, we’re going to see 11 tips that are really helpful for any defense contender.
Note: In TAT, a candidate writes 12 stories. Candidates have 30 seconds to see the picture and 04 minutes to write a story about each picture. The twelfth is a blank screen and you have to write each story from your own head.
Point 1: The first step is to properly analyze, for example, the background of the image – IMAGE 1
You can see from the picture that the background is either a classroom or an auditorium. So you should analyze what is happening in the picture. You need to see the setting of the picture, e.g. marketplace, shopping mall, bank, rural, etc..
Point 2: The second step is to closely observe the foreground and see the number of characters in the image as in picture 1; Five characters are there. Now is the time to see what they are doing / what they are doing.
Point 3: Now is the time to ask yourself which role is right for me. When you see in IMAGE 1, a person can become a listener or a speaker depending on what the person is thinking.
Point 4: The TAT allows 4 minutes to write a story, so a person is not allowed to write more than 10 lines about it. So you should be very specific about what you write.
Point 5: The story must be in the past tense and should be positive, constructive and not preconceived. The appraiser sees your mental strength as well as your imagination.
Point 6: You should be very precise when choosing characters. Do not write anything; For example, as you saw in picture 1, it can be seen in either the classroom or the classroom so be very specific and be clear about your thoughts.
Point 7: Introduce your main character in a line or two; The plot of your story consists of 5 or 6 lines, then you can explain the outcome of the story in two lines. The action you write should reflect some responsibilities and social attitudes.
Note: Never forget to write the results of the story.
Point 8: Your story conveys the idea of your positive or negative attitudes. Practice the stories before going to the SSB and analyzing yourself. Practice can help you get an idea of how much time it will take since you only have 4 minutes in SSB.
Point 9: Don’t portray the main character as an overly rewarding person. You can just write, “that your character is happy or satisfied from the work.“Never write that your character has received awards for what he has done; This shows that you are always looking for rewards.
Point 10: The most important thing in order not to cause the problem if it is not as shown in the picture is from Mall. Do not remember that a bomb is planted (avoid the unnecessary problem).
Point 11: After all, I would say that SSB is not a one-day task, but a lifestyle. If you are a positive and good person in real life, it will automatically be reflected in your stories. Therefore, one should memorize good habits and a healthy lifestyle in daily practice and always be positive.
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