SSB Situation Reaction Test: SSB Interview Tips Part 3

How to Pass SSB Interview Situation Reaction Test?

Situation Reaction Test is conducted after a short break from the Word Association Test.
This test is similar to the Picture perception test in a bigger way with the point that no picture will be shown to you.

You will be given a question booklet where there will be a total of 60 questions. The total time for the test will be 30 minutes. So by doing the math you can understand that
60 questions - 30 minutes
2 questions – 1 minute.

How to Pass SSB Interview Situation Reaction Test?

Situation Reaction Test is conducted after a short break from the Word Association Test.
This test is similar to the Picture perception test in a bigger way with the point that no picture will be shown to you.

You will be given a question booklet where there will be a total of 60 questions. The total time for the test will be 30 minutes. So by doing the math you can understand that
60 questions - 30 minutes
2 questions – 1 minute.

So you should be able to complete each question in 30 seconds time.Try to do all 60 and remember that even if you are not able to do all 60 it would not affect your marks much. So be cool and try(only try ) to do all 60 questions. That will ensure that you will be able to do the maximum questions and top the grades of SSB.

What is the test about ?
The test will be about real life situations which you will have to face in real life. You are expected to write a response to the situation ( of how you will react to the situation if a similar occurrence comes up in your life.

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Be careful to note that all the response you write should end with you solving the problem and always be positive.

Another point to note here is the fact that always respond in sequence. Complete the questions one by one and then move on to the next. This will give an impression to the interviewer that you are consistent that you will respond to any situation with equal importance.

Write your response legibly . Just 2-3 lines will do the job.

This article is adapted from Situation Reaction Test

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