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How To Perform Well In Screening Round of SSB?

SSB is a five day process but only for some. Everyone who goes there after the shortlist is not lucky enough to encounter the pride for five days. There is a screening process where majority of elimination takes place and aspirants are sent back on the very first day itself. So I would request aspirants to gear up and prepare well for the first day so that they can also see the full five day stint at the battlefield namely SSB, where you need to revisit your life and the journey would be facilitated along with the assessors. Also the people who get the opportunity to spend five days are lucky as they area changed personality once they move out of that place and that change is permanent and brings a change in thought process that can affect whole of the life. I have personally seen different variety of people changing and speaking in different form once they come back.

How To Perform Well In Screening Round of SSB

So it’s of utmost importance that you should be gear up for performing better on the first day so as to save yourself from elimination. The following tips might help and would facilitate movement in next rounds if sincerely followed:
  • Don’t take aptitude lightly and keep regular practice of it. I know it’s easy, but why to take risk. I have seen people preparing for big exams like CAT and other such high level exams getting rejected on the very first day just because of over confidence. So maintain you pace in this area.
  • Next thing to keep in mind is that you should spend a lot of time in self-introspection so as to build up appropriate psychology as needed in the SSB. Don’t start in the last moment and then nothing could be achieved. So start early and build it as PPDT is judged that way only.
  • Your stories written in PPDT round are the first exposure to officers which proves whether you have it in you or not. So the story should be a perfect match and replica of your personality and even the slight mismatch would lead to rejection at this stage or later in psychology.
  • Next is individual narration which shows how you are and what you have. It should be practiced well and the narration in front of officers should be flawless.
  • Then is the GD, where you need to come to consensus and should prove your behaviour in a team. How to do well in GD has been covered in other topics and articles written by me
    PPDT and Screening Test
Body language in such an exercise is very important and I would deal it in a separate article. Also remember that if story and individual narration is proper half the battle is won in this round. Learn and practice well. Still If you have any confusion or feel to take individual assessment of personality for olq’s or prepare from your place itself through one to one interaction through my mentoring / counselling program drop me a mail at jayendrapsingh@gmail.comor add me on Fb and drop in a message. It would be a pleasure to help the future officers that are getting ready to safeguard my motherland. 

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Jayendra Singh
Jayendra Singh
Jayendra Pratap Singh is an Alumnus of IIM Ranchi, specialized in Human Resource and is a die heart counsellor, advisor and mentor for defense aspirants. He was recommended in the first attempt for Indian navy UES entry and is willing to help aspirants to make use of his experience in this field.
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