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6 Common Mistakes Done In Psychology

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Psychology is the thing where many aspirants get trapped. Practice, gaining social experience and a bit mind acceleration can make the task easier. Psychology is all about describing yourself over pages drawing your character and personality with your own hand. The outcomes are in your hand. It’s you who decide your selection, not the SSB panel. Candidates make some silly mistakes while attempting the psychology test what reduces their chances of selection.

  1. Handwriting not up to the mark – Psychology never completely depends on handwriting. But it partially does. A readable handwriting is required during this part of the tests. Good ideas scripted in worst letters evaluates personality traits. Candidates must practice for improving handwriting to a level where the reader can grab the idea that the candidate wants to convey.
  2. Copied Ideas – A trend is in fission that candidates get stick to the experiences of other repeaters and recommended candidates copying their ideas. What if psychologist gets the same response of a problem from many people? It results in the partial disqualification. Don’t copy; rather frame your own ideas and perception. A genuine one is always selected in SSB.
  3. Violating Rules – Rules matter a lot during SSB schedule. One must stick to them in order to flow in streamline as expected by the SSB selection panel. Some common rules violated by the candidates are writing after officer announces to stop writing, writing on the place in sheet where writing is prohibited.
  4. Focus on Quantity – Generally candidates have a race and competition for the number of WAT and SRT attempted. Don’t get into the blind race of quantity. Whatever you do, do with your best. If you have done 35-45 SRTs and 50-55 WAT in good, proper and required form, then it is sufficient for your selection and if someone claims to have attempted 60 SRTs and 60 WATs, then he would have done those with a quality less manner or is bluffing to demoralize other candidates.6 Common Mistakes Done In Psychology
  5. Mind Your Sequence – Keep your mind clear and open. Major problem with WAT is the candidates miss the sequence of words leading to confusion. The Candidates must focus on word grab the related idea. Paying attention to the screen and beep can avoid the occurrence of this problem. Skipping any word in the sequence is not a problem, but changing sequence due to it can cause a problem.
  6. Neglecting the Mainstream – It happens many times that candidates neglect the minor thing in TAT and in SRTs. Candidates make stories that are either irrelevant or does not include all the things provided or shown. For TAT sufficient time is given for every observing every picture. Still, candidates waste it by starting writing in it rather than observing the picture and framing a good and effective story. Similarly, candidates skip some minor things in SRTs in the fight against time that leads to an incomplete response of the candidates. Candidates are advised to observe the picture carefully and read the SRT thoroughly to get the perfect image of what is being asked and what the picture is conveying.

 

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Conclusion

Candidates must focus on these points and eradicate these mistakes. Practice, preparation and punctuality (time effected responses) must be taken into consideration to get the perfect outline of an officer on the sheet of psychology.

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Ravinder Tanwarhttps://ssbcrack.com/
A resident of Jaipur. I am a KVian who is passionate to join Indian Defense Force. I started giving SSB from NDA. After completing my B.Tech in 2012, currently I am working as a Software Engineer in Jaipur in a private company, but the passion is still alive in my soul.
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