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13 Golden Tips to Prepare for Situation Reaction Test

SSB stands for Service Selection Board, an organization responsible for selecting the future Armed Officers among desired candidates. The SSB interview consists of many rounds and tests a candidate must pass to be an officer. The interview is decided into two stages: Stage 1 and Stage 2. And the Situation Reaction Test comes in the 2nd stage of SSB. 

Being a complex test, the Situation Reaction Test needs attention, preparation, and attentiveness. So, today we will share some tips to prepare for your Situation Reaction test. 

What is a Situation Reaction Test?

The second stage of the SSB interview involves a Psychological Test and a Personal Interview round for every candidate. The psychological test consists of a long series of tests in which SRT is also in the 3rd position.  

As the name suggests, in SRT, students are given various conditions or situations in which they have to react and respond. And the objective of this test is to judge if a candidate has the capacity or skill to deal with odd situations or not. It also shows their attentiveness and solution-driven mind. 

13 Golden Tips to Prepare For Situation Reaction Test 

1. Your Answer Should Be Brief and Solution-Driven 

Always make sure that your answer is more solution-driven and brief. If you are answering to any situation, if your answer is not lengthy, there is no issue, but it must consist of a solution to the problem. Make sure that your solution consists of a brief sentence. 

2. Be More Realistic 

The more important thing for every candidate is to be realistic with their solutions. Write responses that you have prepared and did not think of instantly at the moment. For example, if a situation involves an accident or sudden health issue, do not write “I’ll take them to the hospital on my own,” as it is not a single person’s job. So make sure that you think twice before you give a solution. 

3. Keep It Short 

Nobody will read long sentences as they are very time-consuming and hard to understand. So make your answer short and crisp, which is easy to read. 

4. Drive Answers From The Given Situation 

Try not to bring out characters from outside the scenario. Involve people in the present scenario to make it more realistic and easy to access. 

5. Make Meaningful Sentences 

Try to give solutions that have some meaning or are relevant to the situation. Meaningful sentences will make a positive impact on people. 

6. Incomplete Sentences Are a NO 

For a better impact on the reader, try to use complete sentences. When you write incomplete sentences, it shows a lack of responsibility. In short, write short and cut-to-the-point answers. 

7. Write Answers In a Moderate Way 

Writing responses that show anger, shouting, or any other kind of harsh emotions will demonstrate your panic in front of everyone. Try to conduct a situation reaction that shows quiet and relaxed behavior. 

8. Show Your Moral and Ethical Side 

In all your responses, you must portray a character that shows moral and ethical values towards society and the victim of the situation. 

9. Manage Your Time Wisely 

Do not waste your time on one question, as it will lead to a waste of time. You have to be quick while answering with things that come to your mind instantly. You can always review if you have spare time in the end. 

10. Show Empathy

Being empathetic about the victim or people in the given situation will positively impact the reader. Think with your mind and heart by realizing the “feelings of others” and providing solutions accordingly. 

11. Be Quick With Your Answers 

It is ideal for giving limited time to one question while in a Situation Reaction Test. Giving excess time to one question will only lead to bad time management. So write whatever comes to your mind first and start the next one. 

12. Do Not Copy Responses 

The habit of picking someone else’s brain or checking other SSB aspirants’ responses is seen yearly during the interview. Try not to commit such mistakes and write genuine responses that you feel are correct for the given situation. 

13. Show OLQs Qualities While Writing Response 

While writing answers in SRT, always remember OLQs to make a good impression. Planning, initiative, improvisation, and decision-making are a few qualities used in SRTs. 

Shubhangee Sharmahttp://www,ssbtosuccess.com
I love portraying my imagination through my writings and like when people learn from my own perspective. I thrive to write and give a different meaning to the world through my eyes.

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