SRT-1 : Situation Reaction Test : Book 1 : Raahgeer SSB Guidance
- Introduction and approach to SRT
- Types of suitable responses with examples
- 3 x Sets of 90 Real Life Situations asked in SSB
- Suggested solutions for each Situation
- 180 x Displayed OLQs
SRT as per SSB Psychologist
A person can be expected to react in a particular manner when he is confronted with a situation as per his way of thinking. Over a period of time, our responses become accumulated in our subconscious mind and we react the way we have been conditioned. The way a person thinks and reacts thus shows his/her personality.
SRT has been designed to gauge your reactions to common real life situations and then analyse your personality. The situations are common as seen in your life and you think much and give the response which are exactly as per your personality.
These responses are then analysed against the OLQs specified for SSB and your positive and negative qualities are listed. Your recommendation or rejection is based on type and number of positive or negative qualities that you display in the test.