Thursday, March 12, 2009
Situation Reaction Test (SRT) :
In this test the candidates are issued with the booklet of containing around 60 situations to be answered in 30 minutes, which means one not to devote more than half a minute per one situation. The answer should be against the correct serial number. The space for each reaction is limited to three lines. Tips: 1.Be quick in reading the situation and writing your reaction. 2.Maintain a uniform speed right from the beginning, other wise your answering will be in complete. 3.think of the reaction before you write it. 4.Grasp the essential of the situation before you react. i.e., understand the situation. Even if there is some hidden meaning then alone your reaction will be correct. 5.You may use telegraphic language if the reaction is long. 6.It is not the length of the reaction but the substance conveyed that matters. 7.Do not challenge the situation but accept it and react. 8.Don’t be vague in your reaction. 9.Go through the tips of WAT also, which is applicable in this case. 10.Eye should be fast.