Self –Description In SSB Interview
In the psychology test of SSB you are required to write your self-description, which includes the opinions of parents, teachers, friends as well as your own. Often in interview questions as given below get asked:
- How would your best friend describe you?
- How would your boss describe you?
SSB aspirants should go prepared with what to write in their self-description so that it can be written well and quickly in the test and questions can be answered well without trying to think too hard during the SSB. Self-description will be unique to every individual. However, a sample self-description of a candidate is given below to guide SSB aspirants on the subject.
My parents know that I am honest, responsible and independent. They appreciate my concern for them and my younger brother’s well- being. They appreciate my being confident and competent in academics as well as extra-curricular activities. They are confident that I will have a good future and bring a good name to the family. At times, they feel that I tend to be a little over- confident and advise me to stay grounded.
My teachers considered me disciplined, punctual and respectful. They found me bright, responsible and an all-rounder. They believed that I could carry out any responsibility given to me with full enthusiasm. As such, I was appointed the Head- girl. They sometimes advised me to be less talkative. They feel that I will have a bright career.
My manager and team take me as responsible, helpful, hardworking and dedicated. They appreciate my zeal to keep learning as also accepting my faults and improving upon them.
My friends know that I am lively, helpful and totally trustworthy. They consult me about their various problems. They like my company. They feel I can adapt to any situation. They like me for my commitment. They appreciate my being focused on my career. They advise me not to trust people too easily.
I am a responsible daughter, trustworthy friend and reliable worker. For me, my work is worship. I am helpful to my friends as well as colleagues. In difficult times, I prefer to stay calm and resolve the problems.
Aspects I would like to Improve
I think I did not done justice to my academic potential in my school and college. I have resolved to rectify this aspect now. I need to improve my physical fitness as well as general awareness and have been working on the issues with reasonable success.