Tasawwur bhai.. whr r u? guidance required regarding PMS interview

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Tasawwur bhai.. whr r u? guidance required regarding PMS interview

Post by Virgo15 » Tue Mar 08, 2016 4:47 pm

Tasawwur bhai kahan gayb hen? u appeared in PMS 2015? cud'nt find ur name in the list... plz psychological or interview k bary me guide kren


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Post by Tasawar Bosal » Wed Mar 09, 2016 3:50 am

Congratulations to those who have a qualified the written part of PMS. It is indeed a an achievement qualifying this prestigious examination. You are among those who would be going to join the provincial civil service as Provincial Management Service Officers. I wish you best of luck for the further process of Psychological and Interview. As well as I am concerned I didn't appear this time. However, as I have the experience of qualifying both the previous pms examinations in 2012 and 2104 , I am all here , if I can be of any help regarding the further process .
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Post by Virgo15 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:31 am

tasawwur bhai... psychological assessment k liye kl 12 bjy call kia h ppsc ne.. plz guide kren k is test ka kya pattern hota h.. sara written hota h? mcqs hoty hen ya essay type? Qs current affairs pr based hoty hen? 200 me se is k b marks hoty hen kuch ya wo 200 sirf intervie k marks hen?

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Post by Tasawar Bosal » Wed Mar 09, 2016 12:16 pm

Those who are going to appear for psychological part of PMS need to keep certain things in mind.

First of all keeping in view the previous year's experience one can predict that there wouldn't be any rigorous psychological test this time either. Rather there would be some MCQs type questions assessing the major personality traits. That's why you shouldn't need worried even the least. As it has been heard that all the qualified ones have been called on the same day , it further makes sense that that there won't be lengthy process like css or the way it was in PMS 2012.

Secondly, while attempting those questions the following things have to be kept supreme.

First of all don't miss or skip any question. The time would be sufficient for attempting them all. Still if some questions remain unanswered due to shortage of time , it won't make significant damage. However, if some questions are skipped , it would make the statement that the person is shying away and is concealing the truth as the questions are clearly about you and nothing is there which you don't know about yourself.
Be mindful that you don't let contradiction come in. While answering the questions be very alert and answer the question by remembering the answers which you have already have given. Like, at one place you submit that that you are social person and at some other place the questions come that what would you prefer staying g at home or going with friends. Now here you should prefer going with friends so that the collective impression of being social person keeps on getting built. This is just one example. There would be certain other things also of the sort.
Then it would be highly advisable that one follows a moderate and progressive approach. One should, instead of being too straight forward, be manipulative. When it comes to religion, sect, minorities, ethnicities , provincialism, women rights , civil-military relations , governace and demicracy , party affiliation, political views and relation with neighbouring countries like India, Iran and Afghanistan and the ties with West and America , one should pose having moderate and progressive approach and should champion oneself of torelacne and peaceful coexistence.

One thing more which I would strongly recommend is not to waste money on visiting some psychologist or psychiatrist. It won't create any positive difference nor it is needed keeping in view the simple nature of PMS Psycholical.
Finally , I wish you best of luck for your glaring success and final selection.
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Post by Tasawar Bosal » Wed Mar 09, 2016 12:24 pm

My dear last time the psychological test was in this way that there were some 180 plus MCQs type questions were asked. Most probably thus time also the same pattern woukd be followed. Even the same set of questons may completely be repeated. Last time we were called in groups. I think we were called in groups of 50 each. And all of us were given the same questions and this process went for a week I guess. But pattern and the questions remained the same. Even for S. I or A. S. I also the same set of questions was used.
Here I am posting that set of questions. If they get repeated , it would be easier for you . But even if they don't get repeated in their original form , there would be lot of them getting repeated with slight change in the statement. So , in both the cases they would prove instrumental in making things somewhat familiar and easier for you.
Here is that set of questions.


1. I have the instructions for this test clearly in mind.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

2. I am ready to answer each question as truthfully as possible.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

3. I would rather have a house:
a. in a sociable suburb, b. in between, c. alone in the deep woods.

4. I can find enough energy to face my difficulties,
a. always, b. generally, c. seldom.

5. I feel a bit nervous o f wild animals even when they are in strong cages.
a. yes (true), b. uncertain, c. no (false).

6. I hold back from criticizing people and their ideas.
a. yes, b. sometimes, c. no.

7. I make smart, sarcastic remarks to people if I think they deserve it.
a. generally, b. sometimes, c. never.

8. I prefer semiclassical music to popular tunes,
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

9. If I saw two neighbors’ children fighting, I would:
a. leave them to settle it, b. uncertain, c. reason with them.

10. On social occasions I:
a. readily come forward, b. in between, c. prefer to stay quietly in the background.

11. It would be more interesting to be:
a. a construction engineer, b. uncertain, c. a writer of plays.

12. I would rather stop in the street to watch an artist painting than listen to some people having a quarrel.
a. true, b, uncertain, c. false.
13. I can generally put up with conceited people, even 'though they brag or show they think too well of themselves.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

14. You can almost always notice on a man’s face when he is dishonest
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

15. It would be good for everyone if vacations (holidays) were longer and everyone had to take them.
a. agree, b. uncertain, c. disagree.

16. I would rather take the gamble of a job with possibly large but uneven earnings, than one with a steady, small salary.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

17. I talk about my feelings:
a. only if necessary, b. in between, c. readily, whenever I have a chance.

18. Once in a while I have a sense of vague danger or sudden dread for masons that I do not understand.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

19. When criticized wrongly for something I did not do, I:
a. have no feeling of guilt, b. in between, c. still feel a bit guilty.

20. Money can buy almost everything,
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

21. My decisions are governed more by my:
a. heart, b. feelings and reason equally, c. head.

22. Most people would be happier if they lived more with their fellows and did the same things as others.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

23. I occasionally get puzzled, when looking in a mirror, as to which is my right and left.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

24. When talking, I like:
a. to say things, just as they occur to me, b. in between, c. to get my thoughts well organized first.

25. When something really makes me furious, I find I calm down again quite quickly.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

26. With the same hours and pay, it would be more interesting to be:
a. a carpenter or cook, b. uncertain, c. a waiter in a good restaurant.

27. I have been elected to:
a. only a few offices, b. several, c. many offices.

28. “Spade” is to “dig” as “knife” is to:
a. sharp, b. cut, c. point.

29. t sometimes can’t get to sleep because an idea keeps running through my mind.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

30. In my personal life I reach the goals I set, almost all the time.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

31. An out-dated law should be changed:
a. only after considerable discussion, b. in between, c. promptly.

32. I am uncomfortable when I work on a project requiring quick action affecting others.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

33. Most of the people I know would rate me as an amusing talker.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

34. When I see “sloppy,” untidy people, I:
a. just accept it, b. in between, c. get disgusted and annoyed.

35. I get slightly embarrassed if I suddenly become the focus of attention in a social group,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

36. I am always glad to join a large gathering, for example, a party, dance, or public meeting,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

37. In school I preferred (or prefer):
a. music, h. uncertain, c. handwork and crafts.

38. When I have been put in charge of something, I insist that my instructions are followed or else I resign.
a yes, b. sometimes, c. no.


39. For parents, it is more important to:
a. help their children develop their affections, b. in between, c. teach their children how to control emotions.

40. In a group task I would rather:
a. try to improve arrangements, b. in between, c. keep the records and see that rules are followed.

41. I feel a need every now and then to engage in a tough physical activity.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

42. I would rather mix with polite people than rough, rebellious individuals.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

43. I feel terribly dejected when people criticize me in a group.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

44. If I am called in by my boss, I:
a. make it a chance to ask for something I want, b. in between, c. fear I’ve done something wrong.

45. What this world needs is:
a. more steady and “solid” citizens, b. uncertain, c. more “idealists” with plans for a better world.

46. I am always keenly aware o f attempts at propaganda in things I read.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

47. As a teenager, I joined in school sports:
a. occasionally, b. fairly often, c. a great deal.

48. I keep my room well organized, with things in known places almost all the time.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

49. I sometimes get in a state of tension and turmoil as I think o f the day’s happenings.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

50. I sometimes doubt whether people I am talking to are really interested in what I am Saying,
a. yes, b. In between, c. no.

51. I f I had to choose, I would rather be:
a. a forester, b. uncertain, c. a high school teacher.

52. For special holidays and birthdays, I:
a. like to give personal presents, b. uncertain, c. feel that buying presents is a bit of a nuisance.

53. “Tired” is to “work” as “proud” is to:
a. smile, b. success, c. happy.

54. Which of the following items is different in kind from the others?
a. candle, b. moon, c. electric light.

55. I have been let down by my friends:
a. hardly ever, b. occasionally, c. quite a lot.

56. I have some characteristics in which I feel definitely superior to most people.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

57. When I get upset, I try hard to hide my feelings from others.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

58. I like to go out to a show or entertainment:
a. more than once a week (more than average), b. about once a week (average), c. less than once a week (less than average).

59. I think that plenty of freedom is more important than good manners and respect for the law.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

60. I tend to keep quiet in the presence of senior persons (people of greater experience, age, or rank).
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

61. I find it hard to address or recite to a large group.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

62. I have a good sense o f direction (find it easy to tell which is North, South, East, or West) when in a strange place.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

63. If someone got mad at me, I would:
a. try to calm him down, b. uncertain, c. get irritated.

64. When I read an unfair magazine article, I am more inclined to forget it than to feel like “hitting back.”
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

65. My memory tends to drop a lot of unimportant, trivial things, for example, names of streets or stores in town.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

66. I could enjoy the life of an animal doctor, handling disease and surgery of animals.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

67. I eat my food with gusto, not always so carefully and properly as some people.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

68. There are times when I don’t feel in the right mood to see anyone.
a. very rarely, b. in between, c. quite often.

69. People sometimes warn me that I show my excitement in voice and manner too obviously.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

70. As a teenager, if I differed in opinion from my parents, I usually:
a. kept my own Opinion, b. in between, c. accepted their authority.

71. I would prefer to have an office of my own, not sharing it with another person.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

72. I would rather enjoy life quietly in my own way than be admired for my achievements.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

73. I feel mature in most things.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

74. I find myself upset rather than helped by the kind of criticism that many people offer one.
a. often, b. occasionally, c. never.

75. I am always able to keep the expression of my feelings under exact control.
a. yes, b. In between, c. no.

76. In starting a useful invention, I would prefer:
a. working on it in the laboratory, b. uncertain, c. selling it to people.

77. “Surprise” is to “strange” as “fear” is to:
a. brave, b. anxious, c. terrible.

78. Which of the following fractions is not in the same class as the others?
a. 3/7, b. 3/9, c. 3 /U .

79. Some people seem to ignore or avoid me, although I don’t know why.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

80. People treat me less reasonably than my good intentions deserve.
a. often, b. occasionally, c. never.

81. The use of foul language, even when it is not in a mixed group of men and women, still disgusts me.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

82. I have decidedly fewer friends than most people.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

83. I would hate to be where there wouldn’t be a lot of people to talk to.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

84. People sometimes call me careless, even though they think I’m a likable person.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

85. “Stage-fright” in various social situations is something I have experienced:
a. quite often, b. occasionally, c. hardly ever.

86. When I am in a small group, I am content to sit back and let others do most o f the talking,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

87. I prefer reading:
a. a realistic account of military or political battles, b. uncertain, c. a sensitive, imaginative novel.

88. When bossy people try to “push me around,” I do just the opposite of what they wish.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

89. Business superiors or members of my family, as a rule, find fault with me only when there is real cause.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

90. In streets or stores, I dislike the way some persons stare at people.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

91. On a long journey, I would prefer to:
a. read something profound, but interesting, b. uncertain, c. pass the time talking casually with a fellow passenger.

92. In a situation which may become dangerous, I believe in making a fuss and speaking up even if calmness and politeness are lost.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

93. If acquaintances treat me badly and show they dislike me:
a. it doesn’t upset me a bit, b. in between, c. I tend to get downhearted.

94. I find it embarrassing to have praise or compliments bestowed on me.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

95. I would rather have a job with:
a. a fixed, certain salary, b. in between, c. a larger salary, which depended on my constantly persuading people I am worth it.

96. To keep informed, I like:
a. to discuss issues with people, b. in between, c. to rely on the actual news reports.

97. I like to take an active part in social affairs, committee work, etc.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

98. In carrying out a task, I am not satisfied unless even the minor details are given close attention.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

99. Quite small setbacks occasionally irritate me too much.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

100. I am always a sound sleeper, never walking or talking in my sleep.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no

101. It would be more interesting to work in a business:
a. talking to customers, b. in between, c. keeping office accounts and records.

102. “Size” is to "length” as “dishonest” is to
a. prison, b. sin, c. stealing.

103. AB is to “dc” as SR is to:
a. qp, b. pq, c. tu.

104. When people are unreasonable, I just:
a. keep quiet, b. uncertain, c. despise them.

105. I f people talk loudly while I am listening to music, I:
a. can keep my mind on the music and not be bothered, b. in between, c. find it spoils my enjoyment and annoys me.

106. I think I am better described as:
a. polite and quiet, b. in between, c. forceful.

107. I attend social functions only when I have to, and stay away any other time.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

108. To be cautious and expect little is better than to be happy at heart, always expecting success,
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

109. In thinking of difficulties in my work, I:
a. try to plan ahead, before I meet them, b. in between, c. assume I can handle them when they come.

110. I find it easy to mingle among people at a social gathering.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

111. When a bit of diplomacy and persuasion are needed to get people moving, I am generally the one asked to do it.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

112. It would be more interesting to be:
a. a guidance worker helping young people find jobs, b. uncertain, c. a manager in efficiency engineering.

113. If I am quite sure that a person is unjust or behaving selfishly, I show him up, even if it takes some trouble.
a. yes, b. in between, c no.

114. I sometimes make foolish remarks in fun, just to surprise people and see what they will say.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

115. I would enjoy being a newspaper writer on drama, concerts, opera, etc.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no

116. I never feel the urge to doodle and fidget when kept sitting still at a meeting.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

117. If someone tells me something which I know is wrong, I am more likely to say to myself:
a. “He is a liar,” b. in between, c. “Apparently he is misinformed.”

118. I feel some punishment is coming to me even when I have done nothing wrong.
a. often, b. occasionally, c. never.

119. The idea that sickness comes as much from mental as physical causes is much exaggerated,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

120. The pomp and Splendor o f any big state ceremony are things which should be preserved.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

121. It bothers me if people think I am being too unconventional or odd.
a. a lot, b. somewhat, c. not at all.

122. In constructing something I would rather work:
a. with a committee, b. uncertain, c. on my own.

123. I have periods when it’s hard to stop a mood of self-pity.
a. often, b. occasionally, c. never.

124. Often I get angry with people too quickly,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

125. I can always change old habits without difficulty and without slipping back.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

126. If the earnings were the same, I would rather be:
a. a lawyer, b. uncertain, c. a navigator or pilot.

127. “Better” is to “worst” as “slower” is to:
a. fast, b. best, e. quickest.

128. Which of the following should come next at the end of this row of letters: xooooxxoooxxx?
a. oxxx, b. ooxx, c. xooo.

129. When the time comes for something I have planned and looked forward to, I occasionally do not feel up to going.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

130. I can work carefully on most things without being bothered by people making a lot of noise around me.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

131. I occasionally tell strangers things that seem to me important, regardless of whether they ask about them.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

132. I spend much of my spare time talking with friends about social events enjoyed in the past,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

133. I enjoy doing “daring,” foolhardy things “just for fun.”
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

134. I find the sight of an untidy room very annoying.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

135. I consider myself a very sociable, outgoing person.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

136. In social contacts I:
a. show my emotions as I wish, b. in between, c. keep my emotions to myself.

137. I enjoy music that is:
a. light, dry, and brisk, b. in between, c. emotional and sentimental.

138. I admire the beauty of a poem more than that of a well-made gun.,
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

139. If a good remark o f mine is passed by, I:
a. let it go, b. in between, c. give people a chance to hear it again.

140. I would like to work as a probation officer with criminals on parole.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

141. One should be careful about mixing with all kinds of strangers, since there are dangers of infection and so on.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

142. In traveling abroad, I would rather go on an expertly conducted tour than plan by myself the places I wish to visit.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

143. I am properly regarded as only a plodding, half-successful person.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

144. If people take advantage of my friendliness, I do not resent it and I soon forget.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

145. If a heated argument developed between other members taking part in a group discussion, I would:
a. like to see a “ winner,” b. in between, c. wish that it would be smoothed over.

146. I like to do my planning alone, without interruptions and suggestions from others.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

147. I sometimes let my actions get swayed by feelings o f jealousy.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

148. I believe firmly “the boss may not always be right, but he always has the right to be boss.”
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

149. I get tense as I think o f all the things lying ahead o f me.
a. yes, b. sometimes, c. no.

150. If people shout suggestions when I'm playing a game, it doesn’t upset me.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

151. It would be more interesting to be:
a. an artist, b. uncertain, c. a secretary running a club.

152. Which of the following words does not properly belong with the others?
a. any, b. some, c. most.

153. “Flame” is to “ heat” as “ rose” is to:
a. thorn, b. red petals, c. scent.

154. I have vivid dreams, disturbing my sleep.
a. often, b. occasionally, c. practically never.

155. If the odds are really against something’s being a success, I still believe in taking the risk,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

156. I like it when I know so well what the group has to do that I naturally become the one in command.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

157. I would rather dress with quiet correctness than with eye-catching personal style.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

158. An evening with a quiet hobby appeals to me more than a lively party.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

159. I close my mind to well-meant suggestions of others, even though I know I shouldn’t.
a. occasionally, b. hardly ever, c. never.

160. I always make it a point, in deciding anything, to refer to basic rules of right and wrong.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

161. I somewhat dislike having a group watch me at work.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

162. Because it is not always possible to get things done by gradual, reasonable methods, it is sometimes necessary to use force.
a. true, b. in between, c. false.

163. In school I preferred (or prefer):
a. English, b. uncertain, c. mathematics or arithmetic.

164. I have sometimes been troubled by people's saying bad "things about me behind my back, with no grounds fit all.
a. yes, b. uncertain, c. no.

165. Talk with ordinary, habit-bound, conventional people:
a. is often quite interesting and has a lot to it, b. in between, c. annoys me because it deals with trifles and lacks depth.

166. Some things make me so angry that I find it best not to speak.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

167. In education, it is more important to:
a. give the child enough affection, b. in between, c. have the child learn desirable habits and attitudes.

168. People regard me as a solid, undisturbed person, unmoved by ups and downs in circumstances,
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

169. I think society should let reason lead it to new customs and throw aside old habits or mere traditions.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

170. I think it is more important in the modern world to solve:
a. the question of moral purpose, b. uncertain, c. the political difficulties.

171. I learn better by:
a. reading a well-written book, b. in between, c. joining a group discussion.

172. I like to go my own way instead o f acting on approved rules.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.

173. I like to wait till I am sure that what I am saying is correct, before I put forth an argument.
a. always, b. generally, c. only if it’s practicable.

174. Small things sometimes “get on my nerves” unbearably, though I realize they are trivial.
a. yes, b. in between, c. no.

175. I don’t often say things on the spur o f the moment that I greatly regret.
a. true, b. uncertain, c. false.
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Post by Virgo15 » Wed Mar 09, 2016 2:21 pm

thank u soo much tasawwur bhai... guideline u gave is very comprehensive n handy... last thing i want to ask is whether psychological test carries some wheitage in 200 marks of interview or it is just about assessing the fitness of the candidate for the post ?

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Re: Tasawwur bhai.. whr r u? guidance required regarding PMS interview

Post by Tasawar Bosal » Wed Mar 09, 2016 6:16 pm

Brother the very first thing is that the Psychological does not contain any marks or weightage at all. But it doesn't mean , at the same time , that is is mere a futile effort. sometimes , the strong report of the psychological creates a very strong impression of you and the final interview Panel gives you better marks in the final interview. And sometime the bad report hinders your way of obtaining good marks in the final interview. Though usually the psychological doesn't play any vital role. But this also remains the fact that by performing somewhat very good in this psychological part , you may brighten your chances of receiving fair treatment in the interview.

Secondly i have just gone through the psychological interview schedule and i have noticed a difference from my earlier perception.
Actually in PMS 204 the PPSC had skipped the Autobiography writing, picture story writing , proforma questions answering and the group discussion. There was only that single test comprising of MCQs. While in PMS 2012 , all of these were the part of PMS Psychological. That's why i was thinking that PPSC may be following the same process which it adopted last year.

Now come to the group discussion. In PMS 2012 , the group discussion took place on the next day of the written part of the Psychological. Not only there was group discussion , but it was followed by an interview with a panel of two psychologists. But then we were called in the group of 15 both for written part of psychological as wells as the group discussion and interview . The day after written part of psychological , we were asked to come for group discussion and that psychological interview. However , this time they have called all of you in somewhat large groups on the same day , it would be difficult to conduct group discussion of all of you on the next day. So, it is expected that they would be calling you in groups for group discussion the schedule and venue for which they would intimate you on your day of written part of psychological.

It would be advisable if you people be ready for things other then MCQs part also as PPSC seems to be reviving its old practice of somewhat rigorous psychological test. Like , you may be asked to write Autobiography , picture stories and answer the proforma questions regarding your personality .
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