PSYCHOLOGY TEST: A CAR AND TONGA ACCIDENT
Guys this is a type on negative picture shown in TAT of Psychology Test. Here i am putting how to write a better TAT story on A car and Tonga accident. In SSB interview they want to see your mentality how you react on negative pictures.
|SAMPLE TAT PICTURE ON ACCIDENT SCENE|
Suggested layout TAT STORY
As Ravi is coming back to home from his college in the evening, suddenly he sees a speeding car collided with a Tonga, while the Tonga driver is trying to cross the road. Lot of people gathered at spot immediately. The Tonga driver and Passengers were seriously injured and car driver also sustained minor injuries. The Tonga driver and the occupants of carriage were crying in pain and lot of blood is flowing profusely, everybody wanted to help them, Ravi used his presence of mind and without any delay arranged for first aid and medication and evacuation of the injured person’s along with the help of the people around. He also informed the relatives of the injured and insured medication and regular visits to the Hospital. After few days he introspect the course of accident and revealed to himself that it is due to lack of speed breakers and poor lighting signals. He put up the plea to the regional transport Authority and his request is accepted and within a period of 5-6 months he is happy that suitable speed breakers and lighting signals have been erected and it is no more and accident prone area. He is happy and satisfied with his action.
The stimulus depicts an accident scene occurring between a Car and a Tonga. It is apparent that accidents lead to injury and vital life to the people. The narration is well addressed keeping in mind the accident and elaborates the process of first aid, medication, hospitalization of the affected people. A lesson is also brought out to the people to be careful and ward off such cases if vigilant. The story is result oriented and bearing lesson to young people.
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