This is another part of the ISSB test.
We are going to give some examples of merits and demerits. You can match these given merits and demerits with your personality.
ISSB Merits and Demerits Tips
- DO NOT copy the merits and demerits which are not matched by your personality.
- If you will write the merits which are NOT present in your personality, you will be caught by the Psychologist.
Merits Examples For ISSB
- Good Manner
- Cool Minded
Demerits Examples For ISSB
- Excessive use of mobile
- Weak in English
- Sleep Late
- Not interested in Study
- Speak Loudly
- Use Mobile Too Much
- Having Weak General knowledge
Helpful tips for merits and demerits writing in ISSB
- Be original – Write your own merits and demerits that apply for you and reflect your personality
- Find and Write merits and demerits that other people can see and testify about you as you will be evaluated by a psychologist
- Try to write 5 merits and 5 demerits
A Merit is a noun. claim to respect and praise; excellence; worth. something that deserves or justifies a reward or commendation; a commendable quality, act, etc.: The book’s only merit is its sincerity.
A Demerit is a noun. a mark against a person for misconduct or deficiency: If you receive four demerits during a term, you will be expelled from school. the quality of being censurable or punishable; fault; culpability. Obsolete. merit or desert.
Merits and Demerits are basically your character qualities that are good and bad, they should testify for your personality and will be tested by a psychologist in an interview if you pass the previous tests that you can prepare to in our website.