1. Be punctual: Arrive at the ISSB center on time and ensure that you have all the required documents with you.
  2. Dress appropriately: Wear clean, pressed, and appropriate clothing. For males, a collared shirt, dress pants, and shoes are recommended. For females, a shalwar kameez or formal attire is appropriate.
  3. Be respectful: Show respect towards the ISSB staff and fellow candidates.
  4. Be confident: Speak clearly and confidently during group discussions and interviews.
  5. Be physically fit: Prepare yourself physically for the ISSB test by following a regular exercise routine.
  6. Be honest: Be truthful during the psychological test and do not attempt to deceive or manipulate the system.


  1. Don’t be late: Arriving late to the ISSB center can create a negative impression and may affect your chances of selection.
  2. Don’t wear inappropriate clothing: Avoid wearing casual clothing such as jeans, t-shirts, or sandals.
  3. Don’t be disrespectful: Avoid making derogatory or disrespectful remarks towards anyone, including the ISSB staff and other candidates.
  4. Don’t be overconfident: Overconfidence can lead to mistakes and can negatively impact your performance during the tests and interviews.
  5. Don’t cheat: Cheating or attempting to manipulate the test can result in disqualification and can harm your future prospects.
  6. Don’t panic: Stay calm and composed during the test and interview process, even if you feel stressed or nervous.

Overall, the key to success at the ISSB is to be prepared, confident, respectful, and honest. By following these general do’s and don’ts, you can maximize your chances of success at the ISSB.