The ISSB judges candidates based on their mental, physical, and social abilities, as well as their potential for leadership and motivation to serve in the Armed Forces.

Here are some of the factors that the ISSB judges candidates on:

  1. Intelligence: The ISSB assesses candidates’ intelligence through a variety of tests, including verbal and non-verbal reasoning tests. The goal is to determine their ability to think critically, solve problems, and make decisions under pressure.
  2. Academic Abilities: Candidates are tested on their academic knowledge, including their proficiency in English, Mathematics, and Pakistan Studies.
  3. Physical Fitness: Candidates must pass a rigorous physical fitness test that includes a 1.6 km run, push-ups, sit-ups, and chin-ups. The goal is to determine their strength, endurance, and overall fitness level.
  4. Personality and Emotional Stability: The ISSB conducts a psychological test to evaluate candidates’ personality traits, emotional stability, and overall mental health.
  5. Communication and Social Skills: Candidates are evaluated on their communication and social skills, including their ability to work in a team, lead a group, and engage in meaningful conversation.
  6. Motivation: The ISSB judges candidates based on their motivation to serve in the Armed Forces, their understanding of the Armed Forces’ mission and values, and their commitment to the country.

Overall, the ISSB judges candidates based on a holistic assessment of their abilities, potential, and character. The goal is to identify individuals who have the necessary skills and qualities to become successful officers in the Pakistan Armed Forces.