Handwriting analysis is a crucial tool to analyze any person's personality through their handwriting. Anyone who comes up to a Graphologist to get their writing analyzed believes the analyst wholeheartedly.
So, the analyst must provide an accurate report to the person whose handwriting he has been analyzing.
To generate this accurate report, there are specific rules that every handwriting analyst must follow before they begin to analyze anyone's handwriting.
Graphology is the study of the state of mind. And human behavior changes with changing circumstances.
Hence, before collecting a writing sample, every analyst should be clear about a few points.
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After knowing all the mistakes you must avoid while doing handwriting analysis, now it is time to learn how to take the writing sample.
Paper: Take an A4 size plain white paper (preferably any bond paper).
Writing Surface: Writing surface should not be very hard. Place a couple of sheets of paper or a newspaper below the writing paper.
Pen: A quality black ink ballpoint pen is the most preferred choice, and blue is the second choice.
Posture: Take the sample when the person is relaxed and not in a hurry, tired, stressed, or just after finishing work or exercise. Also, write it in a single sitting.
Content: Ask the person to write whatever comes to his mind and let the thoughts flow directly on the paper. Write a paragraph of 500-6—words without a title.
Signature: Sign at the end of the writing sample at least three times.
A few points will help you obtain a perfect handwriting sample for analysis.
Also, there are two different approaches to analyzing handwriting, i.e., how you begin to study the given handwriting sample.
Read more about them here.
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