Socionics, using the term "value", intuitively understand what is meant by this word - the importance, the importance of information. Value is a qualitative descriptive attribute that can not be measured. In SSS, we attribute these signs to not sufficiently reliable for the definition of TIM. In the process of diagnosis, we can only assume that if for a person certain information is important, then most likely it refers to the functions of the Ego blocks or Supper. However, at the same time we understand that information from non-value blocks may also be important at a certain stage of life or under certain conditions. For example, if an ILE girl wants to meet a boyfriend and start a family, then for her information on the ethics of relationships (BE) becomes important at some point in her life. Another example, in the age of filling the SuperEgo block for a teenager, information on aspects of this block becomes meaningful. If the filling of the model is distorted and "hangs" on certain blocks or functions, one can observe an accentuation on the functions of non-value blocks. In such cases, only a tool of the dimension of functions helps to correctly determine TIM. That is why SCS experts primarily rely on the parameters of functions, rather than on descriptive signs. At the same time, we can not deny the fact that information on the blocks of the Ego and Supper is in fact a value for every person in the normalized filling of the model.