Check out tips to write good answers in SSB WAT test. Total 60 words will be given in Word Association Test of SSB interview. Read best tips by experts to answer words of SSB interview.
It’s only your second day at SSB and you already have completed the Screening and TAT. The immediate next test waiting for you on the same day is the Word Association Test (WAT). This test is also called ‘Confirmatory Test’ to TAT or ‘Idea Writing Test’. This means that Word Association Test confirms qualities that you display in Thematic Apperception Test. Giving WAT immediately after the TAT brings your natural qualities in front of the assessors.
WAT is a test of personality and test of mental function in which the candidate is required to respond to the words shown, with the first thought that comes to his/her mind. It is a test of personality and mental function.
The words shown can be used in any form and tense. Example, ‘die’ can be used as ‘died’ or ‘dying’.
A total of 60 words is shown for 15 seconds each in which the candidate has to form a meaningful sentence from it. It is recommended that a candidate attempts a minimum of 55 words. The test lasts for 15 minutes.
Following are the best tips on how to attempt WAT test of SSB interview. These tips have been taken from all sources including ex-SSB officers & recommended candidates and are the best of the best tips in its category. That means you will now not have to look for other WAT test tips from any other source. So, here we go.
Steer away from sentences that you have memorised or have learnt during practice. This shows a lack of originality. Instead, try making a link to the previous sentence as this is more natural and try showing your OLQ’s through the sentences.
E.g. for the word “Die”, don’t just write “Do or Die is a slogan given by Gandhiji”. Instead write, “I’m a die-hard cricket fan”. The sentence is both positive and shows your creative ability.
For instance, for the work ‘bring’, don’t write, ‘India should bring back Dawood Ibrahim’. India knows what to do well, so don’t give advice to anyone, which takes us to our next point:
So all the best and hope these valuable tips on how to write meaningful sentences for SSB WAT words will help you in the upcoming SSB interviews.
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