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WAT Book 1 : Word Association Test Book 1 : Raahgeer SSB Guidance

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WAT Book 1 : Word Association Test Book 1 : Raahgeer SSB Guidance

  • By this test psychologist judges you personality.
  • In this test 60 words are shown to you one by one
  • Each word is flashed for 12 – 15 seconds and within this time you have to write a meaningful sentence in your answer sheet
  • Positive and negative words – courage, death

Word Association Test (WAT) is the Second test at Service Selection Boards in Psychologist series, by this test psychologist reads the personality which a candidate possesses. In this test, you will be shown a word and you are required to form a meaningful sentence using that word. On seeing a word there might be different ideas in your mind related to that word but you must write the first spontaneous reaction in your answer sheet.

The time limit is restricted to 15 Seconds so that candidate is not confused with subsequent thoughts and give his first thought only. The sentence formed may use the word’s plural form, in any tense and even a synonym. It is not compulsory to use the exact word.

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WAT Book 1 : Word Association Test Book 1 : Raahgeer SSB Guidance

  • By this test psychologist judges you personality.
  • In this test 60 words are shown to you one by one
  • Each word is flashed for 12 – 15 seconds and within this time you have to write a meaningful sentence in your answer sheet
  • Positive and negative words – courage, death

Word Association Test (WAT) is the Second test at Service Selection Boards in Psychologist series, by this test psychologist reads the personality which a candidate possesses. In this test, you will be shown a word and you are required to form a meaningful sentence using that word. On seeing a word there might be different ideas in your mind related to that word but you must write the first spontaneous reaction in your answer sheet.

The time limit is restricted to 15 Seconds so that candidate is not confused with subsequent thoughts and give his first thought only. The sentence formed may use the word’s plural form, in any tense and even a synonym. It is not compulsory to use the exact word.

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