Word Association Test Examples With Sample Answers #1

Aspirants we are now publishing word association test example series for your practice, below you can find actual words from word association test of psychological test conducted during stage 2 of SSB interview. All the responses are just for sample purpose and may differ from one another. Please do not take these responses for granted.

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WAT Examples With Sample Answers

  • Award: Awards boost confidence.
  • Punishment: Punishments are meant for correction.
  • Begin: A good beginning increases chances of success.
  • Leader: A good leader cares for his subordinates.
  • War: War causes all round destruction.
  • Anger: Anger Management enhances personality.
  • Fault: It takes courage to admit faults.
  • Obedient: An obedient student is admired by teachers.
  • Dispute: Disputes can be solved by mature outlook.
  • Film: Good films give a message to the society.
  • Puzzle: Puzzles are a good brain exercise.
  • Election: Elections are pillars for democracy.
  • Government: People‚Äôs support is needed for good governance.
  • Encourage: Little encouragement boosts confidence.
  • Complete: Work when completed gives satisfaction.
  • Opposition: A strong opposition forms a stable parliament.
  • Conversation: Conversations improve relations.
  • Dream: Dream big to achieve more.
  • Limitation: Limitations are necessary for discipline.
  • Exploitation: Child exploitation needs to be stopped.

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  • Sabjeet Singh

    award—saina nehwal badminton
    punishments–criminal jail
    begin–basic introduction in c

    leader–lead and motivate team members
    war–war creates violence destruction
    anger–love everyone
    fault—error in programming
    obedient–son fulfills parents requirements
    dispute–kashmir between india and pak
    film–namastey london lovely film
    puzzle–mind tackles problem
    election–in 2014
    government—manmohan singh prime minister
    encourage–every team member motivate
    complete–work completed within time
    opposition–do more practice regularly
    conversation–between students about situation
    dream–defense officer
    limitation–cross every limit to achieve success
    exploitation–child labor crime

    • Ravinder Nain

      Really nice … Thanks !

      • Sabjeet Singh

        thanks.al d best

        • Ravinder Nain

          Sir I m likely to receive my call letter for ssb , can you please send such more wat for better ideas

          • Sabjeet Singh

            You should write whatever comes to your mind first..and remember never write a negative sentence..you can write some technical sentences..some current Affairs sentences…whatever means it should be positive and should not give negative impact on the reader.Give your natural responses.thats the main thing….in tat as well always focus n try to make positive stories but it should(must) be a common story n not like a superhero story…u can practice wat from different books…al d best for your ssb..see you as an officer dear:-)

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  • kuldeep

    can anyone suggest me some books regarding wat and tat with lots and lots of practice sets