Sunday, February 22, 2009

Word Association Test (WAT)

In this test candidates are required to write meaning full sentences making use of words exposed to them one at a time. Each word is exposed to you one at a time. Each word is exposed 15 sec, during which the candidate to observe a word and formulate a sentence and write it down. A set of WAT is normally 60 words. The space for each sentence in answer book is restricted to three lines.
TIPS 1.Carry at least three fast moving spare pens for psychology test.
2.Your handwriting should be legible and readable.
3.Be quick in observing the word and speed of writing. Then only you will be in a position to complete the sentence and not miss the words.
4.Thus plan your sentence mentally before you writing down. At least try to attempt 55 words.
5.It is through the sentence; convey the goodness and positive deeds.
6.Sentence should reveal positive outlook or optimistic nature.
7.It is not the length of the sentence but the substance convey in the subject that matters.
8.Have a variety in the pattern construction rather than making it stereotype sentence.
9.Preferably write in past tense so that you can convey the end results.
10.you can change the tense form of word. If a word has more meaning, use it in any sense.
11.You may prefix adjectives to certain quality-oriented words to rise the level of the quality.
12.Avoid giving just statement of facts.
13.Even negative words to be converted in to positive thoughts and action.
14.Avoid proverb, quotations in framing your sentence.
15.Use very small and simple names to the characters in your sentence and vary names in different sentences.
16.your sentence should not be vague or unrealistic.
17.You can bring in more interrelated quality by using the conjunction "and".
18.Avoid I,my,we,they,try,should,could in your sentence.
19.Don’t use two names together.
20.Project yourself through male/female and not through animal and plants and lifeless objects.

1 comment:

sunny said...

the information given is great but please help with examples for these tips--

9.Preferably write in past tense so that you can convey the end results.
10.you can change the tense form of word. If a word has more meaning, use it in any sense.
11.You may prefix adjectives to certain quality-oriented words to rise the level of the quality.

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