60 Sample WAT Responses of SSB Recommended Candidates

The SSB interview in the armed forces recruitment holds immense significance in the selection of eligible candidates. The psychological tests in the SSB interview are the most crucial stages for a candidate. The Word Association Test (WAT) is one of the most important tests under psychological assessments. In this test, candidates need to create 60 sentences based on the words shown to them. Due to time constraints and different kinds of words, many candidates find it difficult to frame positive and relevant sentences. Thus, to help SSB aspirants, Centurion Defence Academy has come up with 60 sample WAT responses of SSB-recommended candidates. These sample WAT sentences of recommended candidates will help you enhance your preparation and mental understanding with regard to WAT in SSB.


Now, you must be wondering how WAT is conducted. As we have already discussed, the Word Association Test (WAT) is a part of the psychological tests in the SSB interview. In this test, 60 words are displayed on a screen one after another. Each word will be displayed for 15 seconds and within this duration, you need to frame a sentence and write it in the booklet provided to you. This process continues till the last word. In short, you get a total of 900 seconds or 15 minutes to frame 60 sentences for 60 words. Briefly, there are a total of 15 seconds for each word. Let us now see some sample WAT responses in SSB by the recommended candidates.


Sample WAT Responses by Ayush Priyadarshi Verma


Ayush Priyadarshi Verma is an SSB-recommended student from Centurion Defence Academy, who has cracked the SSB interview under the CDS 1 2023 exam to join the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun. The following are some of the WAT responses by Ayush during his SSB preparation at Centurion Defence Academy. These WAT sample sentences will not only help you understand the requirements of the word association test in SSB but also to frame effective sentences.


-Improve: Puzzle games improve cognitive skills.


-Operation: The Army conducts operations with planning.


-Personality: Graduates improve their personality with experience.


-Important: Study table is the most important place for a student.


-Help: Forests help in increasing oxygen levels.


-Blood: Hard work with blood and sweat always gives results.


-Positivity: Denial of negative thoughts maintains positivity.


-Quick: An efficient commander makes quick decisions.


-Dies: A soldier only dies once giving service to the nation.


-Necessity: Inquisitiveness is a necessity of the present generation.


-Exploitation: Resource exploitation is a bad idea.


-Strong: Brave soldiers take strong actions.


-Example: Hero leads by example.


-Sex: Co-education is better than single-sex education.


-Novel: Charity is a novel aim.


-Responsibility: Indian skippers select team responsibility.


-Zeal: Jolly nature brings zeal to a group.


-Light: Gautam Buddha gave light to the world.


-Suicide: Suicide is never an option.


-Security: Confidential info is kept with maximum security.


-Intellect: A good leader shows quick intellect.


-Contemporary:  Naga Sen was a contemporary of Kanishka.


-Heinous: Rape is a heinous crime in India and across the world.


-Example: Original personality sets an example differently. 


-Brave: The enemy submitted to the brave soldier.


-Failure: Introspection is the medicine of failure.


-Dislike: Hard workers dislike distraction.


-Innovate: DRDO innovates new tasks for our armed forces.


-Leader: An efficient leader leads the group from the front.


-Stable: India has a stable foreign policy.


-Thought: Surrounding plays an important role in one’s thought.


-Harm: Positivity never harms development.


-Conquered: He stood up and conquered his aim. 


-Pressure: The leader absorbs pressure and makes efficient decisions.


-Horrible: Horrible circumstances bring the real self.


-Success: Optimism helps to fly high for success.


-Principles: Liberty and sovereignty are principles of a country.


-Decision: A peaceful mind makes the right decisions.


-Humility: Thanksgiving’s nature shows humility.


-Moral: Friends are moral supporters.


Sample WAT Sentences by Khushi Kumari


Khushi Kumari, a student from Centurion Defence Academy, has secured back-to-back SSB recommendations for the National Defence Academy. The following WAT sentences were composed by Khushi during her SSB preparation at Centurion Defence Academy for the NDA 151st course. These sample WAT sentences by an SSB-recommended girl will help you enhance your SSB preparation for psychological tests.


-Rescue: The Army plays a crucial role in rescue operations.


-Ethical: Ethical programming should be included in the study.


-Excellent: You did excellent work.


-Calm: We should remain calm in unfamiliar situations.


-Temper: Do not lose your temper.


-Courage: Fearful situations should be dealt with courageously.

-Important: Graduation is very important in today’s time.


-Furious: The lion was very furious.


-Assets: Study tables and chairs are very important assets to students.


-Failure: Failure should be used as a stepping stone.


-Tribes: India has many tribes like Nagas.


-Amazing: Love is an amazing feeling.


-Control: Force was deployed to control the mob.


-Fabulous: You did a fabulous job.


-Important: Starting is not important but ending is.


-Respect: We should respect our elders.


-Experience: The school trip is a fantastic experience for children.


-Amazing: Friends are the most amazing people.


-Sex: Sex education should be given more importance.


-Fortune: Fortunes are with hard workers.


-Reflect: Your personality reflects your behavior.


-Feel: We should feel free to share our thoughts.


-Patiently: The leader listens to his team members patiently.


-Dogs: Dogs are good friends.


-Gossip: Gossip should be about the good traits of an individual.


-Crime: Crimes should be properly dealt with.


-Give up: Never give up on your dreams.


-Drug: Drug addiction needs to be controlled.


-Amazing: Motherhood is an amazing phase of one’s life.


-Appearance: One is gorgeous by inner soul not by outer appearance.


-Hate: Never hate anyone.


-Emerge: Great leaders emerge from unfamiliar circumstances.


-Great: A great environment soothes the mind.


-Success: Teamwork is very important to gain success.


-Beauty: Nature has eternal beauty.


-Hurt: Never hurt anyone’s trust.


-Reduce: The government is taking various steps to reduce the hunger crisis.


-Horrible: Horrible situations should be used as opportunities.


-Calamity: Aircrafts are used for providing relief in calamities.


-Humiliate: Never humiliate anyone.


-Handsome: You get a handsome uniform once you join the forces.


-Happy: Do everything to make your parents happy.


-Harmonious: Thoughts should be harmonious. 


-Multi tasker: Girls are multi-taskers.


-Gratitude: Gratitude leads to achieving great heights.


Candidates should note that these sample WAT sentences are only for reference purposes. Do not copy the same; rather, make an attempt to create your own sentences using the given words in a more productive and optimistic way. The views of assessors and candidates may vary from word to word or sentence to sentence. Thus, one should try to create original sentences based on one’s insights and perceptions.


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