ISSB Word Association Test, or ISSB WAT, is a part of the ISSB Psychological test series. This test is conducted on the second day of the ISSB program. This test is very helpful for the psychologist to assess the personality of the candidate. Psychologists can analyze the language in a person and determine how you feel, what you believe, what you dislike, how you behave towards your surroundings, and what's inside your brain.
There are total 100 words shown on the screen. The time allocated for this test is extremely short. Each word will appear on screen for 9-10 seconds and then it will disappear. If you cannot write a sentence within the time, the next word will be displayed.
Tips For ISSB Word Association Test
- Write down the first thought that comes to mind.
- A sentence does not need to be grammatically correct or use the right word just to write a sentence.
- You should remember that this is not a Make a sentence type of exam. This is to test your inner thoughts, so be careful in anything you write.
- Make sure your writing is readable.
- Write short sentences and don’t put yourself in long ones to save time.
- Once written, do not try to correct, cut, or overwrite the sentence. Focus your attention on the screen and on the next word.
- No worries, the words displayed can be used as a verb, adjective, or noun.
- Don't use 'I', 'me' or 'myself' in your sentences.
- Use HE, SHE, THEM instead of NAMES when using someone else's name in a sentence.
- Avoid starting your sentences with ‘because’ or ‘be’.
- Don't use an anti-social sentence as it will reflect poorly on you.
- Try not to write sentences focused entirely on the military. The analyzers are not a piece of bread on which you will spread butter.
- Do not write memorized sentences.