# You need to write fast as candidates often miss some of the words and run out of time. # Practice a lot of WAT a month or two before your SSB Interview. # Practice 20-25 words on a daily basis. # After practicing, read your sentences again and again to point out the improvements. # If possible, prepare with someone already preparing for SSB so as to compare and evaluate each other’s sentences. # Try practicing in morning to sync your mind and body with the actual timings of the test at SSB Interview. # Do not use precahings, refrain from giving advices/instructions. # Do not writing the meaning and definition of a word. # Do write your natural responses and try to attempt atleast 45-50 Words in test. # Avoid sentences on simple observations. # Avoid writing Idioms and Phrases, Quotations and Universal Truths as they show lack of original thoughts. # Don’t try to memorise beforehand of the test. # You will automatically get the flow once you have started practicing regularly. # Make a positive and meaningful sentence as far as possible in your test. # Avoid ths use of “I or Me” and maintain a good hand-writing. # Psychologists assess WAT on daily basis and it won’t take them much time to identify whether you are practical or trying to fake your response. # You will definitely excel in WAT once you have practiced well with these guidelines.