Looking for Miller Analogies Test tips? You’ve come to the right place! Check out this post for our top 10 Miller Analogy tips for success on the MAT.
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- Find the testing center nearest you. Pearson puts out a list but make sure you contact the school or testing center directly well in advance of your test date to get scheduled.
- Schedule your test day. Ensure you have adequate time to study and prepare for the exam.
- Calculate all of the fees involved with taking the exam; every school differs, so make sure you ask. If you are traveling from out of town, make sure you budget for fuel, lodging, and food.
- Map out your route to the testing center, making sure to make allowances for traffic or other emergencies. Book a hotel and find a restaurant, if necessary.
- Determine your study schedule. Whether you only have 1 week or 1 month or more, make sure you carve out time to familiarize yourself with the structure of the test.
- Take stock of the resources available to you and remember to consider online and print resources. Check your local library to see what they have to offer!
- Start studying your analogies. Remember that the goal is to find the relationship between 2 words and compare it with another set of words; you are not trying to match meanings.
- Read voraciously, especially in areas you are weak. While you can’t really cram for the MAT, reading increases your exposure to concepts.
- Study the types of analogies that will be featured on the test and practice determining the relationship types.
… and #1 Take practice tests! There are many free practice tests available online and Pearson offers practice tests for a fee. Whichever you decide to use practice tests are worth their investment of time and/or money.
There you have it, 10 Top Tips for the Miller Analogies Test. Plan, prepare, take the exam, and relax!