Semantic analogies deal with the dictionary definition of words. To prep for semantic analogies is the most straightforward of all the analogy types.
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There isn’t “one list” of historical events to study for the Miller Analogies Test. But there are some “high leverage” areas. Click for more.
If you haven’t done much research into graduate applications yet, “when should you take the Miller Analogies Test?” is a common question to have.
One of the lesser known MAT strategies involves parts of speech. To use this strategy, you don’t need to know anything more than the basics: noun, verb,
Science can be an intimidating subject to study considering its sheer breadth. Here are some top tips for Miller Analogies science to make sure you don’t
The MAT tends to attract verbal focused, math-shy individuals. To that end, here are some top tips for Miller Analogies math.
This blog is going to be a bit of a “bait and switch.” None of the Miller Analogies Test videos on YouTube should be described as “best” anything. I wish it was that simple. But it’s actually a bit worse than that: many of the top videos are connected to unnecessarily expensive test prep products . […]
Most common Miller Analogies Test pitfalls involve poor studying habits. To help you study better, let’s take a look at these common study mistakes.
Although they represent a small number of the total analogies on the MAT, it’s still important to know how to prep for logical or mathematical analogies.