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MAT Analogies: Logical/Mathematical

MAT logical/mathematical analogies are the last category to cover on the Miller Analogies Test. This category contains math, non-semantic wordplay

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What is the MAT?

“what is the MAT?” Pearson describes it as a high level mental ability exam that tests a variety of cognitive abilities. Let’s look at some other aspects

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MAT Test Prep: How to Study

how you will ever cover so much ground. Luckily, all exams can be studied for, and the MAT is no different. Here is an overview of MAT test prep

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Miller Analogies Test (MAT) Score Reporting

All of the information on MAT scores and reporting can be found through the Pearson website or in the score reporting section of the MAT candidate

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Miller Analogies Test Secrets

If you have been reading the blog, none of these Miller Analogies Test secrets should come as a surprise. If you’re new to the blog, this is a great

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Miller Analogies Test Score Interpretation

The MAT Basics sheet is a good place to look for in-depth information on Miller Analogies Test score interpretation. Starting on page 10, it covers most

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Miller Analogies Test Study Guide: Creating Your Own

It is not difficult for students to create their own Miller Analogies Test study guide. Plus, designing your own guide comes with the added benefit of

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Miller Analogies for PhD Programs

Depending on several variables, it may be necessary to take the Miller Analogies for PhD Programs that you are applying to. Considering that many people

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Miller Analogies Test Results Minimum Score

The Miller Analogies Test results minimum score can refer to either the lowest possible score one can receive or the minimum score that colleges accept.

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Miller Analogies Test 99th Percentile

The Miller Analogies Test 99th percentile represents a scaled score of roughly 455+. There is a small margin of error here, but scores between

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