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Category: MAT Basics

Michael

How Do I Register for the MAT?

Your grad school application process is coming together, and you’ve found out that your target schools require the Miller Analogies Test. (Or, if you have an option, you’ve decided that the MAT is the graduate exam for you.) You’re getting to within a few months of your application deadlines, or maybe you just want to get it […]

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Bertrand

How many times can I take the MAT?

Pearson, the maker of the MAT, does not explicitly state how many times you can take the MAT. What information they do provide is available in the

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Michael

Should I Take the MAT or GRE?

For most prospective graduate students, the choice between the GRE and the MAT is no choice at all. Lots of programs require the GRE but won’t consider MAT scores; a few programs accept only the MAT. But what if you’re among the lucky few who get to decide which exam to take? As we’ll see, […]

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Michael

Can You Study for the MAT?

Unlike other graduate admissions tests with very limited subject areas (GRE and GMAT, I’m looking at you!), the Miller Analogies Test draws its content from a vast range of topics, running the gamut from astronomy to anthropology. At first glance, it may seem hard to see how such an exam could ever be tamed: it’d […]

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Bertrand

Ten General Guidelines for the Miller Analogies

Later questions can seem positively cryptic. To help you navigate the challenges, here are ten general guidelines for the Miller Analogies Test.

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Bertrand

Where to take the MAT?

If the school you are applying to does not offer it at their center, you can use the information on Pearson to help you decide where to take the MAT. I will

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Bertrand

Miller Analogies Test vs IQ

The MAT is one of two graduate exams (the other being the LSAT) that is still accepted as an admissions test for high IQ societies; some of the most

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Bertrand

When Should I Take the Miller Analogies Test

The most important thing is to take the Miller Analogies Test on a date that aligns with your application deadlines. The next most import thing is to

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Lisa

MAT Scores

After all the preparation and hard work and the excitement of test day, it all comes down to the MAT scores. While the application process at most schools does not depend only on your reported test scores, the application package usually has several components, they are an important indicator of your success in graduate school. […]

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Bertrand

The Miller Analogies vs GMAT

dramatically different exams. But supposing you found such a school, you will want to select the exam that allows you to better showcase your abilities.

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