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Category: MAT Resources

Martine

Best MAT Book – Barron’s or Kaplan?

The best MAT Book is either Barrons or Kaplan. Though there are other guides out there, depending on your needs one or the other may be a better fit for you. Here you’ll find a breakdown of the two guides to help you decide which is the best MAT book for you! Barrons: Best MAT Book for […]

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Martine

Miller Analogies Test Accommodations

Miller Analogies Test Accommodations can be made for test takers with physical or mental disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This post will tell you how to request Miller Analogies Test accommodations and what type of accommodations are available! How to Request Miller Analogies Test Accommodations: In order to request Miller Analogies Test Accommodations […]

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Lisa

Free Miller Analogies Resources

Want help studying but can’t afford a tutor?   First of all, you have the Magoosh MCAT Blog to use as a resource! (You’re here right now). You can also take a look at these other free Miller Analogies Resources. Analogy practice http://www.indiabix.com/logical-reasoning/analogies/ This website has several groups of practice analogies.  The bonus feature is […]

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Lisa

MAT for Education Programs

If only there was an easy answer to the question of which exam is most accepted by graduate education programs.  It all comes down to the university to which you are applying and the individual program in the graduate school.   Application Process   The application process to graduate program vary by institution but there […]

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Bertrand

Full-length Miller Analogies Practice Tests

Full-length Miller Analogies practice tests are available from Pearson—the maker of the MAT—and test prep companies like Kaplan or Barron’s.

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Miller Analogies Test Vocab Resources

There are a variety of Miller Analogies Test vocab resources which students should become familiar with.

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Lisa

Top 20 MAT Vocabulary Words

With 120 questions on the MAT exam and 4 terms to complete each question, it’s actually quite difficult to narrow down the possibilities to only 20 common MAT vocabulary words.  However, it is possible to take a look at sets of words that are in common with several graduate exams and those that indicate higher […]

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Lisa

Top 5 free online Miller Analogies Test Resources

Despite the common sneer that “you get what you pay for”, especially concerning the internet, there are some free online Miller Analogies Test resources that can help you get ready for the exam.  Here are five of our favorites.   Pearson Assessments (MAT) You can go straight to the source.  Pearson Education writes and publishes […]

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