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Where to find free Miller Analogies test questions

It is important that you study for your MAT exam day.  There are many study helps you can purchase but factoring in the cost of the test as well as potential travel may bite into your budget more than you would like.  Here are some places to find free Miller Analogies Test questions.

Your Local Library

Your local library will have print and/or electronic test prep materials.  Most libraries keep print copies of exam books such as the GED, GRE, MCAT and others.  The Miller Analogies Test book should be with those.  If you aren’t sure you want to make the trip, call the reference librarian and ask what kind of resources are available. Often there will be resources like “Learning Express” available online that you can use from home with just your library card number.  Even if you don’t have a computer or it’s on the fritz, the library will have that, too.  Don’t have a library card?  It’s not hard to get one!


There are also some reliable places to get free questions:

The Major Tests website offers study questions for many types of standardized tests.  There are advertisements that can be distracting, so be prepared.

The Study Guide Zone has practice tests with the added bonus of easily accessible tips on studying the analogies themselves.

This test prep review site is a little less aesthetically pleasing but does offer free test questions for practice.

Other options

If you do want a more formalized test taking experience to practice with no pop-up distractions, you might want to invest in the actual practice tests available.  You can discover those in this post about Full-Length Miller Analogies Practice tests.

Whether or not you choose to purchase a practice exam or opt for utilizing the free resources available, any studying you do will improve your test taking experience.

About Lisa

I am a professional Book Geek, a.k.a. librarian, and love to both learn and educate. Serving students of all ages and all stages--I live for the “Ah Ha!” moment. I am a reference librarian at the Alamogordo Public Library and am ready to answer questions at a moment’s notice; never be afraid to ask! Remember: when all else fails, go to the library!

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