“Should you cancel your MAT score” depends on several factors. Since you cannot undo a cancelled score once you choose a “no score” option
To see a visual of what’s on a MAT transcript, I recommend going to the MAT candidate information booklet. Page 13 of the booklet displays
You will have the opportunity to cancel your MAT score at the end of your exam. This is referred to as the “no score” option.
Miller Analogies Test scaled scores refer to the primary scoring method used on the MAT. This is the score you will be reporting to your school
Good news: interpreting your Miller Analogies score report is not difficult! Your MAT score report will include your scaled score and percentile ranks. Both of these are determined from your raw score. Read on below to learn more about the information included in your report! Interpreting your Miller Analogies Score Report: Format The above image is […]
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
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
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.
Obtaining official Miller Analogies score reports is done by mail. If taken electronically, a Preliminary Score Report will be displayed on the screen immediately after submitting the test. This is not an official report and still needs to be verified by Pearson, but it is typically accurate. Obtaining Official Miller Analogies Score Reports by Mail Your […]
The Miller Analogies Test 99th percentile represents a scaled score of roughly 455+. There is a small margin of error here, but scores between