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5 Things That Are Ruining Your MAT Practice

You’ve got the study guide. You’ve set your exam date. You’ve sat down to study… and it isn’t working.  You can’t concentrate, things aren’t sticking and you don’t seem to be improving.  Let’s take a look at 5 things that are ruining your MAT practice. Time Crunch While it is very difficult to find enough […]

MAT Prep Class: Is it worth it?

Every student feels the money crunch when it comes to education.  Tuition, fees, books, and more add up and can feel like a burden.  With this thought in mind, the question may come up about an MAT Prep Class and whether it is worth taking to improve your scores. What can an MAT Prep class […]

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 […]

How to Prioritize Miller Analogies Test Study Topics

There are two steps to prioritize Miller Analogies Test study topics: 1) Familiarize yourself with the types of the relationships the analogies test 2) Review vocabulary In this post you’ll find the different types of relationships you will be expected to recognize along with helpful places to find MAT vocabulary lists! Learn MAT Analogy Relationship […]

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 […]