Once you’ve decided to take the exam, make sure you have acceptable forms of identification for the MAT. You can find all the information you need in the
If you haven’t done much research into graduate applications yet, “when should you take the Miller Analogies Test?” is a common question to have.
Taking the MAT this week? Take a look at this collection of links for essential information for ensuring successful test-taking!
The Miller Analogies Test is offered throughout the year. To find a date, students first need to find a testing center. Pearson provides a complete list of
A list of MAT locations can be found here on Pearson’s website. The list of MAT locations is organized alphabetically by state. Most states have multiple MAT Test Centers. What if There is No Testing Center Close to Me on the List of MAT Locations? There are over 600 testing centers on the list of […]
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 […]
Ideal pacing is completing two analogies per minute. There are 120 questions on the MAT and you have 60 minutes to complete the test. In this post you’ll find some helpful tips to practice your pacing on the MAT! Now, let’s talk about some more helpful tips to practice your pacing on the MAT! Photo by Sonic […]
Here’s how my Miller Analogies test day went. Hopefully, it helps put your own nervous mind at ease!