The average Miller Analogies Test scores tend to cluster around 400. But because the MAT is an IQ test, the “average” score works a bit differently than on other exams.
Exactly how hard is the Miller Analogies Test? This is a tough question to answer simply, but I think we can get a pretty good idea if we look at it both objectively and subjectively.
Provided that the school you are applying to accepts both exams, you may be wondering what the differences between the MAT and the GRE are
This is an important question for students to consider, and a lot of great advice can be found in these GRE and GMAT articles (it applies to the MAT too)
This is a tricky question to answer. Typically, the types of programs that accept the MAT are within the humanities or the “soft” sciences
The first thing students taking the Miller Analogies Test want to know is, “what is a good score on the MAT?” To many students, a good score means
After taking the Miller Analogies Test, you will be provided with two percentile ranks: one comparing you to all test-takers and another that compares you