I hate to burst your bubble, but this post does not give you the insider trading secrets of the 5 most difficult MAT questions on the exam. Why? Because what is most difficult for you is actually quite personal. As you begin your study regimen, you’ll start to realize which types of questions are most […]
The MAT tends to attract verbal focused, math-shy individuals. To that end, here are some top tips for Miller Analogies math.
This blog is going to be a bit of a “bait and switch.” None of the Miller Analogies Test videos on YouTube should be described as “best” anything. I wish it was that simple. But it’s actually a bit worse than that: many of the top videos are connected to unnecessarily expensive test prep products . […]
Most common Miller Analogies Test pitfalls involve poor studying habits. To help you study better, let’s take a look at these common study mistakes.
In the past few posts, we’ve built up a nice little inventory of word game analogies: special subtypes of question that you might encounter on the MAT. (Not sure what I mean by “word game analogy?” See this post for starters.) We’ve looked at some examples involving spelling, as well as a few involving pronunciation. […]
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 […]
Although they represent a small number of the total analogies on the MAT, it’s still important to know how to prep for logical or mathematical analogies.
There are 120 questions on the MAT, giving you about 30 seconds for each question. It’s a quick pace, but there are ways to improve your MAT speed
Even with a broad subject knowledge, we can all be tripped up when it comes to alternate definitions of terms, especially for questions as sparse as the MAT. Analogies are as pared down as it is possible to be in a language problem (as opposed to the unambiguous nature of math equations). When preparing, it […]
As we have said time and again on this blog, the key to mastering the MAT is: PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. And the key to good practice is to break down Miller Analogies Test practice questions. Initial Break Sometimes you will read the analogy and the answer will seem intuitive. Don’t worry that it seems too […]