In the last post in this series, we took a brief tour of an unusual but important type of MAT analogy: questions based on a word’s spelling, rather than its meaning. A similar class of analogies are built on the basis of pronunciation. As noted in their official publications, the MAT test makers will […]
If you’ve given yourself ample time to study, you’re probably going to be traveling at some point. Here are 5 ways to prep for the MAT while traveling.
Test-taking tips and strategies are great but won’t be much help if you don’t know the words making up the analogy. A wide-ranging vocabulary indicates a depth of knowledge for a variety of subjects. I touched on this in Top 20 MAT Vocabulary Words previously. But the choices are limitless. Here are 20 more MAT […]
If your choices for preparation are limited to a few days, or maybe just one, the following are the 5 best resources for last-minute MAT prep.
There are very few options available for students looking for an MAT practice test PDF. In fact, I don’t think there are necessarily any
There are many schools that offer options as to which graduate exam you can take to qualify to apply for their programs. Every student whose prospective schools give them options will have to choose the exam based on their own criteria. I can’t tell you which one to take. What I can tell you is […]
There are a variety of resources that can be relied on for MAT help. To learn about these resources, check out this post!
It makes sense to look for memory training for the MAT. While there are many things that can help, there are no “silver bullets” here.
“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