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MAT Analogy Practice

MAT analogy practice is essential to Miller Analogies success! Today, we’ll work through a tough analogy and explain how we arrived at the correct answer! MAT Analogy Practice 1 HINDUISM :                                   :: CONFUCIANISM : TAOISM Jainism Christianity Judaism Shinto […]

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Tips for Taking an MAT Practice Test

The best tips for taking an MAT practice test are firstly, to treat the practice test as if it is an actual Miller Analogies Test day, and secondly, to make use of the analogy explanations that accompany the answer key when you review your answers. This may sound counterintuitive — treating the practice test like an […]

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What’s on the MAT?

The simple answer: there’s 120 analogies on the MAT. All of the questions are in the same format and there are no separate sections, like math. For wordsmiths, that’s good news! Read on to learn more about these analogous analogies and be like Hermione on your MAT! What types of Analogies are on the MAT? […]

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Format of Miller Analogies Test

The Miller Analogies Test format is covered in depth both in the Candidate Information Booklet and the Official MAT Study guide. Students studying for the

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Interpreting Your Miller Analogies Score Report

Good news: interpreting your Miller Analogies score report is not difficult! Your MAT score report will include your scaled score and percentile ranks. Both of these are determined from your raw score. Read on below to learn more about the information included in your report! Interpreting your Miller Analogies Score Report: Format The above image is […]

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Can MAT Predict Graduate School Performance?

“Can the Miller Analogies Test Predict Graduate School Performance?” It’s a good question. The answer, unfortunately, comes with a lot of qualifiers.

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Preparing for the MAT

Preparing for the MAT involves familiarizing yourself with: the format, types of analogies, and studying vocabulary. Read on for some tips in each of these areas! MAT Format The Miller Analogies Test is 120 questions long and has a 60 minute time limit. Each question is the presented in the same format. All 120 questions […]

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Relationship Types Tested on the MAT

Analogies can be classified based on the type of relationship they present. There are four main relationship types tested on the MAT

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MAT Analogy Subcategories: Association Analogies

Previously, we covered semantic and classification analogies on the MAT. Now we are going to move into MAT association analogies. Association is the largest category on the Miller Analogies Test; it’s also where you’ll find the most diverse kinds of connections between terms. Because of this, association is capable of producing some really challenging analogies. How to […]

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MAT Analogies: Logical/Mathematical

MAT logical/mathematical analogies are the last category to cover on the Miller Analogies Test. This category contains math, non-semantic wordplay

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