Our Magoosh team of bloggers has written many great tips on preparing for your Miller Analogies Test. Let’s take a look at the top 10 ways to improve your MAT score!
You’ve heard the common phrase, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” Don’t let this happen to you! Here are great resources for study guides:
2. Plan Your Studying
Whether you have 1 week or two months, make a study schedule plan and stick to it.
3. Discover the MAT
Learn about the structure of the test itself and its administration:
4. Learn about the Analogies
Take a look at the different types of analogies that will be presented on the exam:
You may have some questions about how the different subjects will be presented as analogies. Take a look at these excellent breakdowns and examples:
6. Maximize Your MAT Studying
Use these tips and shortcuts to help you maximize your time and effort:
7. Register for the MAT
Get registered so you have a target date to study for.
8. Improve Vocabulary
Vocabulary is key for a test that uses word analogies. Check out the following articles for improving your vocab:
A well-read student is more successful on the MAT due to the wide variety of topics tested. Here are some resources:
You are not alone! Read these accounts and you’ll know that you are in good company as you are getting ready to take your exam:
My Test Day (Bertrand)
Why I Took the MAT (Lisa)
Hopefully these top 10 ways to improve your MAT score have helped and get you focused as you prepare for the Miller Analogies Test.