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 […]
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.
Suppose someone offered you the choice between an easy grad-school entrance exam and a harder exam. The exams count the same: you don’t get extra points or special consideration for doing well on the harder exam. Under those conditions, it would be a no-brainer to take the easier test, right? If your target school accepts […]
The Miller Analogies Test is 60 minutes long. When compared to other standardized tests, like the GRE, this seems like a short amount of time which can be an advantage for some students. Read on to learn more about what you will be expected to complete in the one hour test limit! How many questions […]
However, if you are simply curious about graduate schools that accept the Miller Analogies Test or maybe you have already taken this exam before
Of course, everyone is concerned with doing well enough to even gain entry into their chosen program. So how important is the Miller Analogies Test?
The big question many test-takers ask is: “How many questions can I miss on the Miller Analogies Test and still get a perfect score?” Here’s the good news and the bad news all in one… you can’t get a perfect score on the MAT (bad news) so you can relax and do your best knowing […]
Of the 120 questions on the Miller Analogies Test only 100 will be scored. The 20 analogies that do not count toward your score are called “experimental questions.” Pearson includes these extra analogies to test them out and see if they could be valid for future MAT tests. This post has everything you need to […]