What is the Miller Analogies Test?
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a high-level, analytic ability test that requires the solution of problems stated as analogies. The MAT consists of 120 partial analogies that are to be completed in 60 minutes. The MAT test forms include 100 core items that count toward your score and 20 experimental items that are being field-tested for future use on new test forms. The experimental items may include verbal, quantitative, or figural analogies and may be located anywhere in the test. The items will not count toward your score. Click here for more information about taking the MAT and for access to practice tests on the web.
Each Miller Analogy Test is $85. Report to the Advising and Testing Center in the University Center in room 112, on the day of the test. The $85 test fee may be paid by cash, check or credit card. Stop by the Advising and Testing Center for a payment card before going to the cashier.
You may begin the MAT exam during any of the open lab hours. No appointment is necessary. All candidates for MAT testing must present two forms of identification on the day of test.