About the Miller Analogies Test
Pearson’s MAT has been assessing high-level analytical skills and mental abilities in candidates for graduate schools for more than 50 years.
Why take the MAT test? For candidates applying to graduate schools and programs, undergoing MAT testing can be a smart and advantageous move. Over 1,500 graduate institutions accept MAT scores, including some in Canada and other countries. The MAT exam is highly valued by graduate schools; it helps them in identifying candidates who contain the critical skills needed to succeed both in graduate school and the professional world. Want to know more? See detailed information about the MAT test questions and analogies.
Miller Analogies Test Scores
Immediately upon completion of the MAT exam, you will receive an unofficial, preliminary report before receiving your Official Score Report 10 to 15 business days after the exam date. The MAT score range is reported on a scale of 200 – 600 based on the number of items correctly answered. Remember that there is no passing score or rank for the Miller test; each score recipient school and institution sets its own standard and acceptance requirements.
Prepare Now: MAT Practice Tests
TestPrep-Online will soon be offering a MAT test practice-pack, complete with Miller Analogies practice tests, answers and detailed explanations, and score reports to help you better understand and improve your results.
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