The Miller Analogy Test (MAT)
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a standardized admissions test that measures one's ability to identify verbal analogies. Most of the analogies on the MAT are verbal analogies, and a few are quantitative. Both paper-based and computerized versions of the test are offered and consist of 100 partial analogies, arranged in order of difficulty, that are to be completed in 50 minutes.
Admissions committees use the MAT to assess a candidate's fluency in the English language, general knowledge of literature, history, science, mathematics, and fine arts, and ability to recognize relationships between ideas. There is no foreign-language edition of the MAT. Test takers are not permitted to use a dictionary or any other reference aid when taking the MAT. Passing scores vary depending on admissions requirements. Some universities accept MAT scores in lieu of GRE scores.
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