Miller Analogies Test
Test Description: The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a high-level analytic ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies. Most of the analogies on the MAT are verbal analogies, and a few are quantitative. The test consists of 120 partial analogies that are to be completed in 60 minutes.
The MAT is intended to assess your ability to recognize relationships between ideas, your fluency in the English language, and your general knowledge of literature, philosophy, history, science, mathematics, and fine arts. There is no foreign-language edition of the MAT. You are not permitted to use a dictionary or any other reference aid when taking the MAT. (Taken from the official MAT/Psychological Corp. website)
Eligibility: This test is accepted by some graduate schools in place of the GRE (Graduate Record Exams)
Registration: Register for the MAT by filling out the MAT Registration form and mailing it to our office along with the payment by the deadline. Late registration is available with additional $15 fee.
Test fees: The fee for this exam is $70.00, payable by check made out to UofA or cash.
ID Requirement: For examinees testing within their country of citizenship (American students) any government-issued identification such as passport, drivers license, state ID, and military ID are all acceptable. If you are not testing in your own country of citizenship, you MUST bring your passport in order to be tested.
|MAT Test Dates
|December 11, 2013
||November 11, 2013