MAT: Miller Analogies Test
The Miller Analogy test (MAT) is a psychological test. MAT assesses the logical and analytical ability of the candidates required for success in graduate school and in professional life. MAT assesses a candidate's fluency in the
English language, and your general knowledge of the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics,
and social sciences. MAT is a 60 Minutes Test and contains 120 partial analogies.
Undergraduate students typically take the MAT prior to applying to graduate school, some undergraduate institutions recommend all high school applicants to take the examination to supplement their application portfolio.
Candidates with physical disability: Any candidate who wish to take MAT and is physically disabled as per American disability Act can take the test without any additional fee.
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