Miller Analogies Test
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a high-level analytic ability test requiring individuals to solve problems that are stated as analogies. It is intended to assess an individual’s ability to recognize relationships between ideas, fluency in the English language, and general knowledge of literature, philosophy, history, science, math, and the fine arts. Most of the analogies on the MAT are verbal, but a few are quantitative. The exam lasts 60 minutes and includes 120 partial analogies.
- Bring two forms of I.D. – one photo I.D., such as a driver’s license or student I.D., with signature, and any other form of I.D.
- Calculators (including watches with built-in calculators), books, papers, or any reference materials are NOT permitted.
- Testers may not ask questions once testing has begun; questions should be asked before the test begins.
- There is no break in the test time. Testers are NOT allowed to leave before the scheduled end time (except in the case of an emergency).
- Any tester caught giving or receiving assistance will be required to immediately leave the test. The test will not be scored, and fees will not be refunded.
- The OSU Testing Center only administers the computer-based version of the test.
- Unofficial scores are available immediately following the test. Official scores will be mailed to you from the testing company within 10-15 business days after the testing date.
For more information about scoring and the types of analogies found on the exam, please visit the official website at: http://www.milleranalogies.com