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What Is Involved in the MAT® Assessment?
The Miller Analogies Test®, or MAT®, is a computer-administered test used for admission to graduate school. The entire exam is composed of incomplete analogies, for which the examinee can select from four word choices to complete. The purpose of the MAT® is to test the exam-taker’s mastery of the English language and one’s analytical thinking ability to consider relationships between things. Who Takes the MAT®? The MAT® is most often taken by graduate school candidates, although a high score on the exam may also be necessary for some high-IQ societies, such as Mensa, the Prometheus Societ...