Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a computer-based graduate school admissions test accepted by a limited number of schools and/or graduate programs. Less expensive and much shorter than the GRE, the MAT does not include separate verbal, quantitative, and analytical sections. Used primarily by programs which do not require advanced mathematics skill. The test consists of 120 questions and has a time limit of 60 minutes.
Sample analogies may be found in the booklet titled MAT Candidate Information Booklet which may be obtained in the Testing Center.
- Cost: $100
- Register: Call (435) 613-5325 to register.
- Scores: Available by mail approximately 2-4 weeks after the test date