The Miller Analogies Test, or MAT, is a high-level mental ability test requiring the solution of problems stated as analogies.
The total cost of an MAT exam is $100. You can create an appointment using Registerblast.
Be aware that you will not be permitted to leave the testing room until the scheduled end of the test (except in the case of an approved special accommodation, medical situation, or emergency).
It is your responsibility to completely and accurately provide all the required information when registering with us.
You must register and pay the MAT fee a minimum of two days prior to the date you wish to take the test.
There is a rescheduling fee of $25.
You have to bring two forms of ID. They must be not-expired form of government-issued photo identification with signature, webcam photo, and e-signature verification before beginning an assessment. Read our Rules and Procedures.
- Visit www.MillerAnalogies.com for comprehensive instructions.
- Please refer to Disability Accommodation on the MAT website to access a printable Accommodations Request Form.
- If you have any questions about requesting an accommodation after reviewing the MAT website, email or call MAT Customer Relations.
- Indicate during registration that you are requesting ADA accommodations. Provide your full name and contact information. We will email you to confirm your request.
If you are an FGCU student you must register with the Office of Adaptive Services to request disability-related accommodations.
Additional documentation may be required if your documentation is not sufficient or you request changes to accommodations initially requested. To process your request for an accommodation, Pearson must notify the Office of Testing and Assessment Services of the additional information at least six weeks before the desired examination date.
If you receive special accommodations for a MAT administration and then wish to retake the MAT with the same accommodations within one year, you will need to submit a new Accommodations Request Form but will not need to provide the supporting documentation a second time. However, you must contact MAT Customer Relations to confirm that your original documentation is still current and on file.
Performance on the MAT is designed to reflect candidates’ analytical thinking, an ability that is critical for success in both graduate school and professional life.
Through analogies with content from various academic subjects, MAT scores help graduate schools identify candidates whose knowledge and abilities go beyond mere memorizing and repeating information.
The analytical skills measured by the MAT are key to success in graduate school and are highly valued by graduate programs. For more than 50 years, the MAT has proven to be a reliable and valid test for assessing candidates for graduate school. Predictive validity studies conducted by Pearson and by independent researchers have shown positive correlations between MAT scores and subsequent success in graduate programs.
You may find more information on the MAT Candidate Information Booklet.