Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a graduate level exam which tests the takers’ verbal comprehension and analytical thinking through a series of analogies. The questions on this exam test semantics, classifications, association, and logical/mathematical relationships. Content areas consist of any of the following: Humanities, Mathematics, Language, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and General content.
Find out about the Candidate Information Booklet, preparing to take the MAT, the MAT study guide and practice test, taking the MAT, scoring and score reporting, and disability accommodations:
If you would like to take the MAT, please contact the Grizzly Testing & Learning Center.
GTLC Testing Policy & Procedures
- Schedule an exam time to ensure testing room and computer availability
- Testing for the MAT is typically scheduled at either 2:00 pm or 3:00 pm on Wednesday afternoons and is subject to availability
- Students must schedule at least one week in advance
- Present two valid forms ID that adheres to the MAT requirements found in the Candidate Information Booklet
- Receipt of payment is required before administration or registration can begin
- $75 fee must be paid at the ASU Student Union Building cashier prior to exam
- Secure all personal belongings and unauthorized testing aids including cell phones and other electronic devices