Miller Analogies Test
Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
is a high-level test of analytical ability
that requires the solution of problems stated as analogies. The MAT
consists of 120 partial analogies that allow you 60 minutes to complete.
The test measures your ability to recognize relationships between ideas,
your fluency in the English language, and your general knowledge of the
humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, and social sciences.
WCSU Testing Center is an open testing
center, that is, any candidate from WCSU or other institution, who is
properly registered, may test here.
Generally, MAT exams are administered at WCSU one Saturday per month
except for summer months. In the event that the dates posted is not
convenient, you may schedule an Individualized Testing Session at an
by appointment only and upon availability of the proctor.
Registrations forms are accepted (upon availability)
until one week prior to the posted test dates. Once we receive your
completed registration form with payment and it is approved, you will
receive a detailed confirmation letter with the date selected, time and
pertinent information prior to the selected test date. All
communication from the Testing Center is conveyed through email
including confirmation letters.
Many Graduate programs, including Western
Connecticut State University’s (WCSU) Division of Graduate Studies, use
the MAT as a way to determine eligibility for entrance into graduate
The non-refundable/non-transferable MAT
test fee must be submitted with the
registration form. Testing fees are subject to
change without notice.
Many Graduate programs, including
Western Connecticut State University’s (WCSU) Division of Graduate
Studies, use the MAT as a way to determine eligibility for entrance into
in taking the MAT exam?
Future Test Dates -
Register as Soon as Possible - Dates
- Saturday, January 11, 2014
- Saturday, February 22, 2014
- Saturday, March 29, 2014
- Saturday, April 26, 2014
Check back for future dates.
Testing schedule is subject to change without notice.