Best Study Guide for Miller Analogies Test (MAT)?
February 16, 2011 4:09 PM   Subscribe

Best Study Guide for Miller Analogies Test (MAT)?

I just signed up to take the Miller Analogies Test on March 30th, so I have plenty of time to prepare. I'm wondering if any of you would suggest a specific MAT test-taking practice book or series of practice tests? It's been years since I've taken a standardized test, so I'm a little rusty. I'm willing to put out some money if I need to. I just don't want to get ripped off by some shady internet site that might be selling junky study guides and whatnot. Any suggestions would be most welcome. Thank you!
posted by Twoapennything to Education (2 answers total)
My mom took it ages ago and swore by Barron's guide, though I notice the Amazon reviews for the recent edition aren't that great.
posted by SMPA at 4:31 PM on February 16, 2011

When I took it a few years ago, I found a site that offered inexpensive sample tests. I did well enough on the sample test that I didn't bother buying anything more.

How did you do on the analogy section of the SATs or other standardized tests back in the day? Since it is a way of thinking more than actual content, if you did well then, you will probably do well now.
posted by metahawk at 11:39 PM on February 16, 2011

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