Barron's how to Prepare for the MAT, Miller Analogies Test

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Barron's Educational Series, 2001 - Study Aids - 311 pages
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A good score on the Miller Analogies Test is often a prerequisite for academic postgraduate study, or for high-level placement in some business firms. It is a 100-question, 50-minute exam that presents verbal analogies in the form of multiple-choice questions. This newly updated manual presents a diagnostic pretest and 10 complete practice MAT exams with answers explained plus approximately 1100 additional practice questions with answers. There is also extensive advice on solving analogy problems, short-entry definitions of terms that often appear on the MAT, and tips on coping with test anxiety.
 

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Contents

Answer Key for the Pretest
7
Item Classification Chart
19
Practice in Analogical Thinking
27
Thirty Helpful Hints
33
Advice on Preparing for the MAT
43
Three Kinds of Analogies Found on
47
Relationships Used in MAT Analogies
53
Distribution of Categories
59
Practice Test 4
120
Practice Test 5
139
Practice Test 6
158
Practice Test 7
178
Practice Test 9
217
Practice Test 10
237
Review for the Miller Analogies Test
257
Part
307

Practice Test 2
81
Practice Test 3
101
Answer Sheets
313
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