Cracking the MAT, 3rd Edition

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The Princeton Review, 2002 - Study Aids - 224 pages
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The MAT covers areas as diverse as history, mathematics, science, anagrams, and literature. We don’t try to teach you everything there is to know about these subjects–only what you’ll need to know to score higher on the MAT. There’s a big difference. In Cracking the MAT, 3rd Edition, we’ll teach you how to think like the test makers and

·Use Process of Elimination and our three-pass system to attach test questions
·Improve your score by focusing on the material most likely to appear on the test
·Build your knowledge with study lists for each area tested
·Practice your test taking skills on our comprehensive sample tests

This book includes 7 full-length practice MAT exams. All of our practice test questions are just like the ones you’ll see on the actual MAT, and we fully explain every solution.
 

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Contents

OVERVIEW
1
What is the Miller Analogies Test?
3
How to Think About the MAT
7
Taking the MAT
11
Cracking the System Basic Principles
15
Cracking the System Advanced Principles
19
HOW TO CRACK THE MAT
23
Cracking the Analogies
25
Quiz 2
91
Sciences
95
Quiz 3
101
Numbers Math Currencies and Other Numerical Trivia
105
Excercise 1
111
Quiz 4
113
Word Particulars
117
Quiz 5
122

Excercise 1
29
Excercise 2
32
Excercise 3
38
The Types of Analogies
41
Excercise 1
47
Vocabulary
49
KNOWLEDGE AND CULTURE MAT STYLE
65
Culture
67
Artistic Culture
69
Quiz 1
78
History Religion Mythology and Geography
83
PRACTICE TESTS
125
Practice Test 1
127
Practice Test 2
133
Practice Test 3
139
Practice Test 4
145
Practice Test 5
151
Practice Test 6
157
Practice Test 7
163
PRACTICE TESTS ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS
169
About the Author
199
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