How to Prepare for the MAT Miller Analogies Test
A description and analysis of the MAT gives examples of the different kinds of analogies that make up the exam. An extensive vocabulary list covers general, anthropology, historical, and literature terms. Approximately 100 practice questions, with answers, are offered for drill and review.
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Two Achieving Success on the Miller Analogies Test
Practice in Analogical Thinking
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