The Best Test Preparation for the MAT: Miller Analogies Test

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Research & Education Association, May 24, 2005 - Study Aids - 432 pages
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Be prepared, then get ready to MAX the MAT! Our test experts show you how to score high and achieve the results you want.

This exciting 5th edition of REA’s MAT test prep features comprehensive, in-depth subject reviews of all areas tested on the MAT: Art, Music, Vocabulary, History, Science, Mythology... and more! Each detailed review is packed with analogy questions and test-specific strategies designed to raise your score.

Build your test-taking skills with REA’s eight full-length practice tests. Each test is carefully derived from the most recently administered MAT exams. All practice test questions are thoroughly answered and fully explained to provide a greater understanding of the MAT’s key analogy concepts.

Get all you need to master the MAT with this all-in-one test prep and study guide. At REA, we make it easy to get high scores!

- Features critical analogy review and analytical test strategies
- 8 Full-Length Exams with in-depth, detailed answers for smarter study
- Comprehensive subject reviews in Art, Vocabulary, History, Geography, Science, Mythology, and more
- Packed with test-taking tips, guessing strategies, and time management techniques

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I always tell anybody looking for guides taking standerized tests to make sure you get one with lots of practices tests and a good balance of terms and subject matter. This guide has both and helped ... Read full review

Review: MAT -- The Best Test Preparation for the Miller Analogies Test: 5th Edition

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Ugh, I guess it's good. It's just something i gotta do if i want to go back to school. Read full review

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Library Scences Consultant, Morristown, NJ

Marc Davis is a former newspaper reporter, the author of two novels, and a freelance journalist specializing in business, medical, historical, and cultural subjects. His writing and reporting have appeared in national publications and on the Internet. He attended the University of Illinios, Chicago, and New York University. Davis lives in a Chicago suburb.

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