Miller Analogies Test

  • The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a computer-based test that assesses your ability to recognize relationships between ideas, your fluency in the English language, and your general knowledge of literature, philosophy, history, science, mathematics, and fine arts. It is a computer-based test used for graduate admissions.

    Scheduling Click to Schedule

    Tests may be scheduled during regular Testing Center business hours, subject to availability. Please schedule your test and then complete your registration through Marketplace.


    Cost is $75, payable when you register for the test through Marketplace.

    On Testing Day: Two Forms of Identification are Required

    You must present two valid (i.e., unexpired) forms of identification (ID). Your primary form of ID must be government-issued and contain both your photograph and your signature. The second form of ID is not required to have your photograph or signature.

    Acceptable primary forms of ID (government-issued with photograph and signature) include:

    • Driver's license
    • Government-issued identification card or passport

    Acceptable secondary forms of ID (photograph and signature not required) include:

    • Credit card
    • Library card
    • Utility bill with your name and address appearing exactly the same as on your primary form of ID

    General Information

    Testing Center locations

    View the MAT website for additional information.