Miller Analogy Test (MAT)

About the exam:

The MAT is an exam that assesses the analytical ability of candidates for graduate school. It is a test that is often used by graduate programs as a requirement for admission. It measures the analytical skills of candidates to determine the relationships between different subject areas, or it measures the ability of your brain to make connections.  Most programs requiring a MAT score will be in the education or social service areas.

For more information about the exam visit: Pearson - MAT Website

Cost:

The exam fee is $120 payable directly to Missouri S&T Testing Center. Three Official Transcripts are included in your Test Fee, but the school recipients must be designated at the time of testing. These transcripts are mailed directly to the schools you specify when you take the MAT. 

Registration and Scheduling:

The MAT is a computer-based exam and is administered by appointment only, Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

To schedule fill out the exam registration below and select the date/time request.  You will receive a confirmation of your appointment. 

Exam Registration Form Button

 

On Test Day:

  • Bring two (2) valid governmental ID (see more information below)
  • Provide your Social Security Number (SSN), if applicable
  • Locked storage is available on-site for personal items now allowed in the testing center

Two Forms of Identification are required to be seated for testing.

You must present original (no photo/digital copies) valid (unexpired) forms of identification (ID). Your primary form of ID must be government-issued with name, photo, and signature.

Acceptable primary forms of valid, government-issued, unexpired primary IDs with photograph and signature include: 

  • Passport
  • Driver’s license
  • Military ID
  • Government-issued identification card
  • Alien registration card
  • Canadian Health Care Card

Your secondary ID must include your name, but your photo and signature are not required. 

  • Acceptable forms of valid, unexpired secondary IDs include:
  • Major credit/debit card (e.g., American Express, MasterCard, Visa) with or without a photograph
  • Library card
  • Student ID Utility bill (with your first and last names and address appearing exactly the same as on your primary form of ID)
  • Any government-issued ID without a visible signature, or with an embedded

Candidates may request reasonable accommodations for the MAT.  Our center is equipped with accessible seating, individual rooms, and allows for extended time requests. Accommodations must be approved by Pearson before scheduling with the Testing Center.

Visit MAT webpage for more information and approval process: Pearson - MAT Accommodations