Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is a computer-based, high-level mental ability test, requiring the solution of problems in the form of analogies. This exam is required for entry into many graduate programs. For more information on test content and how to prepare for the exam, visit the MAT website directly.
A $100 proctoring fee, paid at the time of registration, is required.
Appointments are required and available as space permits. You must schedule through our online scheduling system at least two days prior to your intended testing date.
The proctoring fee is $100 paid by debit/credit card, at the time of registration. The $100 proctoring fee is non-refundable. Appointments can be rescheduled with a $50 fee by contacting Testing Services directly.
Be prepared on your test day with:
- A current ID that contains both your photograph and signature.
- A second form of ID that has either a photograph or a signature.
See the MAT Candidate Information Booklet for more information on ID requirements.
Testing Services has free, secure lockers to store all personal items that are not allowed into the testing room.
After the test, a preliminary score will appear on the computer screen and you will receive a printed unofficial score report. An official score report will be sent by mail to you and the schools you designate 10 – 15 business days after you test. The Psychological Corporation scores all exams, keeps records, and sends out score reports. For more information about Scoring and Score Reporting see the MAT Information page.
Candidates requesting special accommodations should submit the Accommodations Request form and all other necessary documentation directly to MAT. Upon notification from MAT that your accommodation requests have been approved, please call SHAC Testing Services directly to schedule an appointment. Please do not schedule your testing appointment online.
For more information about MAT testing accommodations, see the MAT information page.