Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
- The primary photo ID must be a government ID (current driver’s license, state-issued ID, passport, etc.).
- The secondary ID can be a credit card, library card, Social Security card, voter registration card, or a utility bill that contains the your name and address.
NOTE: The names on your primary and secondary IDs must match and must be your current legal name. If you do not have an appropriate ID, you may not test, even if you are recently married or divorced.
You are required to show a passport if you are not testing in your country of citizenship.
- Test preparation materials are available through the MAT website.
- An online practice test is available for purchase through the MAT website.
- You may purchase study guides at most bookstores, but the only official study guide that is authorized by the company that makes the test is the one available from the company online.
- Accommodation information can be found on the MAT website under Disability Accommodations. Refer to the Accommodations for Candidates with Disabilities document to request processing information and the Documentation Needed to Request Accommodation.
- Make an appointment with the UAFS ADA Coordinator. They can help you complete the form, if necessary, and will write a letter outlining what accommodations are appropriate for you.
- Submit the completed
Accommodations Request Form and the letter from the ADA coordinator to the Academic Success Center. A request will then be submitted to Pearson Assessment, which is the company that publishes the Miller Analogies Test.