Office of Educational Assessment

MAT

Miller Analogies Test

FEE: $90 – individual appointment

Fees are payable to the University of Washington at the time of testing, in cash or check only. Credit and debit cards are NOT accepted.

LOCATION: Room 440, Schmitz Hall, Testing Center
REGISTRATION:

To register for an exam, please call (206-543-1171), email (testingcenter@uw.edu) or stop by during Testing Center hours. 

Please register at least two weeks in advance of the desired test date.

TEST LENGTH: 60 minutes. Allow extra time for instructions before testing.
ON THE DAY OF THE TEST: The examinee must bring picture identification, a Social Security number, #2 pencils, and the testing fee of $90.00. If you arrive after the scheduled check-in time, or if you arrive without photo identification, you will not be admitted to the examination. No aids are permitted during the test. You may not bring dictionaries, books, scratch paper, calculators, or notebooks with you on the day of the test. Note: Test format will be computer-based.
RESULTS: Results from the test are mailed to the examinee as well as the examinee’s institutions in approximately three weeks after the test date. You will receive a Preliminary Score Report upon completion of the test. The scores displayed on this report are still pending verification by Pearson and therefore the Preliminary Score Report is not official and cannot be presented to schools as a substitute for an Official Transcript.
RETESTS: Examinees may retest immediately without a waiting period.
STUDY: In Schmitz 440, you may pick-up a Candidate Information Booklet, published by Pearson Education, Inc., which creates and scores the MAT. If you are unable to pick-up a booklet before the day of the test, they will be available before the examination. You can also download the booklet directly from Pearson. The booklet contains 50 sample questions, although there are 120 questions on the actual examination. In addition, there are study guides and test preparation guides for the MAT at many bookstores.
QUESTIONS: For questions regarding other testing locations, score reports, replacement Retest Admission Tickets, etc., contact Pearson Education, Inc., at (800) 622-3231.

Disability Accommodation

To request disability accommodation for testing, please contact the OEA Testing Center at (206) 543-1171 or via email at testingcenter@u.washington.edu before registering for the test.