Miller Analogies Skill Practice!: Practice Test Questions for the Miller Analogies Test (Paperback)
MAT(R) study guide, prepared by our dedicated team of exam experts, including practice test questions. Everything you need to pass the MAT(R)
MAT(R) Skill Practice will help you:
- Increase your score with multiple choice strategies from exam experts
- Practice with 2 complete Miller Analogies practice question sets (over 250 questions)
- Make an MAT(R) study plan and study schedule
- Analogy Strategy
- How to answer Analogies
- General Knowledge Practice Questions
- General Knowledge Lists
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Practice Really Does Make Perfect
The more questions you see, the more likely you are to pass the test. And between our study guide and practice tests, you'll have over 250 practice questions that cover every category. You can fine-tune your knowledge in areas where you feel comfortable and be more efficient in improving your problem areas.
Our practice test questions have been developed by our dedicated team of experts. All the material in the study guide, including every practice question, is designed to engage the critical thinking skills that are needed to pass the Miller Analogies(R) Test.
Study When and Where You Want
Includes a FREE ebook version suitable for any smartphone, iPhone, iPad or tablet, that you can immediately download after purchasing. You can practice your questions after working out at the gym, while you're waiting on a friend for lunch, or over your morning cup of coffee. Whenever you have those spare moments, you can consistently build your confidence.
Heard it Before?
Maybe you have read this kind of thing before, and maybe feel you don't need it, and you are not sure if you are going to buy this book. Even if our test tips increase your score by a few percentage points, isn't that worth it?
Remember it only a few percentage points divide the PASS from the FAIL students.
Why not do everything you can to get the best score on the MAT(R)?