What Is a Good Scaled Score on the MAT?

A good scaled score on the Miller Analogies Test is any score above 400, which is the average. Scaled scores are intended to eliminate bias introduced by varying test questions and are calculated by comparing raw scores to a control group of previous tests.

The MAT is a standardized test used in the United States for graduate school admission. Students must complete the 120-question test in less than an hour. The test is computer-based, and scores range between 200 and 600. Required minimum scores vary by educational institution, and different schools attach different degrees of importance to the test. A score in the 95th percentile is required to join the high-IQ group Mensa.