MAT Practice Test 4+

Miller Analogies Exam Prep


Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 5 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



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What’s New

Version 1.4

Fixed database errors and omissions. enhanced user flow and improved performance.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

bpfvr ,

Fix answers

There are a number of questions that will count the correct answer wrong despite it being stated as correct in the explanation

ZeroDeltae ,

Frustrating misspellings and errors

Some of the misspellings change the meaning of the question or response, like “firearm” for “forearm.” Obviously a “firearm” is not “part of the arm below the elbow.” Others are just sloppy and annoying, “avirary” for “aviary,” “statosphere” for “stratosphere.” The most frustrating issue is when a correct answer is marked as wrong, but is given as the correct response in the question explanation. For example: “earth:______::mars: phobos.” The answer is “moon,” but it’s marked as incorrect. When you tap the explanation, “Venus” is listed as the correct response in green at the top, but the explanation itself reads, “The moon is a satellite of earth. Phobos is a satellite of Mars.” I’ve encountered six examples of this particular error so far. It’s really too bad, because this would be the best MAT prep app I’ve found without all the sloppy mistakes.

GirlSailorD ,

Useful study tool, but beware of errors!

I came on to see if anyone else was having issues with correct answers being marked incorrect but explained correctly. I see that I’m not alone.

Wessex is in fact the setting of Hardy’s work, not Dickens’, thank you very much. An appendix and an epilogue have more in common than overture, as well. I received the same incorrect earth:moon/Venus as a previous review, so that has yet to be corrected.

As long as you read the explanations you should be good, but it’s certainly frustrating.

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