WCSU Testing Center

Miller Analogies Test Get Started

Steps to Get Started

1- Register for the MAT Examination

Decide on a date: Select a test date from WCSU Testing Center HOME page.

Register as soon as possible by submitting the Registration Form along with the required fee. Registration forms will not be accepted without payment. You will receive a detailed confirmation latter with the date selected, time, location, and other information via email prior to selected test date. All communication from the Testing Center is conveyed through email including confirmation letters.

Students with Disabilities – Students with documented disabilities, please contact AccessAblity Services (AAS) at 203-837-8225 (voice), 203-837-3235 (TTY) or aas@wcsu.edu for accommodation request and provide justification from your doctor three (3) weeks prior to the test date. Once approved, AAS will notify the Testing Center and provide the appropriate documentation.

For more information visit MAT Accommodations

Testing Sessions – Exams start promptly at 9:00am, 11:00am, and 1:00pm. Candidates are schedules in the order their registration form is received starting with the 9:00am session and rolling over into the next available time. Candidates are required to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to appointment time. You will not be admitted after the testing session had begun. Late arrivers will need to register and submit the non-refundable registration fee again to plan accordingly.

Fees – The non-refundable or non-transferable MAT test fee must be submitted with the completed registration form. Testing fees are subject to change without notice.

Alternative Testing Date – No longer available

Testing Center Address: Mail or Drop off completed registration form with the  fee to:

By Mail In Person
WCSU Testing Center
Midtown Student Center 227
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810
WCSU Testing Center
Midtown Student Center 227*
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810

*Walk-ins: please call 203-837-8877 to ensure staff availability

2 – Prepare for your exam(s)

Check out the available study materials, including Preparing for the MAT, Take an Online Practice Test and other study resources.

3Day of Examination

Click above for important information

4 – Score Reports

Pearson does all the scoring and reporting of scores for the MAT, the Testing Center is responsible for administering the test. You will receive a printout of your raw score at the completion of the exam.

About your score: To learn about how MAT exams are scored click here

Additional Information

Retaking MAT Examination

You may take the MAT again by registering for another test date and paying the test fee.