Miller Analogies Test – Friday, June 11, 2010 – John V. Karavitis

John V. Karavitis took the Miller Analogies Test this afternoon.

I had this crazy idea that it started at 6:00 PM;  it really started at 5:30 PM!!  I barely had enough time to get my Scantron answer sheet John V. Karavitis and fill out the basics.

The test itself wasn’t that difficult, I, John V. Karavitis, will be really really surprised if I got even a single item wrong.  I was finished in about 50 minutes (it’s a one hour exam).

They say that the analogies are presented in order of difficulty;  I didn’t believe this, although about a dozen or so of the last 40 or so questions did make me think a little harder than the first 80 of the 120 total questions.

John V. Karavitis will learn the results of the Miller Analogies Test within four weeks.  Woo hoo!

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About johnvkaravitis

Senior Financial Analyst: Energy, Insurance, IT consulting, Pharmaceuticals, Publishing, Real Estate
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2 Responses to Miller Analogies Test – Friday, June 11, 2010 – John V. Karavitis

  1. April says:

    What format are the questions presented in?

    1:2::3:_?
    or
    1:2:: _:_?

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