Today I learned that the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) will be retired by Pearson in November of this year. The MAT is a graduate admissions test developed by Dr. W. S. Miller of the University of Minnesota in 1926 (decades before the creation of the GRE and GMAT tests). For many years it was offered by The Psychological Corporation, and later by Harcourt and Pearson.
Though obscure, the MAT is still accepted by some schools.
As the name suggests, the test mostly consists of analogies. It also contains a little bit of math, curiously.