How to Use the Ranking Table
There are a lot of readings, so use the Ranking Table to organize the readings, set up a study schedule and determine how much time to spend on each article. Not all topics are tested equally, so they don’t deserve equal amounts of your attention. Unlike Exam 5, you don't have to read the articles in any particular order. Tip: Here's another way to use the table to your advantage. If you have more time to study, read a higher ranked article that requires more concentration. Tired after a long day at work? Get a lower ranked article out of the way. Click here for more tips on how to use the ranking table.
By Rank (based roughly on pts-per-exam over recent exams)
in the grid indicate related readings. (Not all relationships are indicated - there would be too many colours.)
If the link is red then the wiki article is not yet available. Due to the late availability of the updated syllabus readings, these readings will be added during January and February 2021. Click Syllabus Changes for a list of new, deleted, and modified readings. The modified readings will also be updated over January and February 2021, but usually these changes are minor. Any material changes will be noted in the twitter feed on the home page and in the wiki articles themselves.for 2021.Spring are outlined in red. (Modified readings are not outlined.)