Prioritize the Most Frequently Tested Readings on Your Fellowship Exam
The Exam Analysis Cheat Sheet Shows You Which Ones
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You want to make sure you have an in-depth understanding of the most commonly tested readings.
Your study time is limited so you need to know which readings should be top priority.
You want to know all past exam questions that are applicable to each reading on the syllabus.
If so, the Exam Analysis Cheat Sheet is for you.
Why Students Recommend the Cheat Sheet
⇒ Clarity and insight into which readings to prioritize
⇒ Organized and focused study time
⇒ A summary of past exam questions by reading
⇒ Guaranteed unlimited access until you pass the exam
⇒ Instant delivery to your inbox
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How’s it work?
The Exam Analysis Cheat Sheet is delivered in an Excel Workbook and contains a listing of all the readings that have ever been tested.
I’ve analysed past exams and determined the likelihood of each reading being tested on the upcoming exam. The likelihoods are based on the number of times that the reading has been tested relative to the number of opportunities it has had to be tested since Fall 2013.
For example, if an exam has 10 questions, each reading had 10 opportunities to be tested on that exam.
The Exam Analysis Cheat Sheet uses a five color system to show you the relative likelihood of each reading being tested.
A green reading is highly likely to be tested. Yellow and orange readings have a lesser probability of being tested. Red readings have never been tested. White readings don’t have enough history to analyse yet.
The Exam Analysis Cheat Sheet also shows you which past exam questions you can refer to for practice of any of the previously tested readings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Couldn't I just make this myself?
Yes, you could. But the first one I created took me over 8 hours to create so your time could be much better spent studying! It’s also very tedious since the SOA seems to slightly change the name of most readings each time they create a new syllabus.
Do I need the Cheat Sheet?
When writing a fellowship exam, every little bit helps. If the cheat sheet increases your score by only 5-10 points, wouldn’t that be worth it?
Do you know which readings are going to be tested?
No. I have summarized past exam data to find the trends. I’ve used these trends to help make predictions in which readings are most likely to be tested on exam day. There are no guarantees.