When you register for an exam you gain access to the curriculum materials for your exam level, including study session outlines, learning outcome statements (LOS), and source references for the readings.
Each level of the curriculum is organized into 18 study sessions, with each study session containing a number of readings. There are learning outcome statements at the beginning of each reading.
What is a Learning Outcome Statement?
Learning Outcome Statements (LOS) are descriptions of specific knowledge, skills, and abilities that you should be able to apply after you complete a reading. The statements use command words such as “demonstrate,” “formulate,” or “evaluate” to indicate how much you should know about a given topic.
View the LOS command words (PDF)
We continually update the curriculum with errata — corrections we collect, verify, and publish for your review. See the latest errata (if any) above.
Study Session Outlines and LOS
Select an exam level below to view:
- The actual curriculum content for Study Session 1 (for each level)
- An outline of each of the 18 study sessions for each level
- Learning outcome statements (LOS) for the readings in each study session
- Reading assignment source references
You can also view the information above for all 18 study session outlines combined into one file and a curriculum index for each exam level.