- Roughly 20% of the exam — Write Seventh Chords above given roots. You might first I.D. chords at musictheory.net Exercises. (Choose Chord Identification.)
- About 20% of the exam — Perform a Roman numeral analysis of a simple hymn-like excerpt which includes secondary chords. First review my Introduction to Secondary Dominants. Next, practice with the online tutorials, worksheets, and real music at Applied Chords.
- Approximately 20% of the exam — Add soprano, alto and tenor lines to a figured bass according to the part writing principles.
- Give or take 10% of the exam — Answer questions about the form and harmony of a simple piano piece.
- Around 10% of the exam — Answer listening questions: Interval Ear Training, Scale I.D., Keyboard Harmony, and Error Detection.
- More or less 10% of the exam — Write secondary dominants and secondary leading tone chords above given Roman numerals. Tutorial I and Tutorial II
- Circa 10% of the exam — Write an Octatonic Scale, write a Blues Scale, know the keys of common Transposing Instruments, and learn my Instrumentation Basics. (See Instrumentation Questions.)