I sorted iKnow’s Core 6000 into lists that coincide with WK levels. Like WK, in each course you will only find vocabulary using kanji from that level or previous levels.
Each individual course is sorted from top to bottom as 0 to 6000. That means the more common words are at the top, advanced words found in the later 6000 courses will be at the bottom. I imagine some people might prefer to study from top to bottom and stop once they get to less common words.
You can click on the vocab word in the course page to view another page that will say it’s level (ie Beginner, Upper Intermediate, etc). Personally I find it better to do 40-60% of a levels vocab and then move onto next level, and then come back to finish the second half when you’re ready for the less common words, or you’re waiting to level up in WaniKani.
Also included are three courses for kanji-less vocab. (is there a term for that?)
I used a script to sort these. I only caught a few errors resulting from internet issues, but given the volume I was only able to check a few courses. If you notice any errors please let me know. As you can see in the numbers below, there are 85 missing items. I suspect they are kanji not found in WK.
I think your progress on items should carry over to these courses? My progress did, but perhaps someone else can check if that’s true for everyone else.
See my one year+ progress update and general Japanese advice.
iKnow Total vocab: 6000
Total vocab in these courses: 5915
Kanji-less vocab: 929
Kanji vocab in these courses: 4986
iKnow-WaniKani Core 6000 Level 1 - 60:
( @keisuke1989 I noticed you were looking for this )