Missing kanji from JLPT Official Practice Workbooks (Vol.2) N5-N1

I was bulding some tables to prepare for N5, including list of all kinji from related official practice workbook to connect it with WaniKani for learning.
And I found that actually some kanji from it are missing in WaniKani, so I decided to extend my investigation to N5-N1 and share it with you.

I’m just on my first steps in studying Japanese and as for me, some kanji highly like would be good to be added, meanwhile others (like used it names) can be ignored.
Feel free to correct me if you think these should not be considered as missing, it would be nice to know explanation.

Just sharing all my finding to make it comprehensive.

1. 彙

N5 Vocabulary, page 1

Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high

Jisho.org

2. 榊

N2 Reading, page 16

Jisho.org

3. 繋

N2 Listening script, page 7

Jisho.org

4. 誡

N4 Vocabulary, page 3

Jisho.org

5. 堵

N1 Vocabulary, page 3

Jinmeiyō kanji, used in names

Jisho.org

6. 頷

N1 Grammar, page 10

Jisho.org

7. 薫

N1 Grammar, page 10

Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
JLPT level N1
1849 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Jisho.org

8. 馴

N1 Reading, page 16

Jinmeiyō kanji, used in names

Jisho.org

9. 彦

N1 Reading, page 18

Jinmeiyō kanji, used in names
JLPT level N1
1117 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Jisho.org

10. 沽

N1 Reading, page 20

Jisho.org

11. 浩

N1 Reading, page 23

Jinmeiyō kanji, used in names
JLPT level N1
1149 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Jisho.org

12. 廣

N1 Reading, page 27

Jinmeiyō kanji, used in names
2487 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Jisho.org

13. 氾

N1 Reading, page 27

Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high

Jisho.org

14. 濫

N1 Reading, page 27

Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
JLPT level N1

Jisho.org

15. 賜

N1 Listening script, page 8

Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
JLPT level N1
2190 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Jisho.org

16. 嗅

N1 Listening script, page 18

Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
2480 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Jisho.org

I see that most of them are from N1, but I passed N4, and I still don’t know the kanji for the N5 and N4 ones you mention.

This is all that comes up when you search the first one in jisho:

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And while it says はりねずみ as a reading, that’s not the kanji that you use for that, and that is usually written in kana anyway. Also, not a word you really need to know for the test (or in general).

Just think that that might be the case for the other kanji you posted.

Some look familiar, of course, but I don’t think WaniKani not having them is an actual issue.

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彙 isn’t N5. It was shown on the N5 test because it’s the 語彙 (vocab) section.

And 誡 isn’t N4. It just showed up on the N4 test. I imagine it was included solely because it looks similar to 試, which is part of the answer.

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This one kind of exception, because it’s actually not a part of the tasks text, but from running title
My point was to be able to understand everything you can see in test when you hold it in hands

In this case it’s word “Vocabulary” and I didn’t find such way of writing of it in WaniKani

:o