100000 Reviews, yay!


#1

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How many reviews do YOU have?


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#2

Only 17,000… :cry: the radish has a long way to go…

that seems like so many though!


#3

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Devoted myself to the crabrigator.

EDIT: 100000 totals reviews at level 35? Whoa, guess there’s still a long way to go…


#4

Not at 100k yet even tho I’m higher level. Guess that few % difference of having items right or not matters quite a lot in the long run ;p


#5

But… how are you on 99.7% for radicals? That’s insane!


#6

Radicals are generally the easiest to remember and not quite as important in the long run. If I get a radical wrong just before burning it then I usually just ignore it. As long as I know the kanjis, I don’t mind not remembering the radicals in the end (seeing as they’re made up by WK anyways).


#7

Aaaaah. I don’t trust myself with the ignore script so I haven’t installed it :sweat_smile:

Otherwise I would definitely use it for radicals - I agree that so long as I’m able to use the mnemonics effectively it doesn’t matter whether I can remember them perfectly on their own. I’m still bitter over getting ‘cobra’ and ‘snake’ wrong before adding them as synonyms for each other.


#8

Exactly! Also, you get reminded of what the radicals are whenever you learn a Kanji anyways, so it kinda breaks the “pure” SRS of them anyways I think.


#9

Yeah, I agree, and because some radicals are made up of others you wouldn’t always be able to tell which radicals make up a kanji without them telling you anyway. Like, um… ‘skin’ - it’s a ‘frog’ going down a ‘slide’, but could also be ‘stool’, ‘mullet’ and ‘stick’.


#10

Congratulations! How long have you been serving the crabigator to get to this point?

I’m at 46k reviews at level 15. My accuracy isn’t that great… I don’t study any of these items outside of WaniKani and sometimes I do reviews when I’m stressed tired or something like that. So I guess by level 35 I’ll have more than 100.000 reviews because I have to repeat my items more often. By then, my leeches will probably have sucked all the joy out of my life but well… whatever. :smiley:

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#11

I tend to only get radicals wrong when Koichi’s name for it sucks, because I can never wrap my head around what he’s looking at when he names it. Luckily, I can give it my own name, but I still need to guess it once before I can do that…


#12

Holly cow, I’m not even 10% of the way there :rofl:
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#13

wani kani


#14

Radical reviewers separated at birth.


#15

I might reach 100k reviews in the next 2 months :thinking:

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#16

Wow how is everyone so accurate… I thought I usually do well, but then would have a bad session with like 67%…


#17

Well my accuracy is currently decreasing slowly since the words are getting much harder. I found the first 20 levels rather manageable and had little problem but I bet my accuracy wont stay like this for long. I always have at least one or two failed items these days during reviews. I wouldn’t say your accuracy is poor so keep it going!


#18

Eh, don’t worry about mistakes too much. Some people are just better at memorizing information immediately than others. Like between @Vanilla and @jprspereira I probably have the lowest percent accuracy (especially vocabulary) but I can keep up a similar seven day level up schedule. So long as your workload is manageable and you can learn at a satisfactory pace, mistakes and just things you do to learn the information. No real difference than, for example, writing leaches on sticky notes.


#19

How are you able to be that accurate. My vocab is somewhere in the nineties and I can’t seem to budge any of them.


#20

Thanks for the encouragement. I am pretty good at memorisation, but Japanese vocab hits me hard very often. Very similarly looking kanji or having different endings, so I am not sure if its to ride or to get a ride, etc. So while my kanji and radicals have been getting better unless its a leech, vocabs are usually the ones I fail on…