Accuracy screenshots

Why would it be? I failed at 田 when answering rice filed instead of paddy (or vice versa, don’t remember). Radicals are out to get you. It’s in their nature…

how to get this screen shot?

@prashantng https://www.idigtech.com/wanikani/

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haha yes. book. see? I’m even getting the basics wrong trying to explain it

Oh my god. Stupid rice field and rice paddy. I just added the synonym. It drove me insane

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Not great, but I do a lot of reviews on my phone or tablet and in the beginning got a lot of typos. Now I’ve learnt to be careful with 3- and 4-letter words :smiley:

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Just posting to be like all the cool kids, though mine’s pretty meaningless since I’ve only been reviewing levels 1-3 for the past 4 months…

I do virtually all my reviews on my phone too. Perhaps I should stop :confused:.

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…yep, i’m real bad at remembering stuff

For those feeling insecure about their accuracy, don’t. Not everyone started learning Japanese with WK.

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I snipped a bit more than the rest because I find context cool too. Although I can see everyone’s level now, in a month people will hopefully have leveled and these stats won’t be in context. I could get that average level-up down more, but I do no wanikani on weekends. I should change that.

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Oh, maybe I should have pointed that out. I still recognize* a lot of kanji from before I started WK, so my accuracy isn’t too surprising.

*by recognise I mean I have at least an idea of its use, which makes it much easier to learn. Often there are a few kanji per level for which I already know the meaning but I don’t remember many of the readings anymore.

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I have tons of leeches that I haven’t really had the energy to try to… un-leech :stuck_out_tongue:
Recently I’ve been trying to go faster during reviews, so I get more wrong, but I find it more useful for me… so far. I’ll get to check more of the meanings of words/kanji that don’t come naturally to me.

I’m still dealing with the mess I created on my first levels by reviewing mainly on mobile, it’s not nice :frowning:

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I think I have done about 5 reviews ever on mobile in total and ran out of there as fast as possible.

And speaking of messes…

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I’m one of the folks who started learning Japanese with WK. ^^ I’m not terribly careful when I do my reviews, either. I either make a mistake from not thinking while I type or mark it wrong if I don’t think of the answer right away, but I get through my review sessions really quickly, too.

In lower levels, I used to have around 92% accuracy, but now there are so many similar looking kanji that I confuse all the time. sighs I also haven’t bothered to distinguish between the leeches so they keep coming back, too. Blep. (I have done more reviews than Lvl 60 @polv, tehehehe!)

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More than 10% diference from pronunciation to meaning, any advise in how to improve that?

I posted this in another thread at about level 27.

At about level 34 it was really getting rough. All the easy burns ( like “dog” and “rain” and such) were gone. Apprentice items often were 150+ and guru items 600+ (it used to be 60-90 apprentice and 300-500 guru). I was sure accuracy had gone down. To my surprise it’s still about the same.

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Vocabs is slightly down and kanji is slightly up. Maybe all that writing practise I’ve been doing lately is showing results.

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Maybe make your own mnemonics if the ones provided aren’t working for you. I do this a lot!

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The sooner you take care of what you’re getting wrong, the best. Always review the items you got wrong after your review sessions :slight_smile: