So I’m resuming WaniKani again after another long undesired but unavoidable hiatus. I initially used scripts to do my reviews by SRS order so I could quickly establish what I still remembered and bring my reviews down into smaller numbers and more manageable chunks, but now I’m at a point where part of me wants to start my lessons again while the other part of me is scared of making the mistake I made last time of resuming lessons too early before I had truly found out how many Enlightened items had dropped back down to Apprentice in my memory. I figure I’m probably not alone in having to resume WaniKani after a long break, so I’m asking the more experienced learners: anything I should look out for number-wise or pattern-wise? My numbers: Apprentice: 100 | Guru: 211 | Master: 293 | Enlightened: 935 | Burned: 280. In the next few days I have about 120 Enlightened and 60 Master items to review among a smattering of Apprentice and Guru items. I have 95 Level 12 lessons available and I’ve unlocked some but not all of the radicals and kanji for Level 12.
I know that everyone learns differently and has different amounts of time available, so I don’t necessarily expect a full lesson plan, but does anyone have any advice as to what some good indicators might be that it’s time to resume my lessons or that I need to wait a bit longer? Advice on whether or not to introduce lessons slowly into my reviews or wait until I’m caught up to my old memory before resuming all my lessons at once?
Thanks in advance! It’s good to be back.