Hello, I have just started using WaniKani, and I really hope this can help me get over my intermediate plateau. I took al the Japanese courses I could in College/Uni but even though I got through all the levels I’m not fluent and I’d like to change that. Recently I’ve been combining self-study plus weekly courses at a private institute.
But all of that was a just a lengthy self-introduction I feel like I need to make since I’m new to this site. Please excuse the verbosity.
Now to the actual point. I hope to take the N3 exam in July. While I have been doing well in the old exam questions they have on the JLPT website, I keep struggling with the reading section. And kanji is the (primary) culprit.
What do you all do to help remember kanji for the JLPT? Any tips for differentiating the onomatopoeic words?
Words of wisdom for a JLPT newbie like myself are very much appreciated.