That was probably not a good idea but i didnt want to start learning for my exams ^^ I wonder how much accuracy i’ll get in my next review in a few hours.
Whats the biggest amount of lessons you guys have done in one go, and did you think it was too much to remember all of it?
Sometimes i do a lot more than usual if it is a bunch of radicals(but maybe only like 35 though). I have started doing 20 daily when i used to do 10 and i cant remember a thing
and don’t ever do this.
massive hour review waves suck
Yeah, sometimes they pile up and I end up doing around 100 at a time.
It’s managable when it’s just vocab lessons, however when you start throwing new kanji into the mix it gets hard.
I did like @tkyk the first few level (1-6). I’m just out of these vagues, it took a whole month…
Until burns waves, that is…
I was reading in one of the guides that if it takes approximately 7 days to level up you should space the total number of lesson from the last level over the 7 days of the current level.
So level 5 has like 125 vocab. So do appx. 17 a day, split of the seven days of level 6. Finsh radicals and kanji as they appear.,That’s if you want to finish asap. If not then I would not do more than 15 lessons a day
(I’m crazy and regret it later.)
Really depends on what kind of apprentice count feels right to you with respect to workload.
I like to keep it under 150. Ideally less than that. But if I was at an apprentice count of 75 and took 75 new ones on to get to 150 I wouldn’t feel bad about it.
It really depends on the lessons. Some are very easy.
If there ist too much “you can bet that it uses the Kunyomi, which you haven’t learned before” or “here is a mnemonic for that reading” it can be troublesome.
I can easily do around 100 lessons a day before I start taking a big hit to my accuracy. The main problem for me with that was massive review sessions. Since crashing at level 22 or so I’ve limited it to 20 lessons per day and been able to comfortably keep up for the last 9 months or so since then.
In the first 10 levels I would just do all the lessons when they unlocked, or try to. It wasn’t too bad since I had some familiarity with basic Kanji/words to begin with. It wasn’t until level 11 that I started trying to space them out (like 40-50 max a day now)
I’ve been doing all the available lessons when they come out in one go, sometimes its like almost 100. But i know most of the kanji and vocab ive learned so far so im just trying to get to the new stuff. Ill probably continue till level 10… maybe. It didn’t really bother me much since im so excited still but i can imagine it would get annoying and hard to remember what you learned at higher levels. I just hope i can still finish each level in about a week then.
I always do the unlocked vocab lessons from the previous level plus the new radicals when I level up. That used to be around 50-80 from memory, it’s actually much more doable now.
At other times, I only do 5-10 lessons at a time, but may do more than one set per day.
I have 58 lessons ready
The most I’ve done so far is about 51 lessons in a day. I could have done more but I wanted to try and set a pace for myself.
I think “did you ever do too many lessons at once?” is the Wanikani equivalent of “Does a bear s**t in the woods?”
The most i did was around 50 i think… then soon after that i got crashed for weeks (35 days)