Took me a year and a half but I’m glad I finally completed it. Now, I’ll focus more on grammar and study for the NLPT and keep being exposed to Japanese media.
That’s awesome! Well done!
Wow! Way to go with your first post!
Excellent job!! Kudos!!
Congratulations!! I hope you celebrate!
Congrats on making it to the end!
Here, please celebrate with some cake!
Congratulations you totally deserve this cake
The Norwegian Language Proficiency Test? But I thought we were learning Japanese here! Have we all been bamboozled all this time!?
Congratulations!! Enjoy our (soon) free time .
Nice! 2in 1 offer best deal of my life then🤣
Nice flex, bro
Good god, I don’t understand how some people get through it all in only a year in a half or so. I’ve been doing WaniKani every day since mid-2018 and I’m only level 35. Big congrats, though! I’ll get done eventually lol, it’s certainly not a race.
I accidentally made a typo XD… I’m going to keep it in I think it’s funny…
Hearty congratulations @blaze_emperor san
Good luck on your future endeavors
I still can’t finish it. Reached 60 in a year an a half two years ago, and there’s still around 200 leeches that don’t let me get everything burned.
Haha what a great first post!
Hello - I’ve just finished
But all the same CONGRATULATIONS
when your first post is you casually mentioning you got to level 60!!!
as the kids would say: “epic!”
let there rain cake!
did you do the reviews every hour when they came out ?? or how often did you do them \
There are 5 stages to upgrading a kanji from apprentice to guru. The first stage is when you finish the lesson, the second stage is available 4 hours after the first stage, the third stage is available 8 hours after the second stage, the fourth stage is available 24 hours after the third stage, and the last stage is available 48 hours after the fourth stage.
I always finished the lesson when I got home from work and then finished the second stage before I went to bed. The third stage was then available when I woke up, and then the fourth and fifth stage would be available at the same time. So I was able to finish the kanji reviews when I woke up.
This leaves a one day gap between the 4th and 5th stage where you wouldn’t be working on the kanji you’re just learning. Also, after you finish a level you get a lot of lessons of vocab and kanji. Because I learned the kanji the vocab lessons weren’t that bad but learning new kanji took me longer. So during the gap between 4th and 5th stage, and always when I had an awkward amount of free time, I would start learning the kanji in the next level, remembering their readings and meaning.
Because of that when I finished the 5th stage in the morning I would able to quickly finish the lessons for the new kanji and vocab and then upgrade them later when I got back from work. And then repeat for a year and a half.