I did it!!
I am (painfully) aware that this isn’t the end of kanji or even WaniKani, but for now I’m just enjoying the milestone.
This is my graph (you can get one for yourself here).
It took me four entire years to finish WK. As you can see, I wasn’t the most consistent. I did end up finishing without breaking a year on any one level, though. I think I can be proud of that.
As I’ve mentioned on other places in WK, I’ll be taking the JLPT N1 in December. I’ve been using the 新完全マスター series for vocab and Bunpro for grammar. When I run out of stuff to do on Bunpro, I’ll move on to a N1 grammar drill book and jtest4you. I’ll be happy if I pass but it’s honestly a toss-up at this point. I’ll keep you guys updated
Finally, a little bit of my 黒歴史 (a picture my of first post on the Wanikani forum).
I’m proud to say I eventually figured out the difference between な- and い- adjectives (and many, many other facets of Japanese), due in no small measure to the creators of Wanikani and Textfugu. Thank you guys so much for creating learner-friendly and efficient methods of studying and a supportive environment that welcomes all.
Thank you to all the community members who answered my questions and dealt with me (especially back when I was 12; I was pretty annoying).
Thank you to all the script writers; kudos to anyone who can reach level 60 without the ignore script because I sure couldn’t have.
Last but not least, thank you to me for sticking with this thing for a grand total of four years. I don’t know how I did it.
I don’t post much but I’ll be sticking around here so this isn’t goodbye