I go really slow regardless of number of lessons available. I don’t use a script but somehow my lessons are always in order by themselves, Radicals > Kanji > Vocabulary.
I grew up learning Mandarin in school (but haven’t used it in 12 or so years) so I can guess many Kanji words. However there are Kanji words which are not the same meaning as they are in Mandarin so I’m really not sure if knowing Mandarin is an advantage or not When I see Kanji, my brain automatically thinks of the Chinese meaning and pronounciation first.
I must be one of the slowest-paced learners here because I only study once a day and this is what I do:
I clear all my reviews then
I learn 15 radicals a day (If less than 15 Radicals, then 10 Radicals + 5 Kanji)
I learn 10 Kanji a day (if there are less than 10, I do all of them + however many Vocab is in the set)
I learn 5 Vocabulary a day, sometimes on a very free day, and I’m feeling good, I do 10 Vocabulary.
I’m not sure how everyone studies, but I write every single lesson down in a notebook, I make note of the mnemonic and practice writing the Kanji characters and write out the context sentences as practice for Japanese writing. I always try to read the context sentences and guess their meaning (trying my best not to look at the translations).
My review scores are often 90% and above and I get very upset at myself if I ever score anything less so I’m intentionally going at this slow pace
Hope this helps!