I’m approaching level 60, and I’ve been having this little “issue” for a while. When you have just a few hundred kanji, reviewing them frequently is quite manageable, but what about when you have studied +2000 kanji? I’m specifically curious about how you guys review them after you’ve burnt them through WaniKani. My experience has been that a lot of them have stuck, but also a lot of them haven’t and need further understanding.
I’m not confident in the idea that more SRS is going to be of much use at this point, so I also write them in the android Kanji Study app, and despite of it being very helpful, it takes a really long time to go through them all. So I’m wondering, what is your go-to when you want to deepen your comprehension of them and make them stick once and for all?
Thanks for the replies! I also want to add that eventually I would like to develop readiness and understanding in the sense of being able to recall them easily and tell the nuances apart. I guess that also comes from seeing them used in a lot of vocabulary.
I’m interested as well in knowing from people that other than reading have (or have had) also a habit of writing.