How long should it take to get guru on a lesson?


#1

i know i wont be getting guru immediately. im new to the website so i just wanted a general idea


#2

Three to five days, generally. Depends, of course, on how accurately you answer your reviews.


#3

Nifty chart.


#4

3D was changed to 2D tho. And instead of 24h it’s 23h I believe.


#5

Pretty sure that is only for the introductory levels, to help speed things along at the beginning when you don’t have guru / master items from previous levels to review in conjunction with new items.


#6

thanks :writing_hand:


#7

No, it’s for all of them. That’s why you can complete a level in less than a week (though only by hours) these days.

4+8+23+47 = 82

82*2 = 164

164/24 = 6.83 days for a lesson (roughly, might be off by an hour or two).

If the 3 day rule remained it would be impossible to complete a level in a week.


#8

The intro levels have completely different timescales. The new minimum is a day faster than it used to be and it has been since like December.


#9

It was a recent addition! Like for 2-3 months now, all items hit Guru 1 day sooner (except for radicals which were already a day quicker).


#10

I should make an updated graphic that we can just post whenever somebody asks. Also, any time that it mentions days it is one hour less. So 4 months is actually 119 days and 23 hours.


#11

I think the graphic was rounding up an hour for simplicity’s sake. I was thinking of making an updated graphic myself (and I think I even offered to do so for WK when I emailed about changing it for the guide/FAQ. Should’ve done it then). You’ll probably beat me to it…


#12

This post was made twelve hours ago by someone who registered twelve hours ago.

In case someone else was thinking of the same question, please refer to the official and unofficial WaniKani guides to save yourself some time:

User guide: https://www.wanikani.com/guide

Unofficial FAQ: https://www.wanikani.com/chat/wanikani/1082

Official FAQ: https://www.wanikani.com/faq

The diagram posted above is from the first linked page and it is out of date.


#13

:heart: thank you for this chart, really comes in handy! @alexbeldan


#14

No problem. I pulled out straight from Wanikani’s… FAQ or something…

Edit: Keep in mind that it has been updated to quicker timings.


#15

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