The good news: I’m done with my undergraduate degree!!!
…which means it’s time to take a good, hard look at my kanji skills, since I got busy a few months ago, put WaniKani on vacation mode, and…never turned it off.
I haven’t gone cold turkey on Japanese, since I’ve been using Duolingo daily (I’m on an 85-day streak!) to learn vocab, simple grammar, and to keep up with basic kanji-reading skills. I’m not sure exactly how many I know…I know I’ve lost the ones that haven’t popped up in Duolingo, so I probably don’t know as many as I should.
I was thinking of doing a total reset on WaniKani while I focus on grammar skills, but I’d like to challenge myself as much as possible now that I don’t have school to focus on, and I think that might slow my progress down too much. So my question is…
Does anyone know of a good free online test, even an informal one, I could take that would give me a rough idea of what level I should reset to? Imo this would be a super nice feature for WaniKani to have…a sort of “placement test” using the kanji the site teaches that would put you in a level. For all I know, someone’s already created a script for this.
As always, I super appreciate you guys’s help!