Hi my dearest community!
So, some of you probably still know me, since i’ve been around in the forums a lot last year.
I have started worshipping the crabigator at the end of 2017. I progressed pretty steadily up until July last year, which is when I started working on my bachelor thesis. Long story short: due to new work, moving and other stuff I haven’t touched WaniKani (or any other Japanese learning application) for nearly a year.
Around three weeks ago I started again and was greeted with somewhere around 2400 piled up reviews. I decided to try to keep going without resetting. I had an accuracy somewhere around 30 percent most of the time at first, but the good thing was that I remembered most of the things that were up for burns.
And I felt as if, for most of the words, I at least started to remember them or the mnemonics again after reading the right answer.
To jog my memory I decided to write down the words I’d gotten wrong.
Yesterday I could finally celebrate 0 reviews (for five minutes at least…)!
And today I had the first review session with an acceptable accuracy again:
It’s still a long road and I would like to get my apprentice count down to 100 before starting to tackle any new lessons, but I think I’m on my way again!
My dashboard looks kinda funny now, mostly everything divided into either burns or apprentice/guru:
And I’m really happy I’ve gotten the lifetime account when I started. XD
Is starting my own topic just to write this too much? Maybe, but it kinda felt like this huge thing for me and I couldn’t help myself.