There is nothing wrong with ambitious goals. I do suggest to lower expectations a little I.e. increase your time horizon to see the results. You can feel your progress as you see and recognize words/phrases in the wild and start reading beginner manga by joining a book club.
For mastery/fluency (whatever your definition might be), it will be a marathon and not a sprint.
Here are some of the climb threads for you to consider. You can join any single one of them or all of them. (I recommend joining one and giving it a few months before deciding if you want to switch)
All of the threads have their own quirks. You can’t go wrong with picking any thread. If you still can’t decide, just assign a number to each thread and roll a dice (physical or virtual) and go with it
If you want to keep track of your progress on a separate thread, you can type “Study Log” into the search bar and look up multiple study logs to pick a format that suits you and create your own study log
Probably to do:
Join a journey thread.
Join a book club.
Start your own study log.
You can take one step at a time and move at a pace that works for you.
Edit: or well, times
It’s a bit complicated, after guru I, failing a review will make it fall 2 levels, so if you fail a review 5 times and it’s on guru II, first it will fall down to apprentice IV because it was above guru, then 2 times to apprentice III and then apprentice II
Hi! I have a quick question for you guys.
Does a KaniWani stats website exist, one similar to wkstats.com? Kaniwani already has the status information down, but I was primarily looking for a place to see my accuracy levels, to see where I can improve. I’m guessing there isn’t…but maybe more likely there’s a script that does…? Thanks in advance!
I’m not new but I am new to the forums. I just had an issue where I submitted two answers and both were marked incorrect but I can’t seem to spot the difference between my answer and the answer wanikani wants. I’m not sure if the is the correct place to post this but if it is not I will mmmove this and add the screenshot I took.
I kind of figured out the problem. I turned off one of the scripts I was using to try to get another one to work and it started accepting my answers again. I have no idea which script caused the issue because it didn’t happen during review, just during the lessons.
I reset a long time ago and then only recently actually started from scratch. (see attached screenshot) It seems to be messing with the estimated level up times. Since I’m only level two would it be worth it to do a reset to fix these timings?