On level 2: got 14 Apprentice, 115 Guru, 9 Master, 6 Enlightened & 11 Burned with 55 lessons waiting to be done.
I read many times in this forum go keep Guru under 100 or things will get outta control in later levels. I stopped doing lessons yet my Guru levels keep going up . I don’t want to burnout so how do I know when it’s okay to start up Lessons again?
Side question: does the durtles app have a way to go back just one question in Reviews to redo when you just inputted the wrong answer by typing too fast & pressing submit before noticing the mistake. Too many times my S pen or voice types the answer wrong though I knew the right one.
I don’t feel burnout but I keep wondering when all the Guru stuff will move to the next level. If you are stuck in Guru for longer than how long means you should study more? Won’t there be too many reviews daily if I keep doing lessons? I don’t want more than 50 reviews per shift.
The delay items stay in Guru is determined by the SRS. Guru 1 is 1 week. Guru 2 is @ weeks.
This is an extremely low number. I don’t know whether this is realistic. Probably not but if it is achievable you need to target a much lower apprentice count than 100 to have a chance to achieve it. Something in the order of 40 or even 30.
If you get a guru item wrong it falls back to apprentice. Guru 1 falls to apprentice 3 and guru 2 falls to apprentice 4. But if you keep failing guru items they never reach master if this is what you mean.
I basically exclusively used flaming durtles, which is an android app. I did use undo feature when I mistyped, it was “close enough,” and initially to get my kanji up to guru, but outside of that I let it fail.
I don’t know but I suppose so. @MegaZeroX doesn’t report about their use of scripts in their top post.
Scripts don’t change the SRS intervals. There is no way for scripts to do so. In this sense scripts are immaterial to speed. But you need to do your radicals and kanji lessons before vocabulary so a reorder script for lessons is probably necessary to get top speed. The alternative is to do all lessons as soon as they are available. This implies you can stomach the huge review workload that ensues.