@Ncastaneda If I can’t click it, does that mean I fail the test
I do have a few tips, some of which I had to figure out the hard way:
If you don’t have it, I highly recommend you get Wanikani Ultimate Timeline. It will tell you when your reviews are so you can plan your routine according to what works for you.
Accuracy is important! I kind of had a meltdown around level 40 when I had too many reviews because of too many levels of low accuracy. Use the scrollover feature of the timeline to refresh your memory (even for Vocabulary!) before you do your reviews. That alone should put your accuracy in the 90-100% range every time.
Don’t do all of the lessons at the beginning of every lesson! If you do, you’ll have 120 reviews one night and 30 in the morning, etc. Start with only the ones you need to level up, then start the rest in later batches. It will help you memorize them and also help you keep your studying routine smooth.
Finally, tell other people in your life about wanikani! I think that kind of emotional support really helps you stick with it every day, even if you’re tired or busy. I tell my girlfriend and/or roommates every time I level up and whenever they want to do something with me, they always ask me first when I have to do my reviews!
Hope it helps!
Here’s some encouragement!
People want to know me and my story??
So far I’ve only been using it to read One Piece, watch ガキの使い, and chat with my girlfriend. Thanks to wanikani though, I can get by even though my grammar is only like mid-N4. I’m currently studying Chinese in Taiwan, which is why sometimes it’s hard to make time to review, but I also found that wanikani has indirectly helped me learn Chinese!