I have 15 kanji reviews to do at 4 am and I’m going to tell you why.
So since I have the time and the means (currently on a break from studies to treat a medical condition), I have decided the top speed for each level (6 days and 21 hours) even though for the current level I barely woke up to guru the 2nd batch from level 9 and only did the lessons 4 hours later. The way to do this is to do all the radical lessons immediately after leveling up, the 1st batch of kanji not too long after, and the 2nd batch of kanji (those that build on that level’s radicals) immediately after taking the radicals. This brings to my current predicament.
Remember those 4 extra hours I took to actually get started on level 10? Well, by doing reviews on time, my radicals went to guru precisely at midnight, where it should have been 8 pm. Now I will be staying awake until four to do that apprentice I stage because of something I did 4 days ago haha.
I guess I’ll do the vocab lessons until then. Did any of you ever have similar situations? How did it work?
At least that means that if I time it right for next time, I’ll start the new level at 10 am and won’t be doing these thursday lessons so late.