Hey WaniKani friends! I’ve managed to get to level 7 and am on the road to level 10, hopefully soon.
I was managing the 1 level a week/week and a half rhythm for awhile. However, recently I have encountered a road block. That is to say, going from working from home to full time work at school once more has reduced my flexibility. I had a good 3x a day WaniKani routine down, but am now struggling to fit in 2x complete review sessions a day and my information retention has dropped too.
Previously I was able to create and memorise flashcards on Anki for new kanji, but I don’t have the time to create and use them anymore. Thus, WaniKani has become much more passive a learning process for me and is inevitably slowing down.
My current situation:
-I walk 45 minutes to school and back daily, so WaniKani on my commute is impossible
-I am currently training for Kobe marathon which eats up 1-2 hours every night (and frankly I’m too beat to have a quality review session afterwards)
-I work from 8am to 3:30pm, my ability to review heavily depends on my school schedule now (which is extremely varied due to the state of emergency).
That leaves maybe 30 minutes in the morning before school starts, lunchtime, and 1 hour when I get home to study.
Does anybody have any timesaving tips to get those 3x review sessions in consistently, and improve kanji retention?