Speed up my lessons and quiz

Grammar and usage is more important than Kanji, actually. You don’t really need 2000 Kanji to read, but you must be able to read the Kana in-between.

Furthermore, 100% of kanji in N4 is around Level 27… not everyone have to go to Level 60. (And Level 60 doesn’t even cover all Joyo Kanji. Joyo = general use, but in reality, there are more general use Kanji than Joyo.)

For the test drive of reading, I recommend either Satori Reader or Japanese Graded Readers.

For Max Speed, to supplement AnimeCanuck’s said interval, I recommend one User Script: [Userscript]: WaniKani Ultimate Timeline, if you aren’t constrained by your mental capabilities, of course.

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