Dang, does it really get this rough after the 20s? Unless I’m working my way through a new batch of lessons upon level-up (I won’t do more than thirty a day at the most), I see the 0/0 after most of my sessions.
Even if I let 200＋ reviews build up, when I do them, I usually do them in one sitting.
Edit – Whoops. Accidentally made this a response to a specific person and am not sure if I can undo that. ごめんなさい！
Well, it just depends on when your life or other distractions kick in and disrupt your habits. Then once you’re disrupted, bigger review piles feel like a deterrent and things get worse from there on. You’re lucky if you can get through your whole subscription without any distractions and weaknesses. c:
so yeaaaaah. I’ve had more than 100 lessons for a super duper long time and I’m working on cutting them down. I’ll be back later probably. not tonight though because I have a science project and an english project due tomorrow and I barely started either of them I should really try to manage my time better
So how many lessons do you do each day? I’m probably older than 90% of you, but I find if I try to learn 10 new words a day, it gets overwhelming soon. I’m sure others can do it faster, but still it can get overwhelming.
All of them. A few days ago did around 150. Of course I don’t remember all of them right off the bat, but getting them wrong and repeating them generally yields results in 2-3 days (basically before the next big batch of lessons from the next level). By the time the next level arrives I know 95% of them.
I do this partly because of enthusiasm and partly because of time restraints (I need to know ~intermediate Japanese by July).
Also about the overwhelming part… I tend to just trust my brain to do it’s thing (even if I don’t remember it, the information is somewhere in there and it’s gonna click at some point).