Not down to level 1, mind you. Let’s not be overly dramatic.
I’ve been on break from WaniKani for a long while. Some serious monthage, to be sure. I haven’t stopped studying Japanese, and in the admittedly leisurely-paced classes I’ve been taking, we’ve just about gotten to the end of Genki II. Stopping WaniKani was a calculated choice. To stay on top of my reviews, I needed to dedicate the lion’s share of my daily study time to keeping up with my reviews. (My own fault, I attempted to max-speed WK.) My listening and speaking skills were lagging, so I stopped to focus on them. No regrets there.
Now, though, I’m feeling ready to dive back into Kanji, and I’m faced with a dilemma.
Oof. And there’s going to be a lot of failed reviews there that consistently jump back in line every few hours. I’ve taken down a review mountain of 1,300 before, but this may be too much.
I’m thinking of resetting down to level 30. Keep all my well-burnt turtles where they are, and start from scratch on the stuff I’ve most severely lost touch with. What do you all think? Good idea, bad idea? Should I just leave WK be so I can remain a perfect level 42 forever?