Sunday, December 28, 2008

Back online, for a few days

I'm back online, just until january 10th. My sentences deck suffered a lot from it, but it might have been for the good. I also could not listen to the day's news and it was boring to hear old stuff, so I had to fallback to good and old anime.

My anki stats are here:

The 2661 seen cards in this deck contain:

  • 1748 total unique kanji.
  • Jouyou: 1594 of 1945 (82.0%).
  • Jinmeiyou: 33 of 287 (11.5%).
  • 121 non-jouyou kanji.

Jouyou levels:

  • Grade 1: 80  of 80  (100.0%).
  • Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
  • Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
  • Grade 4: 198 of 200 (99.0%).
  • Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
  • Grade 6: 180 of 181 (99.4%).
  • JuniorHS: 591 of 939 (62.9%).
I know I'll have to throw some sentences out. I already threw some, so my kanji count will drop again. 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

mine's:
The 2091 seen cards in this deck contain:
1630 total unique kanji.
Jouyou: 1390 of 1945 (71.5%).
Jinmeiyou: 37 of 287 (12.9%).
203 non-jouyou kanji.
Jouyou levels:
Grade 1: 77 of 80 (96.3%).
Grade 2: 151 of 160 (94.4%).
Grade 3: 186 of 200 (93.0%).
Grade 4: 178 of 200 (89.0%).
Grade 5: 162 of 185 (87.6%).
Grade 6: 145 of 181 (80.1%).
JuniorHS: 491 of 939 (52.3%).

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Weird how you can read the news that much. I don't think I would be able to do that. i just mine sentences from media, fun, good media.

I totally agree, be sure to throw out bad sentences. they waste time/energy/ etc.

phauna said...

Keep it up.

Mark said...

I've recently started using Anki with the JLPT4 deck on the Anki site and my own deck I'm building from Super Mario Galaxy. I've looked all over for a JLPT3 deck with no success.

What decks are you guys using? Did you make your own?