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I've now learned the basic 46 hiragana and am somewhat unsure of what next steps I should take if I am to take the Level 4 JLPT this year. Perhaps, I should memorize the 103 Kanji needed for the test or should I look into grammar a bit more.
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Wow 20 at a time? I usually do 3 - 5... Ah well, to each his/her own I guess.
Hehe, exactly. To each their own. The only reason I do 20 at a time is because I only study new kanji every 6 weeks or so... I spend a lot of time reviewing. And when I learn new kanji, I write them down in a list and copy each kanji out so many times a day, and review them before I sleep/when I wake and stuff. But yeah. The main thing is to go at your own pace, and make sure you can remember the pronounciation and how to write/recognise them. =)
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On Kanji, I think Its better to learn 20 Kanji a week than 3 a day.
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As for kanji, you have plenty of time to get the 103 necessary under your belt, so don't worry about cramming them in. Make a schedule, keep a steady pace, and keep it up. If you haven't started studying grammar yet, then DO. I would say it's much more important right now for you (having just learned the kana) to start learning some vocabulary and grammar, than fretting about kanji to write words you don't even know yet! ^_^
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