Is there a way to manually delay or adjust the speed of drills? I'm currently learning japanese within a language school (ドイツ人です) for quite some time now.
でも、わたしはわるいがくせいです。I slacked off for some time now, leaving me with huge gaps of knowledge of past lessons. However, I never really lost my motivation for learning japanese. I just lost sight of the path so to speak. Now I'm really eager to fill up those gaps which brought me to this awesome website. And Nihongo Master increased my intend even more... well maybe a bit to much. I've done the whole Introductory and around 30% of the beginner level in like 4-5 days. (which really helped me to bring back stuff I had forgotten) My problem now is: with very little time around christmas and new year, I'm now confronted with around 2000 drills at once. I know that I can do them little by little, but it keeps me from advancing in further lessons, since those drills are mixed up into this army of darkness. Also, I don't want to disable them. I slacked off one time, not doing it again!
I've taken on around 700 drills including 100 new drills from new lessons so far, but I fear they will come back at me within the same intervals as I do them? (It takes me around an hour to do 300 drills) Is there are way to slow them a bit down? I'm still catching up to my schools level and until then I've set my mark to do 3-5% of the beginners level per day. But even thinking about that increasing drill-army evokes nightmares in me. Is there anything I can do? Or do I have to take them all on, if I don't disable them?
If there isn't a way... then I will fight them all until no drill is left standing. :)