What's the best philosophy about moving on to the next lesson: move on as soon as you hit the 90%+ point or try to get some consistent scores in that range before moving on? I tend to hit the "move on" percentage and then drop back into the 70s and 80s again. Thanks for the help.
All the advice I've heard says to over learn. Don't just squeak by. You want to have a really solid foundation as speed and complexity increase. Going back and having to re-learn characters seems to be a common issue. It may lead to frustration if one moves to quickly.
That said, I've also heard to move on prior to energy-sapping boredom sets in. If it starts getting boring, move on (or increase the speed to make it more challenging).
Great advice! Thanks. Considering this is a new language, I would assume you want those sounds and their associated letters to get good and lodged in your skull. I will try to strike a balance between competency and boredom. :)