I am behind because when I started learning, I had all the tools like Gordon West CD,s Skilman Morse Code CD's, and seriously struggled.
In fact, I found that I could barely follow any lesson of the recommended speeds that most are using. So between that and quitting, I found YouTube recordings of lessons beginning at the speed of 3/3. Between that, and the custom lessons that I wrote for myself to enter into LCWO's
Convert Text To CW, I have managed with daily practice, to reach a copy speed of 22/5 and have been using that for about the last 2 months.
I pick up the speed every 2 months or so as I am able to competently copy at 9/5, 10/5, 11/5,
12/5, ....all the way up to 22/5 that I now currently use. Currently, my accuracy rate is in the range which varies between 88% to 92% on a few days, but mostly I copy accurately between 96% to 100%
The /5 gap is OK for learning the chars.
After that is no help unless you are learning 5/5 for running Boy-scout training courses . . .
Probably ( YMMV ) you should be aiming for 20/20 at this stage.
Probably 18/18 would be a good trial for a next step - else lower to 15/15 12/12 if that's too much for where you are now . .
A "trick" is to have small groups of letters ( 2 to 4 maybe ) at say 20/20 with a big gap between groups,
- and - try to remember the morse for the group and decode in the gap
that is to say - hear a group remember then decode in your head.
This is a good starter towards decoding behind and head copy.
I think one of the reasons people have troubles with morse is to do with hearing the code in the first place
- another one is being unable to spell i.e. some issues are not learning code related at all
If you listen and remember the morse first to decode afterwards, this will tell you if you are hearing it correctly
- can't hear = can't decode.
You may find a small change in audio frequency produces an increase in the readability of morse characters.
Worth a try if you are proceeding slowly.
I'm not a fan of wizzy schemes to learn a skill in 10 days - these appeal to people who don't want to put in any effort,
that doesn't mean that some small changes won't make a difference.
As ever YMMV . .