The All-Gold Tree: maintenance workload
Hey, gang! Here's a question for you folks who have completed a language tree: About how many strengthening sessions a day do you generally have to put in to keep it fully maintained (all gold) and avoid decay? This assumes that you rarely "peek" or give incorrect answers, keeping the decay rate at the minimum. I assume this could be figured out with some math if you knew (1) number of words in the tree (2) max time between required reviewing (3) number of words reviewed in a general strengthening session. But without these numbers at hand, how many sessions do you find yourself needing to put in to keep your majestic tree fully maintained? Thanks!
I am now at a point where I am maintaining my French and Spanish tree, every day I practice the weakest words of every skill that is not golden any more. I would say on average I have to do 2 skills per day and tree, though the workload is not evenly distributed - some days there is nothing to do, some days there are 5 or more lessons in one tree alone.