Plan for golden tree
Hello beautiful people on internet! i am willing to get golden tree on esperanto Then what study plan will i need? i mean, How should i study in able to get golden tree? How many XP i need for 1 day?
Set a goal of 10 XP per day. Keep your streak going. When you feel inspired, do more. As the days roll into months, you'll see progress.
How much of the tree you unlock isn't affected by how much xp you have. For example, you could get to level 25 with just practices if you have the patience. To get a golden tree you need to be level 5 in each individual skill. The amount of lessons needed to level up varies. The time it takes also depends on how much you use the test out feature. Theoretically you could finish in 62 days if you completed one skill a day. However, it's unlikely someone would remember all of what they learned with that method.
So you need to be a little more specific in your goal. Do you want to get a golden tree by a certain date? Or do you not care about when its completed, and just need an idea of how much xp to earn per day?
Here's what I do, take it or leave it. When I sit down to study, this is the order I follow:
Starting with the most fundamental categories that need strengthening, get a set number of skills back to 100% strength. I've committed to two per day. So, for instance, if I see I have 5 skills <100%, I pick the two most fundamental (i.e. toward the top of the skill tree) and practice them until they're at 100%.
Then complete a sustainable number of lessons on new skills. In Esperanto, I'm committed to doing three lessons in new skills. It will take me approximately one month at that pace to then complete the tree.
On days when you have more time/motivation, kick it into high gear. Do more lessons. Test out of skills. Just go at it until your brain has nothing left to give!
I hope that might be helpful. I'm in the middle of writing a little script that will look at my current progress and just sit out for me what i need to do next. Right now, I analyze everything manually before deciding the way forward.