What do you think of my study plans? Thoughts and tips welcome!

There is nothing insane about that. I've actually been doing a similar self-study program on my own, doing 20 new vocabulary cards a day + 10 new kanji, which, taking reviews into consideration, takes me up to half an hour at most to go through. I then spend another hour or so reading manga or a visual novel. I'm not sure about my level at the moment, but judging from what I've seen and read, the N3 exam mostly covers material seen in Tae Kim's grammar guide, which I got through in one month. I'd say what is helping me the most advance is being continually exposed to Japanese entertainment, and I'd persuade anybody to go through this route if they're honestly more interested in being able to

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