rdearman wrote:Based on a statement I found from an "anki guru" who believes that with 10 cards per day you'd end up with 200 reviews per day. I've gone back and looked at my current decks and based on 20 cards per day, I'm currently getting 100 reviews on those decks. So the figure of 200-250 is probably more correct than the statement I used earlier. So does 200 reviews per day actually hit the critieral I outlined? Will it let you see every card in a 10,000 deck, in 618 days time?
Sorry, I made a mistake in my calculations. Not 244 reps but 195 reps. So,
learned evenly over 600 days
6 initial reps
0 to 10.3222 revision reps (10.3222 reps for the 1st batch of words, 0 reps for the last batch)
About 10% error rate
====> average 195 reps per day over 600 days
Yes to your question - if you use Memrise.
I guess it's hard to predict the total number of reps of Anki users, because in Anki, the initial learning stage is flexible and totally up to the individual learner whether s/he wants to see a card 5 times or 50 times. Unlike in Memrise everyone is fed 6 times and most people just stick to 6. And in Anki you get to rate Easy/Good/Hard so there's a lot of room for variation. Confident people may review much less than timid or prudent people...