So, I've completed NihongoMaster lessons up the beginning of the "Advanced" level, but before I move on I want to spend a few weeks reviewing some things I learned previously. I know there are some grammer points that my memory is a little sketchy on and I feel it would benefit me to spend some time reenforcing those concepts further. I took the N5 earlier this month and before that I essentially made my own "Table of Contents" for the entire "Beginner" level so I have easy, direct links to every lesson as well as to the quizzes. I know I can just retake the quizzes infinitely, but I feel like utilizing the SRS would be much more efficient.
So, after that, here are my questions:
1. Is there any way to resurrect or restart a drill set for an individual lesson? I noticed there is a way to pause drill sets, but they seem to disppear from that list when they are fully mastered.
2. In general, how have others in this situation approached reviewing? Would it be better to use another resource at this point?
3. What do others feel is the optimal drill mastery level? I have mine at the default of 5 and I feel at this point that it is too low. I would like to change it, but I'm definitely not looking forward to the sudden reappearence of every drill (though that may be the solution to my review problem above...).
Sorry for the long intro and many thanks to anyway who would like to share their suggestions with me!