How to improve on fast jumps?

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Deva
Thats because you play 4* maps with one 6* spike. Play more.
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Tedda

HK_ wrote:

Thats because you play 4* maps with one 6* spike. Play more.

If this was what you were referring to, most of them were from 2-4 months ago.
mashedpopoto
Hi Tedda :)

From the sounds if it, you probably lack the speed and ability in order to pass these sections.

It is perfectly natural so don't worry about it and focus on how you can pass these sections; either by playing higher bpm maps (doubletime!?) or more maps similar to what you struggle with but at a lower difficulty so you can slowly get more acclimated to fcing fast jumps. I personally wouldn't retry the same maps/sections over and over however; this will probably do more harm than good.

It won't happen overnight but keep at it and one day you will play the same map and wonder what was so hard!
Deva

Tedda wrote:

If this was what you were referring to
I didnt mean that, in fact i didnt even see it. What you said perfectly fits image of some one who passed airman and thinks he can play 7* maps even tho it just has just one difficulty spike at the end and it has ridiculously low HP.

Also you wont get better answer than one Philantropist gave you.
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Tedda

Philantropist wrote:

Hi Tedda :)

From the sounds if it, you probably lack the speed and ability in order to pass these sections.

It is perfectly natural so don't worry about it and focus on how you can pass these sections; either by playing higher bpm maps (doubletime!?) or more maps similar to what you struggle with but at a lower difficulty so you can slowly get more acclimated to fcing fast jumps. I personally wouldn't retry the same maps/sections over and over however; this will probably do more harm than good.

It won't happen overnight but keep at it and one day you will play the same map and wonder what was so hard!
Hmm... So to sum it up, practice more. Nothing wrong with that, but I won't think that would help since I've gotten even busier.
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Tedda

HK_ wrote:

Tedda wrote:

If this was what you were referring to
I didnt mean that, in fact i didnt even see it. What you said perfectly fits image of some one who passed airman and thinks he can play 7* maps even tho it just has just one difficulty spike at the end and it has ridiculously low HP.

Also you wont get better answer than one Philantropist gave you.
I don't think I ever said something like "I passed this ridiculously hard map, so that makes me able to 7* maps."
Deva
Of course you didnt say "I passed this ridiculously hard map, so that makes me able to 7* maps."
You said "I passed this ridiculously hard map, so that makes me able to 6* maps."
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Tedda

HK_ wrote:

Of course you didnt say "I passed this ridiculously hard map, so that makes me able to 7* maps."
You said "I passed this ridiculously hard map, so that makes me able to 6* maps."
7*, 6*, 5*, 4*, same thing.

Oh, and
I don't think I ever said something like "I passed this ridiculously hard map, so that makes me able to 76* maps."
FieryLight
Rather than telling you that you shouldn't be doing this (and I really think you shouldn't just as it seems everyone else replying appears to feel), here's what I suggest:

Learn speed and aim separately. Once you've gotten the aim down, speed is pretty easy to gain. However, if you only want to pass maps then learn speed first (play easy maps with DT) and the play the map you want to pass repeatedly until you fluke the aim and eventually pass (not likely if you play a map that is actually hard throughout and is longer than a minute and a half).
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Tedda

FieryLight wrote:

Rather than telling you that you shouldn't be doing this (and I really think you shouldn't just as it seems everyone else replying appears to feel), here's what I suggest:

Learn speed and aim separately. Once you've gotten the aim down, speed is pretty easy to gain. However, if you only want to pass maps then learn speed first (play easy maps with DT) and the play the map you want to pass repeatedly until you fluke the aim and eventually pass (not likely if you play a map that is actually hard throughout and is longer than a minute and a half).
Seems like a lot of people say DT would help. I'll try that.

But, "Rather than telling you that you shouldn't be doing this (and I really think you shouldn't just as it seems everyone else replying appears to feel)" I'm not sure what you're saying here.
FieryLight

Tedda wrote:

But, "Rather than telling you that you shouldn't be doing this (and I really think you shouldn't just as it seems everyone else replying appears to feel)" I'm not sure what you're saying here.
If you want to improve in osu! in general or get to the point where you can FC a 6* map, you are not going to get there faster by just learning to pass 6* maps. You need to properly improve slowly by first playing things of your skill level. But since you might not care for being able to ever FC a 6* map or improving in osu! in an efficient manner, I gave you the advice you asked for anyway.
Endaris

FieryLight wrote:

Once you've gotten the aim down, speed is pretty easy to gain.
Liar :cry:
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Tedda

FieryLight wrote:

Tedda wrote:

But, "Rather than telling you that you shouldn't be doing this (and I really think you shouldn't just as it seems everyone else replying appears to feel)" I'm not sure what you're saying here.
If you want to improve in osu! in general or get to the point where you can FC a 6* map, you are not going to get there faster by just learning to pass 6* maps. You need to properly improve slowly by first playing things of your skill level. But since you might not care for being able to ever FC a 6* map or improving in osu! in an efficient manner, I gave you the advice you asked for anyway.
Thanks for the explanation.
mashedpopoto
Everyone improves at different rates and is better/worse at different aspects.

Improvement tends to happen at a linear rate until you hit a wall; this then usually requires more effort and time to "break through the ceiling", metaphorically speaking.

There are no shortcuts. It's why people will tell you to play more; because it really is the solution to any "improvement issue", albeit you can arguably expedite the process by playing specific maps and focusing on your weaker aspects.

shortpotato has a very good explanation of this on his userpage; I highly suggest you give it a look.
KanoSet
tl;dr: play more and enjoy game pls
Sporadik

KanoSet wrote:

tl;dr: play more and enjoy game pls
ENJOY GAME!!! that's what almost every shitpost in the forums is missing, some players tend to play more but just can't find the fun in the game, always remember rrtyui's advice #NEVERFORGET :)
Yuudachi-kun
Rrtyui can't speak proper English so who knows what his true meaning was.
N0thingSpecial
idk I just go find some +200 BPM 6* jump maps and play them once in while, and i slowly see myself getting better score and acc
Sporadik

Khelly wrote:

Rrtyui can't speak proper English so who knows what his true meaning was.
welp, we just have to take is as is, don't we? not knowing the true meaning behind those words 8-) xDD
Yuudachi-kun
Ah, so he really meant "Don't worry about me and my ranks and just play the game for yourself" to the dude who asked him the question.
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