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This what @F1r3tar said.
Your problem is general aim which is maintaned and trained constantly, forever.
Playing jump training maps will just give you vision of how jumps may look but - they are never the same in maps, they differ in term of speed, distance snapping, position and flow - for this once, you need pure skill, general aiming skill.
You gain it over time while playing more, a looot more.
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Play the fuck more, and don't spam long jumps map, it's not your level yet. Play 4* easy stuffs.
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at your level you shouldn't be training skills individually yet

i would just play more
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try to hit the circles
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I wonder what kukimonster will say
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Don't think. Push button. Believe.
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PLAY MORE

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Play jump maps that are 4* or less
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How I learned it. People probably have different ways of playing though.
1. If you use your wrist to do most of your aim, loosen your wrist (as opposed to entire arm). Be flexible
2. If you're used to only making a lot of rounded motions, don't be afraid to flick to your destination + get over your fear of snapping motions. It's ok to miss! It's part of improving.

You'll miss a lot, but once you internalize how far your cursor moves as a relation to how hard you snap, you'll start to land more jumps, faster jumps, longer jumps. But like everyone is saying, it does take more playing.
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I collect maps in my star range that have jumps + are bearable to listen to (+ a few harder ones hat I use RL/NF on)
and play a few random ones each day until I'm bored/tired
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holy shit just literally play more
ever since i started osu! i encountered so many problems and all of them got resolved by playing more, even if it took me months(or years) to overcome
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