Yeah, I'm in 10th grade, and I was so lucky to not take an English Test today. I had to take an IQ test instead, so I just missed English and now I'll have to take it another time. Thank goodness it's Friday, this week took so long to finish, and that English test would've been miserable to finish it with. English is easily my worst class, it's ridiculous.
However, when I do lose, I notice that it's usually because I play a bit too obviously. And of course, if I win, they usually rage quit. But, all the same, I cannot deny that I have quite a bit of my own experience. After all, just think of it this way. My VERY FIRST competitive team, for battling people, was in triples.
Yeah, it would be. Now, remember, there are people on Random Matchup even better than me, but that's because they have, oh, I don't know, 5,000 wins and must do multiple battles every day of their life. They're the real people to learn from, as I usually do lose to them.
One good thing about school is that it forces me to resume my studies. Over the summer, I occupy myself with video editing and Pokemon, but during the school year, I'll remember to focus on things and start reading things at night, not only because I may have to for school, but also because I'll realize how interesting some studies are again.