Am I Good Yet? Reddit Users Ask The Tough Questions
Miss_Maomi poses the question of when to consider oneself as “good” instead of “okay”.
In World of
In a Reddit post, Reddit user Miss_Maomi asks the tough question of how to know when “good” actually means you’re good. They go on to state that after owning several World of Tanks accounts, their ranking has improved to “good”, yet they often find themselves feeling like they’re underperforming when compared to other players.
The responses have been positive, even offering means of improving overall skills and knowing how to judge whether you’re getting better. User Chowriit suggests that being “okay” is when you’re not actively dragging your team down, but you’re also not carrying your own weight. When you’re only “okay”, tasks like reading the
Chowriit goes on to say that a “good” player will not only be able to do all the
In the end, the only way to tell if you’re improving is a mixture of stats and gut-feeling. Having a decent win rate and knowing how to make decisions and where to move are sure-fire ways of knowing that your skills have transcended from "okay" to "good". Where do you think your skill level sits?