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Determining level of play

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Warlock, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Warlock

    Warlock Regular Member

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    Hi,Just went through the forum,thought of wanting to join a group to play,but they usually states "beginner/intermediate/advance" Can I ask how do you determine your level of play?As I really don't know which level am I at,I mean what is used to gauge?Sorry if this post is offensive to some,but we really need to know in order to join and prevent embarrassment,imagine for example I consider myself intermediate but when I join the group,to them I am just a beginner Thanks
     
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    urameatball Regular Member

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    you won't know until you visit their badminton session.

    if you are stubborn and insist on joining their club blindly, sign up for beginner.... Because if you get embarrassed in intermediate, everyone will know you as the beginner who 'thinks' he's good. LOL
     
  3. Warlock

    Warlock Regular Member

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    That's what I m trying to prevent lol....I see a lot of sg groups all state intermediate n above ...so am blur at what they consider as "intermediate" lol
     

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