Brazilian Jiu Jitsu isn’t easy and it’s quite often contrary to inept instincts. Here are some pearls of wisdom you should probably keep to yourself:
There’s a place and a way to ask questions and this most definitely isn’t it. Additionally there’s a right way and a wrong way to phrase something. Questioning your own abilities isn’t quite the same as questioning the instructor’s ability to demonstrate a technique he is teaching
“But X did it better on youtube?!”
Modern age has brought many complications with itself – youtube being one of the major headaches of modern day bjj instructors. While youtube makes for a great additional resource some techniques are better to learn the old school way and then modify if needs be.
“Is this going to be on a test?”
This kind of a question gives off the impression that you’re in it for the ranking and bragging rights as opposed to personal growth, sport accomplishment and self defense.
“I deserve a better ranking”
Your instructor knows you and when you fulfill his or her unique criteria. There are no universal answers so stop looking for a definitive answer. Enjoy the journey and don’t focus so much on a destination