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First, it sounds like you're doing just fine.
Ron suggests playing it at a slower tempo. Learning a song at a slow tempo is always a good idea, of course. I think it's Itzhak Perlman that says: Learn slow. Forget slow.
Just keep in mind when playing the Wohlfart etudes that they are not just notes played for the sake learning how to play notes. When played as intended, they are very short, but beautiful musical compositions. This is what you are eventually shooting for with etude no. 3. Notice how when played up to tempo, with expression and dynamics, it's actually quite a lovely piece of music.
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