If you are consistently shooting low and to the left, about 8 o'clock on a clock face, and you are a right handed shooter, you are either slapping the trigger, or much more likely, you are tightening the fingers around the front of the grip anticipating the recoil. If you are left-handed you are probably tightening your entire grip for the same reason.
In either case some relaxation is in order. Concentrate on slow rates of fire with every shot coming as a surprise. As you gain control you can gradually speed up your rate of fire. This should take a few trips to the range to accomplish. You will not be able to break a bad habit in one afternoon.
Good luck to you, and have fun. It's a great little gun.