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#918560 08/01/05 03:22 PM
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Here's a test that calculates your words per minute.


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#918561 08/01/05 03:24 PM
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Ok, I typed 23 words per minute with 13 errors.

I know MP'll do better than that, but, ya know. :rolleyes:


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32 words per minute with 5 errors. Although, its much harder to type fast when you have to read off the screen. When it's your own thoughts and words it comes out much faster.

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Yeah, your right about that. But...your good. eek


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92 words with 3 errors! Although, all of the errors were due to spacing.

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92!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is crazy! I think we have found are new champion!

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92 seems physically impossible! Are you leading us off the deep end, John? Or are you really 'the hand'?


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Actually yeah - thats nearly three times faster than i type and i can type pretty fast - either you are lying to us or you are a super human who's magical power is the ability to type at unheard of speeds.

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Yeah, what she said. mad


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Why the angry face? Coz i said what you wanted to, because you cant beat me at anything, or because im annoying you with my relentless replies?

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Actually it's cuz I can't beleive that guy can type that fast.


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Thats coz it aint true.

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Yeah, but ya know, my internet ain't goin fast enough, that's why your beating me.


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Wow - i just looked it up and i read about a guy who can type 120 words a minute! Maybe John aint lying!

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Come on John. Tell us. Are you lyin?


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I'm not, I swear! I'm just young! I took "Computer Application" classes in 7th and 8th grade for a semester each, and all we basically did was learn to type fast and with accuracy. I guess it did help in the long run!

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88 wpm with two errors. What's the big deal?


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#918577 08/02/05 01:58 AM
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Wow! You guys are fast!

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52 wpm with 0 errors. I guess most of us will be above the average typing speed, we are all pianists. laugh

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Yeah! I got -6 words per minute w/ 6 errors!

Edit: I meant 56 errors not 6


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61/5 errors. Wow John--92! P.S.:your name reminds me of the 2 John Kims at our school. Their name was exactly the same, and they were in the same homeroom class. So when graduation time came, the teacher called John Kim twice in a row!

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Yea, we have 2 Christine Trans in our grade, so that'll probably happen to them too!

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I typed 36 words per minute with 13 errors!

I agree with Caroline. It's hard to read something off the screen and type at the same time. Quite awhile ago I used to be a typesetter. I was responsible for entering text for magazine advertisements, coupons, newspaper advertisements, poster, and other boring things. Speed isn't a requirement for this; accuracy is.

Cool test though.

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Hey, you're about the same speed as me then. Though with 13 errors i hope the advertisements you used to do were not for ferarri's. Everyone would be down the local garage demanding the £10000 brand new ferarri they saw advertised. laugh

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Hey, you're about the same speed as me then. Though with 13 errors i hope the advertisements you used to do were not for ferarri's. Everyone would be down the local garage demanding the £10000 brand new ferarri they saw advertised. laugh

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LoL they weren't for Ferarri's...That would be too interesting. These were mostly advertisements for jars of fruit salad, wood stoves, and furniture along with employment advertisements for different companies.

My current job requires data entry, and customer correspondence so I get a lot of practice all day.


My brother has a saying... He can type 180 words per minute. The only thing is 99% of the keys are Backspace!

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Hehe, your brother sounds like a hoot.

I hope your current job is more exciting for you. You could easily go crazy writing about jars of fruit salad all day. wink

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38 words with seven errors, not too bad when the last time I had a speed test in grade 9 at school, I got 33.

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I got 113 wpm with 3 erros. Go me! Yes, I have done many a receptionists job.

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Hehe, your brother sounds like a hoot.

I hope your current job is more exciting for you. You could easily go crazy writing about jars of fruit salad all day. wink

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My brother does have a great sense of humor and is quite a tease to boot! He went and blew at the hydrometer, I have on my new piano, to raise the humidity, just to see me go into a snit.

He's also famous for repacking mailorder things that come in into broken boxes just to see my reaction. Hehe he's always been like this even when he was a kid.

Oh yeah the job swell... I'd rather type in fruit salad coupons. Hehe... The network admin part is fun. I get to play with different tools, check out broken PCs and help people.

The other part, of the many hats I wear, is really boring. Filling out customer orders on the computer that they send in by fax. I'm getting so I know nearly every person I talk to based on where they call from. I'm also getting to know every part number by heart too. 618910 - Drytech 30" Imagesetting Film... $980 per roll. 625537 - Semi-Gloss finish material...$250 per roll. AGHHH!!!

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67 words per minute with 6 errors. I can't type without looking at the keyboard alot, so I was frantically looking up and down during the test!


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40 wpm with 2 mistakes. I guess that's not too bad considering I got a D in typing when I was in high school and I type with four fingers.

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One of my sons types 120. He plays trumpet, but he would have been a whiz of a pianist. Actually he has been teaching himself hymns on piano and can play about 100 of them, which I struggle with. He was here for a visit and sight read Bach minuets that I took weeks to learn.

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65 wpm with 3 errors. Not too rusty.

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Hmm, "You typed 5 words per minute with 42 errors." Any chance these numbers are the wrong way round? Or am I just the world's wrsot typre?

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88/2. I guess it's just about practice. If we've been tinkling with the keyboard (computer one not piano) for years, we tend to be faster and we don't look at the keyboard to know what we're typing.

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32 wpm with 1 (spacing) error. With one hand!
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First try: 33 wpm w/ 23 errors

Second try: 34 wpm w/15 errors

3rd try . . .

Umpteenth try: 55 wpm w/ 3 errors

Guess I'm rusty.

Having it halt when hitting a wrong key really annoyed me mad ! Good thing the piano doesn't quit making sound everytime one hits a wrong key!

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Done! You typed 44 words per minute with 14 errors!


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Done! You typed 40 words per minute with 5 errors!Yay.... stupid commas!

I think the record is held by our receptionist friend Nikki23!! 113!!!!wow eek


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I can max at around 80-85 wpm with less than 5 errors. Crusing speed is about 50 wpm with less than 5 errors.

On the piano, max at 12 notes/second in some really fast cadenzas.

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I typed about 75wpm - don't type much now so guess around 55wpm.

Never liked typing tests and somehow my fingers don't like them either. Happy that I don't have to worry about them anymore.

I worked with someone who typed around 110wpm no errors with long fingernails. Never did figure out how she was able to accomplish this feat. smile

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82wpm with 1 error. Pretty good since I haven't done any fast typing on a regular basis since college. Now if I could only get my piano playing up to that speed! laugh

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I got 56/17, smile . I use to be able to touch the 80/5 mark. Where did my typing skills go?


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Done! You typed 94 words per minute with 2 errors!
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87 words per minute with 7 errors - hm, glad i don't need to use whiteout...
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I got 68 wpm with 8 errors. That was on the 2nd test, because the first time I tried it I didn't realize it wouldn't let you go on until you corrected an error.

Fun test!

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85 words per minute with 2 errors! But admittedly, I took the test twice. shocked The first time around I got 36/22 or something. The lack of a backspace really threw me off the first time around - I usually know that I've typed an error before I see it on the screen, so I reflexively go for the backspace, which in this case only slows things down further.

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Well I am a lousy pianist, but I managed 50 wpm with no errors. Remember, back in the "old days" you needed to do 60 or 70 wpm with no errors to get a secretarial job.

It is a fun test, but fairly unrelated to piano playing

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My first time through I ended up 37/6. Then I realized that they don't allow backspacing and they screw up the format by only allowing one space between sentences. (There are supposed to be two.)

Anyhow, my retest was 96/1. laugh


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Remember, back in the "old days" you needed to do 60 or 70 wpm with no errors to get a secretarial job.
And on a mechanical typewriter that you really have to pound on the keys.

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75 words, 1 error, third attempt.

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they screw up the format by only allowing one space between sentences. (There are supposed to be two.)
The two spaces between sentences dates to the dark ages, Kreisler, when you and I were typing on mechanical typewriters. Nowadays, with wordprocessers that automatically wrap around, most style manuals only want you to put one space between sentences. You can't teach this old dog new tricks, so I still put two. wink

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122 wpm w/ 1 error

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DANG!!!

just 81/0 here. mad

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Just as a point of reference, my sister was a professional technical typist back in the 70's and 80's. She clocked 135 wpm on the standard typing test! She can barely use her wrists these days.

I am a two-fingered, hunt & peck typist, myself.

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World Records in Typing

TEST RESULT TYPIST MACHINE YEAR
1 hr 147 wpm Albert Tangora Underwood Standard 1923
1 hr 149 wpm Margaret Hamma electric typewriter 1941
1 min 216 wrds Stella Pajunas IBM machine 1946
5 min 176 wpm Carole Bechen manual typewriter 1959
3 min 158 wpm Gregory Arakelian personal computer 1991
???? 192 wpm Natalie Lantos** PC 1998

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My typing speed has increased to about 70wpm now. The score I have achieved is the result of daily practice.


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