Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Colonel Sanders, Apr 17, 2004.
I think I averaged 55wpm.
You think? If you finish it it will tell you.
I had 38 wpm. I'm a pecker. I can peck faster, I know I can.
I got 68 wpm. Not bad I guess.
Averaging about 47 wpm here.
40. i guess im just slow.
i type 101 WPM, but its all in my own language
84 words per minute
maybe i should take that keyboarding class
85 with a bunch of mistakes. I tend to read ahead and try to predict what's next on the end of lines, and most of the time get it wrong. I was also off by a word for a whole sentence so it penalized me for that.
type ? whats typing ?
I think I typed the whole two minutes off by one word, with very few errors. *bangs head on wall*.
Your score: 254 keys per minute ~ 50 words per minute
Ranking: You've got potential.
Comparison: 55% of registered TyperA users using this language have typed a better result; 45% have a lower or equal result.
You typed: Mac had written the elgey? No matter how much you do you never do enough. as as well as after Chips? The New York Times is read by the people who run the country. Your mother's husband died 22 years ago. An appaling amalgam of carnage and canality! You can make it illega, but you can't make it unpopular. What were you and your husband doing at that time? What is your quest Don't get frustrated without it Any girl can be glamorour; all you have to do is stand still and look stupid. A true artist will let his wife starve, his children go barefoot, his mother drudge for his l
Mistakes: Mac(MacDowell), elgey?(elegy?), as(well), well(as), as(after), after(Chips?), Chips?(The), The(New), New(York), York(Times), Times(is), is(read), read(by), by(the), the(people), people(who), who(run), run(the), the(country.), country.(Your), Your(mother's), mother's(husband), husband(died), died(22), 22(years), years(ago.), ago.(An), An(appalling), appaling(amalgam), amalgam(of), of(carnage), carnage(and), and(carnality!), canality!(You), You(can), can(make), make(it), it(illegal,), illega,(but), but(you), you(can't), can't(make), make(it), it(unpopular.), unpopular.(What), What(were), were(you), you(and), and(your), your(husband), husband(doing), doing(at), at(that), that(time?), time?(What), What(is), is(your), your(quest?), quest(Don't), Don't(get), get(frustrated), frustrated(without), without(it.), it(Any), Any(girl), girl(can), can(be), be(glamorous, glamorour;(all), all(you), you(have), have(to), to(do), do(is), is(stand), stand(still), still(and), and(look), look(stupid.), stupid.(A), A(true), true(artist), artist(will), will(let), let(his), his(wife), wife(starve,), starve,(his), his(children), children(go), go(barefoot,), barefoot,(his), his(mother), mother(drudge), drudge(for), for(his), his(living), l(a)
Better this time:
Your score: 219 keys per minute ~ 43 words per minute
Ranking: Not bad!
Comparison: 66% of registered TyperA users using this language have typed a better result; 34% have a lower or equal result.
You typed: The farther you go, the less you know. If ther is a wrong wat you do something, then someone will fo it. Thy two breasts are like two young roses that are twins. If you don't care where you are, then you ain't lost. You travel halfway across the galaxy and it's still the same song. If it is not, there is no couse for the adjournment. don't know why, but suddenly, I want to discuss declining I. A priest asked: What is fate, Master? Getting into trouble is easy. I suggest you locate your ho
Mistakes: ther(there), wat(way), you(to), fo(do), couse(cause), the(adjournment.), adjournment.(I), why,(why), but(but,), fate,(Fate,)
I need to overclock my keyboard
LOL good call rcx... I got 73wpm, but I suffered the same as Dokter. One missing comma stuffed my sentence
i can usually do 40/50 with a load of mistakes. but that typing program expected you to have capital letters and full punctuation and a few words i didnt have a clue how to spell.