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144 Practice Exercises

If you go through these 144 lessons, you will surely improve a lot and also be able to see where you need to improve. Click here to try now.

Typing Speed Test

You can quickly test your typing speed using this app. We have several text options so that you can use any or all of them and see if your typing speed is consistent throughout the tests. Click here to try now.

Typing Practice

In this app, you can practice as long as you want. But the app wants you to match every character and you cannot go back to fix a mistyped character. Click here to try now.

Fast Typing

How fast can you type? This app can show you how fast you really are! One word after another pops up as soon as you type a word and hit the enter button. Click here to try now.

Finger Indicator

Do you know which finger to use for typing which letter? This app always automatically indicates which finger of your hands you need to use to type the next letter in the alphabet. Click here to try now.

Alphabet Practice

This typing app is for the very beginners. Althought a total of 60 seconds given, you may need only few seconds to complete all the letters. Click here to try now.

 

Typing Test — Top 10 (ten) World Ranking

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WPM = Words per minute

Sl. Name Level Net WPM Accuracy Country
1. April Professional 149 97.39% Singapore
2. Fran Professional 139 99.29% Panama
3. Jianming Professional 138 97.88% Singapore
4. Timothy Shoemaker Professional 137 95.13% United States
5. Timothy Shoemaker Professional 136 95.12% United States
6. Jianming Professional 135 98.54% Singapore
7. David Professional 135 95.73% Taiwan
8. Jianming Professional 134 97.82% Singapore
9. Timothy Shoemaker Professional 134 95.73% United States
10. Timothy Shoemaker Professional 134 94.36% United States

How we grade your typing speed:

Level Net WPM
Slow 0 - 25
Average 26 - 45
Fluent 46 - 60
Fast 61 - 80
Professional 80+

Performance Graph — Based on top 10 (ten) world ranking

Type 200% faster - Keyboarding online / online typing practice

The following 100% free online typing practice lessons and exercises will help all users (beginner, intermediate, & advanced) to increase their typing skills. Click on a link below and start now.

Typing Practice 1: Home Row - Index fingers: J and F

Typing Practice 2: Home Row - Middle fingers: K and D

Typing Practice 3: Home Row - Review: JFKD

Typing Practice 4: Home Row - Ring fingers: S and L

Typing Practice 5: Home Row - Pinkie fingers: A and ;

Typing Practice 6: Home Row - Index fingers: G and H

Typing Practice 7: Home Row - Back and forth

Typing Practice 8: Home Row - Left hand keys 1

Typing Practice 9: Home Row - Left hand keys 2

Typing Practice 10: Home Row - Right hand keys 1

Typing Practice 11: Home Row - Right hand keys 2

Typing Practice 12: Home Row Review 1

Typing Practice 13: Home Row Review 2

Typing Practice 14: Home Row Review 3

Typing Practice 15: Home Row Review 4

Typing Practice 16: Home Row Review 5

Typing Practice 17: Home Row Review 6

Typing Practice 18: Top Row - Index fingers: R and U

Typing Practice 19: Top Row - Middle fingers: E and I

Typing Practice 20: Top Row - Ring fingers: W and O

Typing Practice 21: Top Row - Pinkie fingers: Q and P

Typing Practice 22: Top Row - Index fingers: T and Y

Typing Practice 23: Top Row - Back and forth

Typing Practice 24: Top Row - All left hand 1

Typing Practice 25: Top Row - All left hand 2

Typing Practice 26: Top Row - All right hand 1

Typing Practice 27: Top Row - All right hand 2

Typing Practice 28: Top Row Review 1

Typing Practice 29: Top Row Review 2

Typing Practice 30: Top Row Review 3

Typing Practice 31: Top Row Review 4

Typing Practice 32: Top Row Review 5

Typing Practice 33: Bottom Row - Index fingers: V and M

Typing Practice 34: Bottom Row - Middle fingers: C and ,

Typing Practice 35: Bottom Row - Ring fingers: X and .

Typing Practice 36: Bottom Row - Pinkie fingers: Z and /

Typing Practice 37: Bottom Row - Index fingers: B and N

Typing Practice 38: Bottom Row - Back and forth

Typing Practice 39: Bottom Row - All left hand 1

Typing Practice 40: Bottom Row - All left hand 2

Typing Practice 41: Bottom Row - All right hand 1

Typing Practice 42: Bottom Row - All right hand 2

Typing Practice 43: Bottom Row Review 1

Typing Practice 44: Bottom Row Review 2

Typing Practice 45: Bottom Row Review 3

Typing Practice 46: Bottom Row Review 4

Typing Practice 47: Review 1: Left hand words

Typing Practice 48: Review 2: Right hand words

Typing Practice 49: Review 3: Alternating hand words

Typing Practice 50: Capitals 1

Typing Practice 51: Capitals 2

Typing Practice 52: Capitals 3

Typing Practice 53: Capitals 4

Typing Practice 54: Numbers 1

Typing Practice 55: Numbers 2

Typing Practice 56: Numbers 3

Typing Practice 57: Numbers 4

Typing Practice 58: Symbols 1

Typing Practice 59: Symbols 2

Typing Practice 60: Symbols 3

Typing Practice 61: Symbols 4

Typing Practice 62: Numeric Keypad 1

Typing Practice 63: Numeric Keypad 2

Typing Practice 64: Numeric Keypad 3

Typing Practice 65: Numeric Keypad 4

Typing Practice 66: Easy Home Row Words

Typing Practice 67: Easy Top Row Words

Typing Practice 68: Easy Bottom Row Words

Typing Practice 69: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - CK

Typing Practice 70: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - CH

Typing Practice 71: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - PH

Typing Practice 72: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - GH

Typing Practice 73: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - TH

Typing Practice 74: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - DG

Typing Practice 75: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ION

Typing Practice 76: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - OUS

Typing Practice 77: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ATE

Typing Practice 78: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - QU

Typing Practice 79: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - IAL

Typing Practice 80: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ENT

Typing Practice 81: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ER

Typing Practice 82: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - GRA

Typing Practice 83: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - OR

Typing Practice 84: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ABLE

Typing Practice 85: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - IC

Typing Practice 86: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - EI

Typing Practice 87: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ACY

Typing Practice 88: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - EX

Typing Practice 89: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ON

Typing Practice 90: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - IN

Typing Practice 91: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ING

Typing Practice 92: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ARY

Typing Practice 93: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - LY

Typing Practice 94: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - GY

Typing Practice 95: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - ED

Typing Practice 96: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - AL

Typing Practice 97: Intermediate Level: Common Letter Combinations - TRAN

Typing Practice 98: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 1

Typing Practice 99: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 2

Typing Practice 100: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 3

Typing Practice 101: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 4

Typing Practice 102: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 5

Typing Practice 103: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 6

Typing Practice 104: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 7

Typing Practice 105: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 8

Typing Practice 106: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 9

Typing Practice 107: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 10

Typing Practice 108: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 11

Typing Practice 109: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 12

Typing Practice 110: Intermediate Level: Common phrase practice 13

Typing Practice 111: Advanced Level: Using Right Hand SHIFT Key

Typing Practice 112: Advanced Level: Using Left Hand SHIFT key

Typing Practice 113: Advanced Level: Using Each SHIFT Key

Typing Practice 114: Advanced Level: Left hand only - short words

Typing Practice 115: Advanced Level: Left hand only - longer words

Typing Practice 116: Advanced Level: Right hand only - easy words

Typing Practice 117: Advanced Level: Right hand only - harder words

Typing Practice 118: Advanced Level: Words with alternate hands letters

Typing Practice 119: Advanced Level: Numbers and Special Characters - Left hand

Typing Practice 120: Advanced Level: Numbers and Special Characters - Right hand

Typing Practice 121: Advanced Level: Numbers and Special Characters - Left hand - More difficult

Typing Practice 122: Advanced Level: Numbers and Special Characters - Right hand - More difficult

Typing Practice 123: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 1

Typing Practice 124: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 2

Typing Practice 125: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 3

Typing Practice 126: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 4

Typing Practice 127: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 5

Typing Practice 128: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 6

Typing Practice 129: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 7

Typing Practice 130: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 8

Typing Practice 131: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 9

Typing Practice 132: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 10

Typing Practice 133: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 11

Typing Practice 134: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 12

Typing Practice 135: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 13

Typing Practice 136: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 14

Typing Practice 137: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 15

Typing Practice 138: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 16

Typing Practice 139: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 17

Typing Practice 140: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 18

Typing Practice 141: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 19

Typing Practice 142: Advanced Level: Tongue twisters 20

Typing Practice 143: Advanced Level: The hardest words to type 1

Typing Practice 144: Advanced Level: The hardest words to type 2

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Typing Test — Last 25 Practice Results

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The following list shows how some users of this website have performed within last 24 hours.

WPM = Words per minute

Sl. Name Level Net WPM Accuracy Country
1. Ammar Khan Average 39 95.07% Pakistan
2. Ammar Khan Average 37 92.42% Pakistan
3. Ammar Khan Average 31 93.98% Pakistan
4. Agritech Skills College Sabah Average 41 97.6% Malaysia
5. samit kumar singla Average 32 96.95% India
6. sai Fluent 54 91.55% India
7. Melissa Average 45 88.28% United States
8. Gwent Professional 99 94.29% United States
9. Anthony Owen Fast 66 98.51% United States
10. Anthony Owen Fast 65 98.48% United States
11. your mom Fast 77 95.04% Canada
12. your mom Fast 65 86.63% Canada
13. your mom Fluent 46 95.87% Canada
14. your mom Fluent 47 92.13% Canada
15. your mom Professional 82 98.8% Canada
16. your mom Average 37 94.87% Canada
17. your mom Fast 70 97.22% Canada
18. GANESH NATARAJAN S Average 27 89.93% India
19. karan kumar narayan Fluent 49 100% India
20. Fatihah Azri Fluent 46 82.27% Malaysia
21. Fatihah Azri Slow 14 35.23% Malaysia
22. rahulsharma Fluent 56 100% India
23. rahulsharma Fluent 52 86.67% India
24. rahulsharma Fluent 50 86.25% India
25. rahulsharma Fluent 52 92.86% India

How we grade your typing speed:

Level Net WPM
Slow 0 - 25
Average 26 - 45
Fluent 46 - 60
Fast 61 - 80
Professional 80+

Performance Graph — Based on last 25 results

 

Fast typing benefits

Although all of us know fast typing is beneficial, here we shall give a list of many benefits.

  • In this digital age, typing is almost an everyday necessity. So, millions of people are searching for free typing speed test online.
  • As fast typing gets things done quicker, you achieve higher productivity and save your time.
  • If fast typing can save you 10 (ten) minutes per day, it will save about 3,650 minutes or 60+ hours in a year. Imagine you are typing 60+ hours more every year because of your slow typing speed.
  • As a student, you can quickly take notes and save time on writing assignments.
  • Chat faster with friends, family members and others.
  • Fast and accurate typing is important in many jobs such as paralegal and executive assistant jobs.
  • It is a "must have" skill for journalists, blogger, and writers.
  • Do you want to work as a secretary and/or administrator? Typing is a fundamental job requirement for these jobs.
  • If you build your career as an online personal assistant, computer operator, data entry operator, etc., this skill will help you throughout your career.
  • Sometimes this skill will help you to compete in high paying positions.
  • Trust us – it will probably always matter how many words you are typing per minute. Improving words typing per minute will always help you.

The good thing is – there are many free typing tests available online. Here is our free typing test online. It is actually a typing word per minute test.

[Must Read] Tips to improve your typing speed and achieve better typing test scores

Many users of this website have achieved 100+ WPM (words per minute) scores in typing test WPM. Do you know how this is possible in typing tests? Although there are several reasons behind such high scores in typing tests, there are two main reasons – (a) muscle memory and (b) practice, practice, and practice.

Muscle memory can be defined as “when you do the same task over and over again, your body and brain learn to perform this task without conscious effort”. The more you practice, the better muscle memory is achieved. At this stage, your fingers know where the keys are positioned in the keyword. So, you do not need to look at the keyboard to type anything.

If you follow the tips and techniques below, you can achieve 100+ typing test WPM without looking at the screen of your device such as a computer. A good typing speed will help you years after years by saving time, gaining higher productivity, ensuring efficiency, and many more.

What is your typing tests WPM? Check your typing tests WPM from this typing word per minute test page.

Get ready for tough typing

What is touch typing? Touch typing or touch type or touch keyboarding is typing using all one's fingers and without looking at the keys. So, you must type without using the sense of sight to find the keys and use all your fingers instead of use a few fingertips and even nails to type. Expert typists are touch typists. The following sections will guide you to become a touch typist.

Always practice typing to become an expert touch typist.

Maintain the correct sitting posture for typing

If your sitting position is not correct, this can be tiring.

  • You should not only sit straight but also keep your back straight.
  • Your chair should have proper support for your back.
  • Feel free to place a small pillow between your back and your chair if your chair does not have any built-in cushion for your lower back.
  • There should be minimum from 45 to 70 centimeters distance between your eyes and the screen.
  • But you should not sit far away from your computer too. This will make hard to type.
  • Place the screen in such a place that it is in the same height of your head when you look forward. As an alternative, you can adjust your chair if you are using an adjustable chair.
  • When you keep your fingers on the keyboard, your elbow should be in 90 degree angle.
  • When you type, you should feel comfortable and allow minimum strain to your shoulder, arm, and wrist muscles.
  • Try to put your feet flat on the floor if it is OK with you.
  • Your fingers should be just a little curved.
  • Remember that you arms should always be relaxed.

Typing on your lap is not recommended. Type at a desk or table. The place where you sit and type should be comfortable, well-lit, and well-ventilated.

Watch this correct sitting position at a desktop Computer" video.

Always follow the keyboard scheme

Amateurs use the wrong fingers to press keys in the keyboard. But expects use the correct finger to press every key. It is hard to remember which finger you should use to press which key. But it is not a problem at all.

We have a list 144 typing practice exercises and typing test speed test online. Do not miss these free typing lessons. When you go through each exercise of these free typing lessons, an image in the application shows you which finger to use for the next letter or symbol. We strongly hope you will find this super-easy to follow.

These 144 free typing lessons and/or exercises cover from letters to numbers to symbols. This series of 144 typing practice exercises is kind of “all in one” typing test speed test online version for every touch typing learner.

Our typing test online can help you to learn this lesson. Are you looking for a free typing speed test online? Click here for typing speed test free.

Practice, practice, and practice

How long should you practice typing? You should practice typing as long as you do not achieve professional scores in your typing tests. Do you want to achieve even higher such as 100+ WPM? If so, do not stop. Keep practicing. This is the only way to reach your goals.

Here are some achievement goals/targets for each level of progress:

Beginner level goals: Two goals – (a) just try to build the good habit of using the right fingers to press the right key and (b) make sure that you can easily and correctly press the keys in function row, number row, tab row, home row, bottom row, and space bar row.

Intermediate level goals: Two goals – (a) identify which keys or key combinations are giving you trouble and practice typing more to iron these errors out and (b) make sure you can accurately and comfortably use both hands and all fingers to press the keys.

Advanced level goals: Three goals – (a) build muscle memory so that you can accurately type fast without looking at the keys, (b) achieve a professional score in every typing speed test and (c) develop natural rhythm when you type.

How long should you practice every day? You should practice at least 30 (thirty) minutes or more. Ideal time is – at least one hour or more. Divide your practice in many short periods. Practicing long periods are less useful than practicing many short periods.

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Begin by practicing individual letters

You should start with not only the letters but also other individual keys such as numbers and symbols. Next, you should try to type words accurately. Finally, you should type sentences and paragraphs. This step by step process is easy and comfortable to follow. Take this typing test online to see how it works.

Before you go to check the free typing test WPM page, you want to try this fast typing words game.

Save typing test results to measure your progress

Typing speed is usually measured in WPM unit in a typing speed test. Before you start any practice, take a typing test and save the score i.e. typing test WPM. Now you can start practicing. Time to time take a typing test and save your results. These results will help you to understand and analyze your progress over time.

Go to this free typing speed test online page to save your practice typing test results because this page offers free typing test WPM.

Practice with typing apps and typing games

Besides free typing practice apps, there are many free typing apps and typing games available on the Internet. Some of the typing games are very much interesting and addicting. You can start with a typing game and then try more such typing games. The good thing with typing games is – you will not easily get bored when you play a typing game.

Our site saves your typing test online. Just go to the certificate page for typing speed test free and log in before you start your typing test online.

The secrets of the F and J keys

Did you ever notice raised bumps on each of the F key and J key? If not, notice now. Why are raised bumps added to these keys?

When your index fingers rest on the F and J keys, your other fingers will naturally fall into other keys.

In other words, you do not need to look away from your screen if your index fingers are on these keys because you can easily locate any key you need to press. Whenever you sit to type something, start by placing your index fingers on these raised bumps. So, your left hand fingers should be on “ASDF” keys and right hand fingers on “JKL;” keys. Now you are ready to start typing.

Do not look at the keys when you type and practice typing test

The fact is - looking at the keyboard actually slows a typist down. So, you should memorize the position of each key. When you start practicing, you may make mistakes. But it is OK. No one became an expert typist without making mistakes.

Just remember that the more you practice, the better your fingers will automatically be able to find the right key and press it without your conscious effort. This way your muscle memory will grow.

But if you look at the keys and type, this will delay your learning. In fact, this is the incorrect way of learning typing. So, try to avoid this from day one.

Another important suggestion here is - to improve your typing speed and reduce stress on your hands, position your fingers close to the base position of your keyboard.

Do you want to take a challenge and force yourself to learn the key positions? Okay! Buy a Das Keyboard Ultimate because it is a blank keyboard. It will be useless even if you look at the keyboard. Does this sound challenging and interesting?

Higher accuracy can result in higher speed typing

When you make a lot of mistakes, it slows down your speed. Did you notice? On the other hand, there is no use of fast typing speed if you are making a lot of mistakes. As a beginner, take your time and use the correct fingers to press the keys and thus, try to be accurate in your typing practice and typing speed test. The more accurate you become, the higher speed you will see.

Another point is – you waste your time, energy, productivity when you make a lot of mistakes and use the backspace key many times to delete first and then correct the errors. So, it is perfectly OK to slow down and try to be more accurate. Do not worry. Eventually, speed will follow you. When you slow down and try to be accurate, you will feel relaxed and more in control.

You should never worry about speed in practice typing test. Instead, try to be accurate in your typing test speed test online! So, feel free to slow down when you find that your typing is getting less accurate.

When you are a beginner, try to repeatedly type sample passages over and over again. It has two benefits – you gain accuracy and speed at the same time. Give a try and you will understand how it works.

First, try to be 100% accurate. So, feel free to slow your typing pace until you can attain 100% accuracy. Then go for speed. Remember what Vince Lombardi said, "Practice doesn't make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect."

To check your accuracy in a speed typing test, use this typing tests WPM page.

You should minimize your physical effort

Your keyboard is good enough to register a keystroke with a light touch. So, there is no need to type with force. This just drains your energy out and strains your wrists and hands.

When you type, your finger muscles are not only involved but also your hands, arms, back, shoulders, neck and head muscles are involved. Forceful typing strains all these muscles. So, always use the minimum force necessary to type.

Stretch your wrists when they get stiff

It is common among typists when their wrists get stiff if they type for a longer period of time. Stiff wrists will surely slow down you speed. But how should you stretch your wrists? Go to Youtube.com and search for “wrist stretching exercises” and you will find several exercises. Click here to watch a quick and easy wrist stretching exercise. This kind of exercise can bring back energy and mobility of your wrists and fingers.

Use basic keyboard shortcuts to navigate faster

When you use shortcuts, your hands are still on the keyboard. But when you use your mouse, your hands go away from the keyboard. Finally, your hand comes back on the keyboard. It consumes and/or wastes your valuable typing time. The less you save the mouse, the more time you save.

We have given a list of basic shortcuts so that you can learn right from here and start using them.

Sl. Platform Shortcuts Descriptions
1. Word File Ctrl + C Copy selected item
2. Word File Ctrl + X Cut selected item
3. Word File Ctrl + V Paste
4. Word File Ctrl + Z Undo
5. Word File Ctrl + S Save current file
6. Word File Ctrl + F Select the search box to search for word(s)
7. Word File Ctrl + A Select everything
8. Word File Shift + Left Arrow Select previous letter
9. Word File Shift + Right Arrow Select next letter
10. Word File Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow Select previous word
11. Word File Ctrl + Shift + Right Arrow Select next word
12. Word File Ctrl + Left Arrow Navigate cursor to previous word without selecting
13. Word File Ctrl + Right Arrow Navigate cursor to next word without selecting
14. Word File Home Go to start of line
15. Word File End Go to end of line
16. Word File Page up Scroll up
17. Word File Page Down Scroll down
18. Browser Ctrl + Tab Move forward through tabs
19. Browser Ctrl + Shift + Tab Move back through tabs
20. Browser Ctrl + T Open a new tab
21. Browser Ctrl + W Close current tab
22. Browser Ctrl + Shift + T Open previously closed tab
23. Browser Ctrl + R Refresh current webpage
24. Browser Ctrl + N Open a new browser window
25. Browser Backspace Go back one page
26. Browser Shift + Backspace Go forward one page
27. Windows Alt + Tab Switch to next opened window
28. Windows Alt + F4 Close current window

Keep at least one or both thumbs on the space bar

Oftentimes, we need to type one or more spaces. If you keep at least one or both the thumbs on the space bar, you will never need to shift your hands around to type one or more spaces between two words. So, do not take both your thumbs off the space bar at the same time. This will surely save your time.

Always use your new touch typing habit

Do use your 10 (ten) fingers during your practice in offline or online typing test i.e. speed typing test. Use ten fingers touch typing when you chat with someone. Use ten fingers touch typing when you type an email, assignment, or anything. Just totally avoid your hunt and peck typing habit.

Are you still using your old typing habit? Check this with this free typing test online after you finish your free typing test lessons online.

How many words are you typing per minute in online type test? Are you happy with your online type test results? Will an employer be happy with your online type test score if you apply for a job?

Take a free words per minute test to find the answers.

Use a keyboard you are comfortable with

There are different shapes and sizes of keyboards. But you should use the one that you are comfortable with. Another important thing is – the larger the key sizes are, the easier it will be to type. Besides, the keys should have enough resistance to inform you that the stroke has registered. This also helps to avoid accidentally hitting keys.

Buy a mechanical keyboard

Yes, seriously. When you achieve 60 or more WPM and want to keep improve, buy a mechanical keyboard. These keyboards are ideal for typing even faster. But there are two things to remember. First, you do not need this keyboard if you are a beginner. Try this only after you achieve 60 ore more WPM as we said earler. Second, it will take some time to get used to this type of keyboard.

If you buy such a keyboard, use this free typing lessons test page to see how you are performing with your new keyboard in free words per minute test.

Do not go back

Most people have the bad habit of typing with only two fingers or a few fingers. They are very comfortable with this habit and feel strong resistance from their inner side as soon as they need to change the habit and get used to using all the fingers of both hands.

Surely, it can take weeks before your fingers get conditioned to take control of the keys they are responsible for. At the beginning, this can be uncomfortable free typing tests WPM. But do not give up (even if your initial progress is slow) and go back to your previous typing habit. Have patience and keep trying.

Do not use your hunt and peck method any more in your offline or online typing test / speed typing test. Leave it behind forever. Try a free typing test right now on our free typing lessons test if you wish to.

Join a typing class

If you have tried to learn by yourself but failed to see improvements in an online typing test or do not find free typing test lessons online helpful, a good alternative is to take a typing class. Your instructor can personally help you. Many schools, community colleges, and education programs offer typing or keyboard classes. So, you should check to see if your institution offers a typing class.

Some other important suggestions

Here go some other short but important suggestions to follow:

  • If you are a beginner, it will surely take some time before see results of your typing word per minute test. Do not rush or give up. Your patience is important. Does this make sense?
  • As you keep practicing, your mistakes will slowly decrease and you will gain speed. Please do not expect to see good typing speed within a short period of time.
  • When you cannot concentrate and are making a lot of mistakes, take a break and come back later to continue practicing again.
  • Take a free typing test whenever you need to check your free typing tests WPM.
  • Finally, we are reminding you again that try each and every exercise in these typing practice exercises.

You can also read the articles from our free typing lessons test page. These are theoretical discussion of free typing test lessons online.

Finally... What is your score in free typing tests WPM / free words per minute test after all these typing practice sessions?

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