skatoulaki Sherri Q

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Trend over 110 games.
Rank 17849 / 310795
Number of games 110
Best game 108.19
Recent speed
average of the last games
84.78
Old speed
average of the first games
83.79
All time speed 88.01
Recent accuracy
average of the last games
97.15%
Old accuracy
average of the first games
99.12%
The speed is expressed in WPM (Words Per Minute).
The accuracy indicates how precise you are during the typing test. 100% means 0 errors.




Messages 


user401321 3 weeks ago
Woww that's a long time to be typing
user401321 3 weeks ago
Woww that's a long time to be typing
cwuka 3 weeks, 3 days ago
wow! how long have you had your job for?
skatoulaki 3 weeks, 5 days ago
@maria4mare: Um, nowhere do I say that I've been typing for 20 years. I've been typing since around 1983...so 38 years. Not really sure why you felt the need to post this comment, to be honest...
maria4mare 1 month ago
dude... you made a post 8 years ago and in it, you said that you've been typing for 20 years. i assume you've been typing for 28 years now. you should be updating it each year you type. please understand my concerns and take my worries about misinformation into consideration. thank you.
robynthompkins._ 2 years, 7 months ago
hi wyd lets be friend...
robynthompkins._ 2 years, 7 months ago
hi wyd lets be friend...
swoleverine 8 years, 1 month ago
thanks for the tips! my peek speed is 60 WPM and average is 46 wpm I started 2 weeks ago when my average was 34 wpm
skatoulaki 8 years, 1 month ago
What really helped me improve my typing speed is...typing every day. I first learned to type through a 6-month typing course in high school a LONG time ago. In secretarial school several years later, I improved my speed, and when I became a secretary, typing became part of my everyday life at work.

Take a typing course to learn to type properly. I type so much that most of the letters on my keyboards (at home and at the office) are worn off, so I couldn't look at them even if I wanted to haha!

It takes time, time, and more time, but once you learn to type without looking at the keyboard, muscle memory takes over and you type without really thinking; your fingers type some words "automatically" and muscle memory helps you to increase your speed.

Good luck! Don't give up! You'll get there!
skatoulaki 8 years, 3 months ago
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I take a short break and stretch my fingers. At work, if I'm typing so much that my fingers hurt, I switch to another task that doesn't involve typing (filing, etc.) to give my hands a rest.
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I'm a legal administrative coordinator at an Ivy League university. I've been typing for too many years to count haha!
Last login 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Date joined 8 years, 3 months ago
Keyboard / Laptop Dell
Keyboard mapping QWERTY
Computer usage Too many hours / day
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