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  1. 4

    latree says

    I’m 35. but I’m okay with that. this test is in english while I speak Indonesian. not a valid test for me I guess… 🙂

  2. 8

    Connie says

    I am a super slow typist…like 35 WPM. I once to a typing test for Airbone Express, and got a negative score!!! That’s why I blog so little!!!

  3. 9

    Jeremiah R. Jones says

    okay–that test is “shady.”

    i’ll stick with my second–and much improved–score of 53 wpm.

  4. 10

    Cecily R says

    I’m so not telling. It’s sad really. It was only recently that I stopped looking at my hands…

  5. 11

    The Pruetz Family says

    I always thought I typed REALLY fast, but I couldn’t get any higher than 82 words per minute! I’m going to call you “Lightning” from now on!

    For someone as competitive as me, I’m going to run this site into the ground. 🙂

  6. 12

    Gunnisac Sandersons says

    Okay. I’m embarrased, but I can’t type without looking at my hands, so I got 36. I’ll have to practice or say I’m too old to learn new tricks. Haahaahaa. Good job.

  7. 13

    Bonnie says

    When I finished my typing (yes I mean typing. I am old and threrefor it was before they changed completely over to computers) class in high school I could type 14 wpm. I haven’t improved over time. So you have me beat by a mile.

  8. 15

    carrie & troy keiser says

    Oh mine was SAD I’m so going to take it again! I’m not even telling how slow it was!

  9. 16

    Cassie says

    I’m only at 65 wpm. I thought I was faster than that! I guess I made a lot of typos…I really depend on my spell checker for that kind of thing!

  10. 17

    Good & Crazy says

    67. Which is pretty good for me, I remember in my typing class in high school I did 55 wpm and that was enough to pass the Word Perfect certification!

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    Kate says

    91…but I’m a reporter/writer, so I type ALL the time. I just gave it a whirl at work. I’ve been over 100 before so this one is pretty accurate! I find the ones with actual sentences harder actually.

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