Even the 'quick brown fox' sentence can be modified to shave off a few of its redundant letters.
look closely at the word ''with'' and you gonna see it ;)
And then you have to go back and fix the mistake but most of the time its too late and you don't even get a single one.
Young twister typing test or TTTT
If I knew the sentences, it would be a world of difference (and I think after like 20 times you would.) I have heard about the fox one, but do not know it exactly, same goes for; something with chickens and a basket and pudding and proof. So even though those ring a bell, I will still need to look up for almost every word ( I do know that "the" comes after "in" for example with the pudding sentence..)
Im good though, dont feel the urge to try more.
Dont type the spaces, it will still accept!
In real life I would just type it all out and go back and fix the couple words I got wrong but typing tests don't work like that, of course.
Modern Problems require Modern Solution
I went to a temp agency once and did a sign-on there and tested 80WPM over 2 (not just 1, but 2) minutes with zero errors. My touch was better then, as was my focus and ability to sense when I had made an error and go back and correct it. Despite being on a computer that facilitates faster keystrokes on the keyboard, I just can't seem to be *quite* the whiz I was when I was in my 20s/30s. Perhaps if I took some Chamomile tea or something to put me "in the right state" and also had the laptop on a stable surface (such as a desk), rather than on my lap or on a book on my lap, I could hit the 80WPM mark?
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