(words per minute - keystrokes per hour)
WPM: = 0 KPH
Type anything you like here and find out what your WPM/KPH typing speed is. The test starts when you start typing and will restart if the box is cleared. We have over 100 different practice typing tests and drills, if you aren't sure what to type, scroll down and pick one of them.
We have a large variety of typing practice with texts from a number of areas of interest to stimulate your mind while exercising your fingers. If you are preparing for a specific career field like medicine or technology then you may also find those subjects useful in learning vocabulary and gaining muscle memory for the jargon particular to the kind of job you have, or hope to get. This will give you a chance to practice the type of typing that you are most likely to encounter in your daily life.
Practice typing with these short articles on business topics
Practice typing with these short articles on technical topics.
Practice typing with these short articles on medical topics
Get your daily dose of inspiration and typing practice at the same time with these Inspirational Quotes.
Get your daily dose of inspiration and typing practice at the same time with these Bible based typing tests.
Typing practice with longer passages of text from classic works of literature.
These short tests consist of a list of words (or sentences) that will help get your mind and fingers ready to tackle longer typing tasks, whether that is a day at work, a typing test you are preparing for, or just the rest of your daily typing practice.
Practice typing some of the most commonly misspelled words to incease your accuracy. Scoring in WPM (words per minute).
These practice typing tests use sentences with all 26 letters of the alphabet, and link to drills to improve your weakest keys.
Practice typing some of the most commonly used words to increase your speed. Scoring in WPM (words per minute).
These data entry tests and drills are scored in kph (keystrokes per hour) instead of wpm (words per minute) and can help you prepare for data entry tests like CritiCall or ProveIt.
Random street addresses provide some easy alphanumeic data entry practice. Scored in kph (keystrokes per hour)
Random prices provide some intense numeric data entry practice. Scored in kph (keystrokes per hour)
Intense practice for the most challenging part of the Criticall test - the VIN number - 17 characters long with a mixture of letters and numbers.
Moderate alphanumeric data entry practice. Speed and accuracy scores in kph.
The CritiCall test is given to prospective 911 operators and emergency dispatchers. This practice test was built to help prepare for the very challenging data entry portion of the CritiCall test.
The ProveIt data entry test is a basic data entry test often given to prospective call center employees. This practice test was built to help practice your data entry skills and get familiar with the test format.