Daily practice is the key to increasing your typing speed and accuracy. To keep your practice interesting we have over 100 different types of typing drills, typing lessons, and typing practice tests to help you improve your typing (wpm) test scores. If you are just learning to type you might prefer our typing lessons. All of our typing practice pages are scored in words per minute (wpm). You can monitor your speed as you type, and see your final results along with links to exercises for your weak keys at the end of the test.
Typing Drills (wpm)
Warm up with these short typing drills. 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. Build your typing skills with special vocabulary lists. Improve your weak keys with numbers, symbols, or specific letter drills.
Typing sentences with all 26 letters of the alphabet will help improve your typing speed and accuracy. Results show your weak keys with links to specific letter drills for more targeted typing practice.
These typing practice tests contain longer passages. Most pre-employment typing test are given in this format and last for approximately 5 minutes. If you are anxious about an upcoming typing test, try to practice for at least 10 minutes a day to build up your stamina so that you can easily maintain your maximum speed and accuracy for the entire test. Typing is a physical skill, and the only way to improve is to practice regularly.
To get the best scores, try to relax and focus on your accuracy. All of our drills require 100% accuracy before they give you a score. You can correct your mistakes as you go by using the backspace key, or wait until the end and use the spell checker features.
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.