Pangrams (or holoalphabetic sentences) are sentences that contain every letter of the alphabet. Practice typing pangrams can help you work on your speed and accuracy for less common letters like 'q' or 'z'. A pangram typing test is a good typing test to discover your weakest keys. When you finish the test you will get links to typing drills that can help you improve those weak keys.
Fast, accurate typing is an essential skill for many jobs. This page was designed to let you test your typing speed on some standard text. You can also use it to practice and improve your typing/keyboarding skills.
After the page loads completely, type the text you see in the box. Scoring starts when you start typing.
Untyped text will appear greyed out and turn black as you type it. Errors are shown in red.
Most typing courses recommend focusing on your accuracy over speed. This test is not over until you get 100% accuracy. Speed comes with practice, and improves as your accuracy increases. You can use the backspace key to correct as you go, or correct your errors after you finish using the browser's spell-check feature. It is intended to give you a more accurate idea of how fast you type in a work setting where errors must be corrected.
If for some reason you cannot get 100% you can refresh the page and start over with a new text sample. (Sometimes there is an extra space in the text that will cause this, or a character that is not available on your keyboard.) You may also find copying and pasting a word or phrase will help - don't copy the whole text; that's cheating!