Review and get better at your typing. A standard word requires 5 strokes. The exercise here will help you type a standard word. You will be given 30 seconds to type each line. Do not correct the errors. If you make a mistake, continue typing. When you are done, compare what you typed to the paragraph.
This is your sixth timed practice. You have 56 seconds to type this passage. Keep a record of your timing and number of errors each time. Enjoy!
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Type the following. This passage has about 112 words.
Such information as we—that is, the big public—possess on this
subject has come to us in a rather indirect way, apropos of President
Truman’s decision not to hand over certain secrets to the USSR.
Some months ago, when the bomb was still only a rumour, there
was a widespread belief that splitting the atom was merely a problem
for the physicists, and that when they had solved it a new and
devastating weapon would be within reach of almost everybody.
(At any moment, so the rumour went, some lonely lunatic in a
laboratory might blow civilisation to smithereens, as easily as
touching off a firework.)CorrectIncorrect