Did a test just because I saw this topic.
T60 Thinkpad reporting in.
somewhere between 90 and 100, I'm fairly fast at the actual typing but I have to look up to the screen to check what to type next all the time for those tests which absolutely wrecks my scores
Roughly 105 on most keyboards, 110 on my own. I use my own method that probably relies on the index fingers too much but oh well.
Nigger I suffered from depression for about 5 years and it didn't affect my typing speed, you need to stop blaming depression as the cause of everything and realize maybe you aren't a snippy quick typist
90 - 110, usually. even on my shitty chiclet laptop keyboard
feels good desu
Not that guy but I've had moments where I've been too depressed to pee. Like I'm standing in front of the toilet and nothing's coming out and I can't get it to start unless I force myself to have positive thoughts.
92. My hands float around the keyboard rather than anchoring them in one spot and atretching my fingers to reach the keys. Odd but seems to be a product of years of gaming on PC. Particularly MMOs. Trying to type out instructions to the one guy of 25 in your raid group who doesnt have a mic, while focusing on keeping aggro on the boss and making sure the debuff isn't killing me all at once got me real good at typing without looking at the keys.
>I miss WoW now. Why did I ever have to grow up and get a job?
39 wpm apparently which is fucking spasticated
i blame that i have a microsoft natural keyboard at home, a laptop for on the road and a plug in standard layout at work
my fingers never know where they have to be unless i stare at the keyboard
I just did these when I saw this thread. I'm on a Toshiba Satellite.
i thought i was slow at typing, but people must be really bad if im better than 90%
It takes more than a week to grow proficient in a keyboard layout if you haven't ever learned a keyboard layout before.
Also I just realized that half the time I type b with my right index finger fuck.
>I know QWERTY and DVORAK by heart
>It doesn't take more than one week to memorize a keyboard layout, dude.
You have no idea how learning actually works.
You learn though repetition that strengthens neural pathways.
Memorizing a layout and actually being a proficient typist are two different things.
Also it's even more difficult to relearn something you have already learned.
It's simply not worth the time or effort to be autistic over a few words per minute.