user958697 Jixin Wei

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Trend over 10176 games.
Rank 13525 / 311290
Number of games 10176
Best game 105.02
Recent speed
average of the last games
89.30
Old speed
average of the first games
69.28
All time speed 75.13
Recent accuracy
average of the last games
96.89%
Old accuracy
average of the first games
94.13%
The speed is expressed in WPM (Words Per Minute).
The accuracy indicates how precise you are during the typing test. 100% means 0 errors.




Messages 


kyledes 3 months, 2 weeks ago
That is correct. That is me. This is also me. We are the same person. And everything is completely normal.
user958697 3 months, 2 weeks ago
New address: http://keyhero.com/profile/kyledes/

Look forward to seeing you there, mon ami (my friends).

Come! Visit.
sabih.gh 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Hey If you want some advice you can try reading what I've written in the messages in my profile.
But other than that in terms of the keyboard itself, I think it's definitely better to go with what you're comfortable with, but for me I type on like a really simple surface keyboard and I don't prefer the mechanical keyboards in terms of speed. After you follow what I've written in around 3 to 4 months you should increase your speed to at least 120 wpm. Also I would suggest you to not practice on instant death but definitely pay attention to accuracy on normal quotes. Tell me how you go and good luck :)
user958697 5 months ago
I became "tired" after typing only a few quotes. Then, I carefully examined: exactly which part of me is "tired"? And I found that it is not the eyes (the receiving device), nor the fingers (the transmitting device) but the brain (the processing device). It's all in the head. Not enough blood is pumping into the head. They say that in order to achieve anything, you must first "imagine (visualize)" it in your head vividly how the "achieved state" is like. Well, that principle is not only applicable to "hopes and dreams" on the scale of a lifetime, but also on a word-by-word basis. At the "tired" state, my head is no longer clearly imagining how a word is typed, but it has delegated the task entirely to the eyes and fingers, which seek to resort to "luck" and attempt to accomplish the task (the typing of a word) through tries and errors. So once again, in short, "it's all in the head".
kiriiya 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Accuracy comes before speed. Play on instant death.
venerated 5 months, 2 weeks ago
yeah i got off on tangents like that too. happens to all of us. but if you seriously want to improve try to get in touch twit the typing community discord. there are multiple pdfs available there which are written by some of the best typists in the world. i'd suggest the 10ff discord server
user958697 5 months, 2 weeks ago
OK, I don't know, I'm making up a story. Maybe I should not have said that. I hope it would not be true just because I said so... I watched an episode of a horror TV show last night. Usually, I'm not afraid of horror TVs and movies. But that one was kinda a little really scary.
user958697 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your advice, #venerated. I started SEVEN(7) years ago, 50WPM at that time. I completed more than seven thousand (7,000) tests at keyboard-racing dot com and more than eight thousand (8,000) tests here. As of now, I can hardly get to 90WPM, which is pretty... sad. Only recently, did I have a good guess why. It is because in my head there are too many chatters, noises, little voices, haha. I have "unfinished business" elsewhere, out there somewhere... in other worlds... where there are ghosts that are constantly calling to me "where have you gone... come here... come back... take me..." Yes, I think so... something like that... that is the reason.
venerated 5 months, 2 weeks ago
its genuinely puzzling how you haven't improved after thousands of tests on here. where did you start? what wpm?
i think the thing that would help you the most right now is to actually focus entirely on raw speed improvements and completely forsake accuracy. might want to start from somewhere like 10ff or monkeytype and just try to get your burst speeds as high as you can (do that by just typing as fast as you can. there's this nice feature on monkeytype where you can actually select how many words you want to type. do a lot of 10 word tests and such)
i think that should help.
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