Conseil de dactylographie, comment faire moins d'erreur
J'avais essayé d'améliorer ma vitesse pendant des mois et je n'ai pas vu beaucoup d'amélioration. Une fois, j'ai ralenti et j'ai commencé à être plus précis au lieu d'essayer de taper plus vite j'ai commencé à voir une augmentation de ma vitesse de frappe. Je me sens plus en contrôle. J'ai encore du chemin à parcourir pour mon but, mais je suis heureux.
Apprendre à être précis en premier, puis augmenter la vitesse ensuite.Chaque fois que vous faites backspace, ça prend plus de temps que si vous ralentissez un peu mais avec une meilleur précision. J'ai toujours fait beaucoup de fautes, mais je me rends compte quand je ralentis pour être précis, j'ai effectivement tendance à taper un peu plus vite.
Ce qui est important est l'élaboration d'un rythme, de ne pas se presser. Etre précis est la première priorité. La vitesse vient naturellement avec la pratique et le temps. En conclusion, on doit apprendre à ne saisir que ce que l'on voit/lit!
* Mettez les index sur les touches qui ont un relief (petit point ou barre)
* A chaque touche il y a un doigt assigné. Une touche doit toujours être tapée par le même doigt.
* Ne regardez pas le clavier, les yeux doivent toujours être sur l'écran
* Entrainez-vous !
My tip to improve your typing speed is to... go slow. Start little by little, you don't need to type fast when you are still on the process of practicing. You'll get fast along the way and you won't even notice it. Accuracy is more important than speed when it comes to typing. When you get high accuracy, your speed will follow up eventually.
My tip to improve your typing speed is to type slowly and accurately, just focus on accuracy and your typing speed will become faster than before. If you try to type faster and make mistakes than your time will go to correct mistakes and it will decrease your typing speed and accuracy, so type slowly and accurately. Just remember one thing typing speed will increase only with practicing typing accurately.
My tip to improve your typing speed is to concentrate on accuracy over speed. There is a time between when you have learned to touch type but are not yet that fast when you plateau for a while. Usually the solution to this is to focus on accuracy over speed, many people push to be faster instead sacrificing accuracy that inevitably leads to a brick wall in terms of progress.
My tip to improve your typing speed is to... just keep typing more, I know I'm not one to talk but a week ago I was typing on average of 40WPM so... I also type with four fingers so one other tip is to type with ten fingers.
The most important thing about typing is practicing consistently, getting a good feeling for the keyboard you are using. Sit properly, and sit the same way that you do when you type all the time. You should focus on certain words that trip you up, slow down when you are practicing, and slowly speed up as you get better at typing certain words, and certain phrases. I think it's most important however is to try to enjoy typing, when you enjoy something you do it more and more, and you gradually will improve at a faster rate. Have fun and good luck! I'm currently at an average of 120wpm and I hope to improve even further, I know you can do it too!
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".
My tip to improve your typing speed is to...never give you up. Never gonna let you down Never gonna run around and desert you Never gonna make you cry Never gonna say goodbye
We've known each other for so long Your heart's been aching, but you're too shy to say it Inside, we both know what's been going on We know the game, and we're gonna play it Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you
And if you ask me how I'm feeling Don't tell me you're too blind to see
Never gonna give you up Never gonna let you down Never gonna run around and desert you Never gonna make you cry Never gonna say goodbye Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you Never gonna give you up Never gonna let you down Never gonna run around and desert you Never gonna make you cry Never gonna say goodbye Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you
I can't answer that because it would then cease to be a secret. But there are many keyboards, including laser-projected ones. There isn't any real limit. However, I prefer white keyboards because it makes it easier to confirm that I am indeed black.
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.
What really helped me improve my typing speed is... learning where all of the keys are on the keyboard. While I still need to look down every once and a while, I have seen a really good improvement from when I first started typing. Also, getting a new keyboard with a shift key that actually worked...
What really helped me improve my typing speed is... That I'm used to typing on typing club so I can just keep typing and it will bock the errors but in this I have to click back space and my average speed on Typing Club is 93 wpm.
When my fingers hurt after too much time on the keyboard, I try to relax them for a couple of minutes and stretches them a little. stop for a while and go for once again. Remember with immense practice you need adequate breaks sessions after sessions. happy typing. :)