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 !
2022-11-24_ Last week's hard work on numbers and this morning on accuracy has paid off. Today my fingers were possessed and I got not only a new high score, 97.46 (on a long Vonnegut quote); but also achieved my goal in the sidebar, 80+ WPM with >97.50% accuracy. Once I hit those Monkeytype sidegoals I'll have to set new ones. Perhaps 100WPM at >97.50%?
2022-11-18_ Working hard this week on improving my touch typing of numbers. I find that focus also works well to warm up my fingers so I have been drilling more speed and accuracy too. We'll get to those goals SOON!
I also reached a new PB on this website too. 97.33 - and for a long ass quote, too.
My tip to improve your typing speed is to...read the words instead of each letter. You achieve this after you have done a lot of typing practice. When you notice that you type the words fastly but have frequent pauses, or your error rate increases, then you should try this. By this time the words are in your muscle memory and would just come off in units as you read them, and so you will see a marked improvement in your typing speed.
2022-10-22_ Just another update, I've tried to pull back my practice a little because otherwise I tend to just type for hours on end rather than get anything useful done. So now I have timers set on most of these sites so I don't spend more than 15 mins on each a day. Getting better at typing is nice, but not so important that I neglect my other responsibilities.
What really helped me improve my typing speed was consistently logging into this website. Upon making this account, I logged on here almost everyday to try and get my WPM up. Trying to be better than all of my friends. From typing at 50 words per minute, now being able to type 120 words per minute on average. Thank you keyhero.
2022-10-04_ Same day. Wow, 10 minutes of training on Monkeytype on Master difficulty - 10 Word - Capitalize Every Word; and then 10 more minutes of focused typing tests here. And my accuracy has jumped almost 2%, above my target! Now I need to maintain it for another practice session tomorrow of deliberate accuracy. And then I can start training speed again.
2022-09-28_ Just more progress, though it feels somewhat slower these days. I need to consciously slow down to be accurate. As soon as I go into autopilot (answering messages), or try to type as quickly as I can (typing games), I immediately regress to poor form. And that is not the learning I want to be reinforcing.
Someday, I hope to come across one of my own quotes. Wouldn't it be nice to type something you've written yourself? I imagine the swell of self-fulfillment rising in my chest, the ease, and dignity with which I'd flow through the passage, never making a mistake, never looking back.
Thank you <3 I just feel like that despite typing a lot, I'm seeing very little improvement over the last few months... people do say that it's kind of hard to break 120 wpm consistently though Also wow I see you a lot on quote leaderboards :P
2022-09-16_ No real improvements today. But I am noticing that I am having trouble with 'p's and 'o's at the moment. My right pinky finger can't be trusted. Also when I need to make a large movement with one hand. Finding my orientation and place again is not as seamless as I would like.
2022-09-14_ Another day, another session. And more accuracy from this new typing method. Today it has felt like even my worst quotes were only at the accuracy of my old average. Perhaps I just got easy quotes today though.
2022-09-09_ So now I've modified my form again. Choosing to try proper form for all of my finger placement and letter strikes. Paying attention to hitting each letter with the ideal finger, e.g. q,a,z with left pinky. x with ring, c with middle, u with index, and 0, p, -, and / with right pinky. Also trying to hit spacebar with my right thumb. And optimizing shift presses for each hand. My speed is going to tank again, but I think my accuracy might actually improve now that finger placement should be more consistent.