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Hello typos_z, here is your 100+ Report E-mail setting out our analysis of your Typing Test performance.

You chose the Full Typing Test, Test 1, in English Language

This is the 352nd time that you have tried this test since you registered on {registration_date[1460]}.

The report is divided into four main areas:
1. Test Statistics,
2. The duration of your Typing Test which we call Elapsed Time,
3. Words Per Minute/Kepress Per Minute
4. Accuracy.

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The Warm-up and Warmer statistics aren't included in the Typing Test but for the record a summary of your performance with these is shown below:

 

This is what you actually typed:-
"Her late father, a former telephone engineer, had invented a method to trick the computer at the end of the line into thinking you have given the correct answer. "Antigua!" shouted Margaret. The box burst into life emitting strange bleeping noises. The Dream Holiday had come rtrue, and all thanks to her Father and the "Maagic Gadget".. With no time to lose they rushed off to the nearest Public Telephone. She wa ts then prompted to give her name and address. Margaret expectantly raised the receiver to her ear and heard the words, "Congratulations caller, you have ewon! State your holiday choice; a Queen Emerald cruise to Antigua or Concorde to New York!". It was a curious looking device with a red ligtht on top and a speaker on the bottom. Margaret wiped away the dust and examined the device. She had heard of these competitions before, you canll an extortionately priced telephone number and answer a series of questions, it couldn't be aiesasier, or so they say! But Margaret knew a trick which would give her an unbelievable advantage over other callers. Her father had unashamedly called it "The Magic Gadget!" Margaret had never used the device before but now thought about the possibiilities with eagernes.s. If you want one, then win one! Phone now!" There was a telehophone number underneath. Margaret was alraeady thinking one step ahead, her mind whirring. She and her friends rushed back to the house and searched for "The Magic Gadget".A slogan underneath said, "The Holiday of your Dreams can be yours. Margaret placded "The Magic DGadget" onto to the receiver. Sh She found it "

Your Typing Test Data shows that overall you performed as follows:
Number of words typed: 273
Number of keys pressed: 1613
Number of keys correctly pressed: {1591
Number of keys incorrectly pressed: 22

Elapsed Time

 

Time Typing Test Started: 02:16:58

Time Typing Test Finished: 02:18:57

Your Elapsed Time for typing the test was 00:01:58

General note regarding Splits in this report: We round overall times to a second and the Split figures to one decimal place for clarity in presentation. As a result of this you may find that there is some slight difference when you compare Split totals to overall totals.

The First half of the Test took you 56.94 sec to type and the second half took you 61 sec

Your Results per Quarter Period splits:

1st Quarter 28.2 Seconds

2nd Quarter 28.7 Seconds

3rd Quarter 29.3 Seconds

4th Quarter 31.7 Seconds

 
We use Splits to help you to analyse your performance, just like a runner has split times in a race to enable the first half of the race to be compared to the second half, or in a longer race, split times for each mile.

We provide Split information for each half, quarter and ten percent of the typing test data. We do this for Elapsed Time, Words Per Minute and Accuracy.
And overall, by 10% splits:

1st 10% 10.1 Seconds

2nd 10% 11.4 Seconds

3rd 10% 12.9 Seconds

4th 10% 10.5 Seconds

5th 10% 11.9 Seconds

6th 10% 11.7 Seconds

7th 10% 12.2 Seconds

8th 10% 12.3 Seconds

9th 10% 11.3 Seconds

10th 10% 13.6 Seconds

Your Elapsed Time figures for ten percent splits are shown in the graph below.

Words Per Minute

Your Average Typing Speed was 163 WPM

During the First Half of the period you typed 170 and during the second half of the period you typed 159

Your results per quarter period splits:

1st Quarter 172

2nd Quarter 169

3rd Quarter 165

4th Quarter 153

And overall, by 10% splits:

1st 10% 192

2nd 10% 170

3rd 10% 150

4th 10% 184

5th 10% 163

6th 10% 166

7th 10% 159

8th 10% 157

9th 10% 171

10th 10% 142

Your WPM figures for ten percent splits are shown in the graph below.

Accuracy

Your Average Accuracy was 97.21 %

During the First Half of the period your Average Accuracy was 99.08% and during the second half of the period your Average Accuracy was 98.07%

Your results per quarter period splits:

1st Quarter 99.77%

2nd Quarter 98.4%

3rd Quarter 98.27%

4th Quarter97.87%

And overall, by 10% splits:

1st 10% 100%

2nd 10% 99.83%

3rd 10% 98.73%

4th 10% 98.32%

5th 10% 98.54%

6th 10% 98.51%

7th 10% 98.07%

8th 10% 98.17%

9th 10% 97.82%

10th 10% 97.79%

Your Accuracy figures for ten percent splits are shown in the graph below.

Where you Scored 100% the box displays a (✔)

Per Keyboard row your average accuracy was:
Number row: 100%
Top Row: 88.6%
Middle Row: 85.2%
Bottom Row: 87.9%

Your Average Accuracy for alphabet keys was: 100%
Your Average Accuracy for number keys was: N/A%
Your Average Accuracy for non-alphabet and non-number keys was 100%

Your Average Accuracy per finger was:
Left Hand

Little Finger: 50%
Ring Finger: 44.4444%
Middle Finger: 45.8333 %
Index Finger:50 %

Right Hand

Little Finger: 33.3333%
Ring Finger: 50%
Middle Finger:100%
Index Finger: 50%

Overall, your average accuracy with your left hand was 47.57% and your right hand 58.33%

The table below shows you your accuracy per key. Your least accurate key is in the top left hand column.

Guidance

This section is designed to highlight your specific problem keys. We analyse your typing performance in detail so that you can see which fingers and why keyboard rows you are experiencing the most difficulty. Once you actually know for sure which fingers and rows you are losing accuracy then you can work through the exercises in the Recommendations section which have been specifically picked out for you to practice.

This is what you actually typed:
"Her late father, a former telephone engineer, had invented a method to trick the computer at the end of the line into thinking you have given the correct answer. "Antigua!" shouted Margaret. The box burst into life emitting strange bleeping noises. The Dream Holiday had come rtrue, and all thanks to her Father and the "Maagic Gadget".. With no time to lose they rushed off to the nearest Public Telephone. She wa ts then prompted to give her name and address. Margaret expectantly raised the receiver to her ear and heard the words, "Congratulations caller, you have ewon! State your holiday choice; a Queen Emerald cruise to Antigua or Concorde to New York!". It was a curious looking device with a red ligtht on top and a speaker on the bottom. Margaret wiped away the dust and examined the device. She had heard of these competitions before, you canll an extortionately priced telephone number and answer a series of questions, it couldn't be aiesasier, or so they say! But Margaret knew a trick which would give her an unbelievable advantage over other callers. Her father had unashamedly called it "The Magic Gadget!" Margaret had never used the device before but now thought about the possibiilities with eagernes.s. If you want one, then win one! Phone now!" There was a telehophone number underneath. Margaret was alraeady thinking one step ahead, her mind whirring. She and her friends rushed back to the house and searched for "The Magic Gadget".A slogan underneath said, "The Holiday of your Dreams can be yours. Margaret placded "The Magic DGadget" onto to the receiver. Sh She found it "

Summary - Elapsed Time, WPM, Accuracy

To summarise, you typed 273 words in an Elapsed Time of 00:01:58 at an average of 163 WPM / 813 KPM and an Accuracy of 97.21 %.

How well did you do? We determine Average WPM/KPM and Accuracy by reference to our database of historic keypresses for various profiles of users and based on that we can say -

Your WPM score is Above average and your Accuracy is Above average.

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