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Daily £5 Prize Fastest Typist Competition

This competion is Live - Finishes 8pm Wednesday 23 November 2022
Competition No. 50    Please check your Spam folder for your report e-mails
Fastest WPM with highest accuracy wins. All accuracy scores 98.5% and over regarded as equal for highest score purposes. Full rules and conditions here
The results in the scoreboard are updated in real time so check back to see if you've moved up the placings
Daily £5 Prize Fastest Typing Competion - English Language
  WPM KPM Accuracy(%) Competitor Country Attempts Date Time Most Recent Score
1st Place 127 633 99.41

Over 98.5%

BlowZed
Previous Personal Best
W127/K633/99.41%
Competition No.50
United States 5 Wednesday 23 November 2022 00:16:17 W127/K633/A99.41%
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2022/00:16:17
2nd Place 96 479 99.22

Over 98.5%

Haider Azam
Previous Personal Best
W125/K626/100%
Competition No.46
Pakistan 425 Wednesday 23 November 2022 06:47:05 W111/K555/A50.68%
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2022/14:57:27
3rd Place 62 311 100

Over 98.5%

Bennie
Previous Personal Best
W69/K341/100%
Competition No.20
Australia 14 Wednesday 23 November 2022 16:26:00 W52/K255/A81.16%
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2022/16:30:26
4th Place 56 281 100

Over 98.5%

Dreadnought
Previous Personal Best
W71/K352/100%
Competition No.10
United Kingdom 19 Wednesday 23 November 2022 19:48:26 W49/K244/A90.91%
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2022/19:52:14
5th Place 55 273 100

Over 98.5%

Muhammad Kashan
Previous Personal Best
W73/K364/100%
Competition No.49
Pakistan 4 Wednesday 23 November 2022 18:32:40 W53/K266/A94.37%
Wednesday, 23 Nov 2022/18:34:17
6th Place 54 266 100

Over 98.5%

Jack Garton
Previous Personal Best
W65/K326/100%
Competition No.45
United Kingdom 7 Tuesday 22 November 2022 23:52:16 W51/K255/A94.12%
Tuesday, 22 Nov 2022/23:54:38

If you want to improve your score try practicing with our Classic Typing Tutor. Level 1 is very good for building a link between your finger and a particular key.

Do you like lists and statistics? Take a look at our list of Overall Accuracy of Every keystroke on Page4 and 5 of our Analytics Section

Improve Your Typing Skills and Compete for BIGGER PRIZES – Better Skills can lead to a Better Life

In any skill-based activity, there are those who have average skills and those who have varying levels of super-skills. The intention of the structure of competitions below is that everyone will have a chance to have a placing on a scoreboard and that those competitors who have a higher level of skills will achieve the rank of Winner, Champion or Famer and will compete within the level that they have reached....

The aim of the competition is that it will become four separate levels of competition.

  1. The BSBL Daily £5 Prize Fastest Typist Competition
  2. The BSBL Daily Fastest Typist WINNERS BIG MATCH
  3. The BSBL Daily Fastest Typist CHAMPIONS BIG MATCH
  4. The BSBL Daily Fastest Typist FAMERS BIG MATCH

Exclusion of Repeat Winners

When a Competitor wins four competitions within a ten week period they become a Champion. When they become a Champion they have to take a mandatory four week break from competing. After that period they can return to the competitions and if they win two further competitions within a ten week period they become a Hall of Famer and can no longer compete in the competition.

Opportunities for Winners, Champions and Famers

Winners, Champions and Famers will be invited to take part in Big Matches which are Fastest Typist Competitions with prizes ranging from £25 to £75.

See Rules and Conditions for fuller details.

And if you want to improve your typing skills then use our world class typing tutors. Feature rich, 3 graded levels of learning from one key-one finger in Level 1 to short phrases in Level 2 to full sentences in Level 3. Then test yourself with our fun to use Typing Testers. They’re all available in 14 languages and they all provide personalised analytical reports full of information so that you can really find out which keys and consecutive keystrokes are your problem areas and fix them. The reports are full of fascinating reading, right down to your time in milliseconds between keystrokes.