The statistics show your typing learning progress. At the top you can see your total overview, which is calculated on the basis of all your previous typing exercises. This is where you can see your long-term progress of your typing practice. If you want to take a closer look at your typing skills, use the detailed views below:
Here you can find the results of your last 50 exercises in chronological order. The detailed statistics for the exercises show you how your typing skills have developed in short term and e.g. whether you are making progress with a particular exercise. If you can type an exercise correctly and quickly, try a more challenging exercise.
The progress shows your daily typing results (characters per minute and error rate) as well as the time spent practicing. Here you can see your medium-term progress and check whether you are keeping to your planned exercise time. As long as you don't cover all keys on your keyboard, it's normal that your typing speed and error rate fluctuates - depending on how demanding the exercises were.
The error table shows you all characters that you have typed incorrectly. This allows you to see which signs you type incorrectly very often, in order to train them more targeted. If you have a high error rate for characters, you should first type them less quickly and only increase the typing speed again when you can type the characters correctly. Try to get all characters below 2% error rate.
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