143 Words Per Minute, Fastest Finger On Keyboard.

@kavinitu (4868)
India
April 15, 2018 1:16pm CST
My maximum speed on the keyboard is 80 wpm with 90% accuracy and thought would be the maximum anyone can reach. Just recently surfing the YouTube came across this super fingers who has a speed of 143 wpm minute with 96% accuracy. Really amazed by the speed his fingers move on that keyboard, I have shared the link to the video you too would be amazed by watching it. Image Credit:- Pixabay.
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@Icydoll (20148)
• India
15 Apr
Wow amazing speed..I can't type ..I'm slow in typing
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
15 Apr
Really amazing, just see his fingers move on that keyboard What's your maximum?
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@AKRao24 (18455)
• India
15 Apr
That is really amazing thing to watch! I never had any formal training in the typing though I owned a Remington Rand type-writer some three decades back! But I can mange to type fairly good even then dear @kavinitu !
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
15 Apr
Three decades back that's a long long time. That was the time of typewriters even I had my practice done on a typewriter, I think now government has discontinued with the typewriter tests now on.
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@AKRao24 (18455)
• India
15 Apr
@kavinitu , Is it so? I have no idea about that! I was in need of a type writer as I used to submit articles for local news papers then and they wanted them to be nicely type written.That used to be too time consuming to go an institute and get the article typed there as my hand writing was really bad and the typist would hardly follow it! So had to purchase one which gave me a pretty good service! Thanks!
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
@AKRao24 Yeah that's true the typewriters would be in use no more from last year you can have a look at the link below. So you to publish articles for news papers earlier do you still have that typewriter with you or you sold it?
The roughly 3,500 institutes teaching the antiquated ways of the typewriter across Maharastra state will be phased out.
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@Corbin5 (106704)
• United States
15 Apr
That is amazing. A lot of work could be done in no time flat with that typing speed and accuracy.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Seriously a lot of work can be done with that speed, he could take dictations straight away if he is appointed a secretary You trained in typing?
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@Corbin5 (106704)
• United States
18 Apr
@kavinitu Yes, in high school, even though I was going to be a teacher, my mother insisted I take typing and shorthand. Mom was right. Both typing and shorthand came in very handy.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
@Corbin5 Oh you wanted to be a teacher that would also be really nice Yeah shorthand needs a certain amount of typing speed to qualify for the shorthand test. So you became a secretary?
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@marlina (73881)
• Canada
15 Apr
Pretty amazing, I say!
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Really amazing, are you also trained in typing?
@amadeo (66054)
• United States
15 Apr
that is awesome there.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Super fast fingers, really awesome.
@amadeo (66054)
• United States
18 Apr
@kavinitu Not sure is super fast but it is okay with me.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
20 Apr
@amadeo Yeah the world record is 150 wpm
@mandala100 (43653)
• Hong Kong
15 Apr
@kavinitu That's really awesome my friend.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
The best I have seen, what is your speed?
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@mandala100 (43653)
• Hong Kong
24 Apr
@kavinitu Average only my friend.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
25 Apr
@mandala100 That is also nice Peter
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@sabtraversa (13338)
• Italy
15 Apr
He types the way a person would speak, so fast! My best was a slightly over 100, I don't recall how many errors I did, but accuracy should be over 90. Of course, I wouldn't be able to keep that speed for long. My average would be 80/90. It's useless when you have nothing to type though.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
That is cool reaching over 100 is really tough, my best is 80 wpm you are far better than me
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@sabtraversa (13338)
• Italy
18 Apr
@kavinitu I've tested myself lately, and got slightly over 90. It takes training/practice, but again, pretty pointless when you have nothing to type.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
@sabtraversa Wow that is also good over 90 dear, a little practice and you will get into the same speed as earlier. But again that is also true why pointless if there is nothing to type
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@MALUSE (40335)
• Germany
15 Apr
Maybe if I had been trained as a secretary, I'd type a bit like this young man. Alas, I wasn't. I also type with ten fingers but slowly and make many typos.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
You certainly would, because they need speeds like that in Secretarial Practice. You had any plans in your career of becoming Stenographer?
@MALUSE (40335)
• Germany
18 Apr
@kavinitu No, never. I just thought it would be useful for my studies to know how to type.
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15 Apr
wow he is insane!!
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
15 Apr
Super fingers the fastest typer I have ever seen.
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15 Apr
@kavinitu yeah amazing
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@TRBRocks420 (77814)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Apr
I'm not sure what mine is, but no where near that.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
A speed of that much would take a lot lot of practice, you trained in typing?
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@iridion9 (7331)
• Philippines
16 Apr
wow that doubles my speed.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Seriously a super typer, what's your best speed?
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@Juliaacv (30477)
• Canada
15 Apr
That is lightening fast I'll say. The fastest that I've ever been timed at was 100 wpm with 100% accuracy. That was during a job interview, so I probably had the capability of typing of doing better because I get pretty nervous during interviews.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
That would also be a record of yours because 100 wpm with 100% accuracy is also tough to reach hats off to you too A little bit of practice and you could beat this guy
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@tso1960 (238)
• United States
15 Apr
That is fast. Don't know how fast I type but I don't think I could even type 60.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Really the fast I have seen till now he is almost to break the world record of 150 wpm, you had take training in typing?
15 Apr
Holy cow! I can only type 40 wpm.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
That means he is 3 times faster then you are you had taken training in typing earlier?
@nitirrbb7 (3258)
• India
15 Apr
Oh my that's really awesome, I have a speed only till 40 wpm but this guy can type 2 times faster then me
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
he he he more than 3 times faster his speed is above 140 wpm
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@nitirrbb7 (3258)
• India
19 Apr
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@nanette64 (17612)
• Fairfield, Texas
16 Apr
Dang, that dude could type an entire book in no time flat @kavinitu .
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Seriously he can, what is your speed?
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@nanette64 (17612)
• Fairfield, Texas
19 Apr
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
20 Apr
@nanette64 That is also cool mine is 80 with almost 90% accuracy, if we practice daily we can achieve better speeds like this guy.
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@LadyDuck (157833)
• Switzerland
16 Apr
The world record is 150 words per minutes. If you type when someone dictate you type a lot faster than copying a text. I type about 85 wps at a 96% accuracy.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Oh then this guy is almost to the world record 143 wpm, I guess they need in Secretarial Practice to take dictations. You also have a really good speed 85 wpm, you had taken training?
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@LadyDuck (157833)
• Switzerland
19 Apr
@kavinitu I learnt to fast typing in school, I also learnt shorthand.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
20 Apr
@LadyDuck Must have been easy taking notes because of shorthand.
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@SRSaba (1004)
• Chennai, India
22 Apr
Wow! it is great!
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
24 Apr
What's your best speed?
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@SRSaba (1004)
• Chennai, India
24 Apr
@kavinitu i will check and inform to you..Your speed was: 40wpm. You made 1 mistake
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@Sreekala (22957)
• India
16 Apr
I have trained in typewriter and passed exams of typing in higher level in English, Malayalam and Hindi. So the required speed at that time for passing exam was 80 words per minute. Now a days typewriting machine is not seen and typing in computer keyboard is more easy than the typewriting machine. I have not checked the speed lately but I can type in good speed.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
18 Apr
Wow you can type in multi-languages and that too you passed out with 80 wpm then without a doubt you must be having better speed. Government has discontinued with the typewriters
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@Sreekala (22957)
• India
19 Apr
@kavinitu Computers occupied the space of typewriters. There are many disadvantages with the same too, it is a fact.
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@KrauseHome (35034)
• United States
18 Apr
This would be unreal. I consider myself a fast typer, but have seen faster than me. My problem is accuracy.
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@kavinitu (4868)
• India
20 Apr
That's real and his accuracy is above 90% that is really hard to believe how someone can type that fast. He must have practiced and practiced hours and hours to achieve that. What's your best speed?