How do you login to typing tournament?
How Students Login Using Single Sign On
- Choose "Login with Google" from the options on the Typing Tournament login page.
- The student will be directed to login to their Google account if they haven't already done so.
How do you get the bonus movie in typing tournament?
Each time you pass a test in a different level, the Pass Test screen shows you another part of a picture that is gradually being revealed as you advance through the Quest. Passing the test at the end of level 16 completes the picture and allows you to access Typing Tournament: The Movie.
How fast can you type in 1 minute?
What Is the Average Typing Speed? The average person types between 38 and 40 words per minute (WPM). That translates into between 190 and 200 characters per minute (CPM). However, professional typists type a lot faster, averaging between 65 and 75 WPM.
Where can I practice typing?
Websites to Practice Typing
- http://www.typingtest.com/ ...
- http://www.typeonline.co.uk/lesson1.html. ...
- http://www.sense-lang.org/typing/ ...
- http://www.rapidtyping.com/online-typing-games/typedown.html. ...
- http://www.typing-lessons.org/ ...
- http://www.how-to-type.com/touch-typing-lessons/how-to-type-capitals/ ...
Is there any typing competition?
The Ultimate Typing Championship (UTC) is a typing competition designed to identify and award the fastest typists in the US.
How do you set up a typing tournament?
Configure Typing Tournament for Single Sign On
- Log in to your Typing Tournament Teacher Account.
- Click the "Create Class" button to create a new class.
- Give the class a name using the pencil icon at the top of the screen.
- Take note of the "Class Code" that is shown next to the class name.
Who is the fastest typer in the world?
What is a competitive wpm?
60 wpm: This is the speed required for most high-end typing jobs. You can now be a professional typist! 70 wpm: You are way above average! You would qualify for any typing job assuming your typing accuracy is high enough. 80 wpm: You're a catch!