Monkey Type

300 s

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Test

5-Minute Monkey type Test

The 5-Minute monkey type test is a critical test that allows both beginners and professionals to determine exactly how many they can type in 5-Minute. If you are a beginner then completing as many sentences as possible in 2 minutes will also be an achievement. But for professionals, they would need to be able to type at least an entire passage or more before they run out of the timer, which is certainly very difficult to achieve. However, it’s not entirely unachievable. You will need to have incredible patience and the courage to do the hard work.

Features of 5-Minute Monkeytype Test

  • Unique Passages

  • You will get a unique passage every time when you try the test. Using machine learning intelligence, our system generates unique passages for every test.

  • Word and Mistake Count

  • As you begin the typing club, you will be able to see the word count and any mistakes you make in real-time.

  • On-screen Keyboard

  • There is also an on-screen keyboard, mainly used to see if you are pressing the right keys. This is particularly beneficial for those who like to type without looking at their keyboard.

  • Score

  • At the end of the test, you will see your score, accuracy rate, and how many mistakes you have made.

What Makes It So Unique

Our 5-Minute typing test allows you to practice and has some unique features you may not get anywhere else. Our unique approach to the simple user interface, custom timer, international scoring system, and the use of AI/ML to generate new passages is something that sets us apart from others in the same field. You also have the option to check your scores in terms of both words per minute(WPM) or even characters per minute(CPM), whichever one you are comfortable with. Just remember, even the best of the best once started, just like you are doing now. It’s only their hard work that got them where they are now. So, get out of your comfort zone, and start slamming the keyboard immediately. You will make mistakes, but that’s okay. Your mistakes and your frustration could become the motivator you need to get going.