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Nitro Type

Nitro Type is an Addictive Racing and Typing video game for those players who want to improve his typing skills by playing the exciting game.

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  • What websites are best for getting better at typing?
    There are sites that will let you "race" directly against one or more other people whilst typing quotes or random words like or Source: about 1 year ago
  • Working on my speed by just practicing consistently. Any tips to improve more?
    IMO, Monkeytype is the best website for practicing your typing speed unlike other websites such as,,, etc.... Which are solely used for improving typing accuracy. Also, 10 words mode was born out of Monkeytype, and I guess what Mythical Rocket just did typing at around 400 wpm on 10 words is very satisfying and motivating. Don't get me wrong, kool-keys, but inspiration... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Would I be able to get faster at typing? Mid 20s
    You can absolutely improve. I'm no speed demon the keyboard, but with consistent practice on first on teaching sites like and then on fun sites like or I can average 80-90 wpm consistently. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Why
    Monkeytype is the most visited and has the most traffic typing website (with over 130+ thousand unique users daily) compared to,,,,,, etc...., and that's according to Personally, Monkeytype is really addicting because of its user-friendly layouts (you can choose your own theme and... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Gamification recommendation
    If its typing, works very well. However, for other things, you can also do (just heard about these recently) Kahoots, quizzizzes, blookets, “Escape Rooms”, and so much more. All of these to my knowledge don’t really require much work from teachers other than feeding the answers into the program. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Worth trying to type correctly?
    Back then I learnt it in typing class in school when I was 12 years old. We used a really outdated typing software to practice it. It started something like this: jjjj ffff jjjj ffff jfjf fjfj etc., then it adds more letters as you go on. Sites like or are better for starting out. Then once you're comfortable with all the letters you can use,, or... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Are data entry jobs difficult?
    You can also increase your word per minute using fun games like: or or Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What do you think of educational video games/simulations in the classroom?
    The problem is that games are reinforcement tools. Either you are reinforcing good habits or you are reinforcing bad ones. I don't let my students touch until they prove that they can type at least 20wpm with 90% accuracy with correct form/no looking. Even then, I expect them to only use the tool with the correct form/no looking. Otherwise they slip right back into bad habits. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Only took me 2 years to get here. What's your typing speed? - For general practice, easy to get high speeds and increase WPM - For gamified practice, keeps you motivated and focuses a lot on accuracy Once in a while, go to 10fastfingers and do a challenge there too. Source: about 2 years ago
  • How to improve past a certain limit ? I am struck at 75 wpm .
    My thought is to practice on it's a very good website, if you touch type great start using nitro type but if you don't know how to touch type start using and learn how to touch type. This is advice coming from a 200 wpm typist. I've nurtured many typists that have come from 50 words per minute to averaging 110 words per minute within 2 months. Message me on discord if you want me... Source: about 2 years ago
  • After 6 months of learning touch typing (on and off, 25 hours of typing in total), I finally hit 100!!! Went from 15-20wpm in the 50words test to an average of 85wpm
    I would recommend switching to english 1k because it helps expand your burst typing volcabulary. BTW that's what they use in competitions and most paragraphs in or so that's a nice bonus. Source: about 2 years ago
  • rest day?
    Day 6: Fun day - race against others on for as long as you wish. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Im stuck at 40wpm on MT for a month how to double my speed?
    Try another websites:,,,,, Change your activities for better progress. Languages do not consist of frequent words only. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Free typing courses for beginners
    I started to learn the basics on Make sure to focus on correct technique and accuracy at first (above 95%), not speed. After learning the basics (I suggest you to complete the beginner and intermediate lessons), try to practice consistently, I liked monkeytype and Nitrotype best. I found it helpful to track the progress by setting up accounts and trying to break a new goal every time to motivate... Source: over 2 years ago
  • monkeytype vs 10ff vs typeracer
    So, for example, Nitrotype will stop you dead in your tracks when you make one mistake. However, websites like how-to-type will count every character after the first mistake as a mistake as well. This means that you will spend more time correcting mistakes on than you will on , thus lowering your speed. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Speed and accuracy decreasing
    Just for instance, I was stuck on an average of 88 for months. It was driving me crazy. So, rather than beat my head against the wall, I dropped my speed until I could get 100% consistently. I tried to see what my average was if I shot for just 100% on things like . I threw every race that I made a mistake in. Some days I didn't even finish a single race, I was so rattled. Eventually I was averaging... Source: over 2 years ago
  • HELP!
    Switch up your training. There are so many typing sites to choose from that you should really make use of all of them. just to name a few of my favorites. The more variety your inject into your training, the more you will see the weak spots in your typing. There is no point in going 120 wpm... Source: over 2 years ago
  • I'm 14 with a consistent 126 WPM (average), is there any tips on how I can further increase my speed? is a good one, since it uses real sentences. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Need advice
    Vary your work. Websites like and others have a wide array of challenging typing activities for you to try. The more you vary your work, the better you will get overall. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Nitrotype isn't letting me sign in
    I go to and I click sign in, I have all my info in there, click sign in and it takes my back to the screen saying get started or log in. The URL also changes to Why? Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Teaching Typing to High School Students on Chromebooks - Looking for Software/Site Suggestions
    Something that's great after the very basics (typingclub like someone else suggested is really good!) is allowing them to race eachother on, or, you don't need an account on any of these 3, just a way to share a lobby link. Source: about 3 years ago

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