Typing Tests

Typing Test: Martin Luther King, Jr.

Typing Test: Martin Luther King, Jr.

An iconic American civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. has a reputation as one of the greatest orators in American history.   He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights in the United States and around the world, using nonviolent methods.  Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a United States federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year.


Typing Test: Martin Luther King, Jr.

Typing Test: Jabberwocky

Typing Test: Jabberwocky

Jabberwocky is a poem of nonsense verse written by Lewis Carroll and is not for the faint of heart. This typing test has a heavy focus on punctuation including the coma, double quotes, exclamation point, and semi-colon keys.  This test is an excellent gauge of typing speed and accuracy.


Typing Test: Jabberwocky

Typing Test: Aurora Borealis

Typing Test: Aurora Borealis

This is a typing test about a natural wonder of our world, Aurora Borealis.  Engaging and fun, the focus of this test is the parenthesis.  Also covered in this test are apostrophe and comma keys.


Typing Test: Aurora Borealis

Typing Test: Popcorn

Typing Test: Popcorn

This test will have you typing and learning about one of the worlds favorite snack foods, Popcorn! A great test for all skill levels, this test has a little bit of everything. This test focuses on the letter “P” but also covers the comma, double quotes, and dash keys.


Typing Test: Popcorn

Typing Test: Amazon

Typing Test: Amazon

We’ve taken this real-world article and created a timed typing test.  Great for all skill levels, this interesting tale of how deserts are formed is a great all-around test of your typing speed.You’ll be testing your keyboarding skills with capitalization and punctuation including the comma, dash, and semi-colon keys.  If you’re looking to practice typing numbers, you won’t find it here.
Time: 1 Minute
Skill Level: Beginner through Expert
Instructions: Click the Start (or “play button”) to take the typing test.  You’ll have (1) minute to complete this test and time starts when you begin typing.

A great typing test if you’re looking to practice the often overlooked keyboard letter “Z”.  A great test for all skill levels beginner through expert, this one will have you typing some interesting facts about the Amazon. You’ll be testing your overall keyboarding skills with a focus on the letter “Z”.


Typing Test: Amazon

Typing Test: Hank Aaron

Typing Test: Hank Aaron

Time: 1 Minute
Skill Level: Expert

Okay, sports fans, this typing test is ranked high in difficulty because it includes lots of numbers, which can be a little tricky when you’re trying to find a rhythm to type faster. So limber-up your fingers and get ready to reach up high on your keyboard.


Typing Test: Hank Aaron

Typing Test: Thomas Edison

Typing Test: Thomas Edison

Time: 1 Minute
Skill Level: Expert

Thomas Edison is the subject of this one-minute timed typing test. The entire copy of the test is 186 words long. Do you already know how many words per minute you can type? Let’s see if you can improve your speed.


Typing Test: Thomas Edison

Typing Test: Elephant Trunks

Typing Test: Elephant Trunks

Time: 1 Minute
Skill Level: Beginner

Smelling, drinking, eating, snorkeling, greeting, courting . . . is there anything an elephant’s trunk isn’t used for? This interesting typing test about elephants and their proboscises (er, probosci?) is 187 words long.


Typing Test: Elephant Trunks

Typing Test: The Moon

Typing Test: The Moon

Time: 1 Minute
Skill Level: Beginner

The content of this free typing test revolves around the moon and is 155 words in length. The test begins with more capitalization than usual, so make sure you’ve learned to find your shift key without looking (that’s what we mean when we say “touch-typing,” you never look down at your keyboard).


Typing Test: The Moon

Typing Test: Gettysburg Address

Typing Test: Gettysburg Address

Time: 1 Minute
Skill Level: Beginner

One of the most revered speeches of American History, the Gettysburg Address is presented here in typing test format.  This free test in its entirety is 269 words long, so you won’t finish typing it all in the one minute allotted, but you definitely have something to reach for.


Typing Test: Gettysburg Address