Not unless you are a machine.
multiply the wpm into 5=kpm example: wpm=30....., so your kpm is 150
The average 7th grader should type about 25 WPM (Words Per Minute). The average for an adult is around 40 WPM. However, now-a-days, children are spending more time on the computers thus, increasing their typing speed. So as of 2012, I would say about 30-35 WPM for a seventh grader. How do I know? I am in the seventh grade and type over 100 WPM and the rest of the seventh graders type around 10-35 (My school has slow typists but me O_O) If anyone wishes to increase their typing speed, use online sites. (There's one that you can compete against real people)
World per munities
One, out of infinitely many possible answers, is 200/1.
wpm (words per minute). Example, I can type at 60+ wpm.
according to US weekly, and Scooter :) he can type 120 wpm
at least 30 wpm, yet I am 2 years younger and can type 72 wpm
5 kpm = 1 wpm 1400 kpm / 10 min = 140 kpm so answer is 28 wpm
Average dictation speed depends on individual skills. It is more than likely around 120 words per minute. Some people can type as fast as 200 words a minute. Most people speak rather rapidly and transcriptionists have to pause and rewind the dictation.
WPM is an acronym that stands for Words Per Minute.
probably around 30 wpm but I am 2 years younger and can type 72 wpm, some people type faster and some people type slower.
me I type 63 wpm
I type an average of 115 WPM, my peak ever being 133. Typing at more than 100 WPM feels natural and second-nature. Besides what some people may tell you, it isn't very hard or stressful to type over 100 WPM as long as you are consistent at your typing.
You must practice at least 3 hrs per day for 10 days, after that i think you will be able to type + 45 wpm.