Anyone else find that most of their typing mistakes are the result of fingers either locking up or going spastic for an instant? I haven't seen anyone say anything about this except me. I looked at some old stats of mine where:
120 one minute tests taken.
Total of 219 errors (1.825 errors per minute)
I averaged about 68 wpm so 40,800 characters.
Therefore, one error for every 186 characters (0.995% accuracy)
All great, but when I look at a breakdown of the errors of that 219, I have:
78 where my finger locked up so the key didn't register
24 where I fingers went spastic (sort of like the above, except I do hit keys down - just out of control for an instant).
19 where I reversed the characters. Which, if you think about it, can be a spastic reaction too.
So, those three things that may all be related to muscle control as opposed to a mental error total 131 of the errors. So if where is a way to reduce those problems, my accuracy would really be great.
But I have no idea how to do that. Even when I type slower, I'll have these problems happen.