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We often believe the more we practice a skill or technique - over and over again, many times - the better we'll get. This is not necessarily true. In fact, every time you practice a technique incorrectly, you're increasing your chances of doing it wrong again. It's easy to become very experienced at repeating the same mistakes. Practice doesn't make perfect; only perfect practice makes perfect.
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User Speed Accuracy Points Place Date Options
1 plover_learner 211 WPM 99.0% 232 1/3 April 8, 2019
2 arenasnow 200 WPM 100.0% 219 1/2 March 27, 2019
3 stanographer 190 WPM 98.0% 209 1/2 March 21, 2019
4 florentine 187 WPM 99.0% N/A 1/2 March 16, 2017
5 slowizzy 185 WPM 99.0% 204 1/3 Sept. 17, 2018
6 arenasnow2 185 WPM 99.0% 203 1/3 April 20, 2018
7 nitro2029 179 WPM 99.0% N/A 1/3 Nov. 13, 2014
8 slowaccount 179 WPM 100.0% 197 1/2 May 17, 2019
9 deroche1 178 WPM 99.0% 196 1/3 Sept. 26, 2018
10 fyda 176 WPM 97.0% N/A 1/3 Sept. 20, 2013