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Touch typing is fast becoming a required skill anywhere you go. It is also a skill that is quickly achieved and can easily increase one’s productivity in front of a computer. Klava is a simple website that lets you test touch typing speed and accuracy online.
test touch typing speed

Unlike other typing tests, this website does not have a starting time. Instead, the test begins the moment you start typing. Follow and type the words on the page in the text box and for every line that you complete you will get your words per minute score and your accuracy rate. Klava has tests for basic English, advanced English, and Cyrillic languages.

Klava also tests your typing speed and accuracy for programming languages which is very handy if you want to increase your code-writing skills.


  • Free; no sign-up required.
  • Tests your typing skills (word accuracy and typing speed).
  • Support tests for basic and advanced English, and Cyrillic languages.
  • Has typing guide available for people learning touch typing.
  • Unique feature lets you test your code-writing skills.
  • Similar Tools: PowerTyping, 10-Fast-Fingers, and Keybr.

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  1. JC
    January 12, 2010 at 2:03 am

    I tried it and I am pretty sure it is words per minute. I just ran a typing test there and all I did was type "wh why th the" in one line so having a very high WPM is possible in Klava.

  2. Consumer007
    January 10, 2010 at 8:01 am

    Umm this site is stupid and worthless. The per minute score IS NOT WPM, which is the standard measure, looks more to me like characters per minute, and the percent is the error percentage, not the correct percentage as this stupid website reviewer says.

  3. Karl K
    January 10, 2010 at 7:32 am

    The site comes up just fine, displays a few lines of "test text" and the keyboard as shown in your review. HOWEVER, when I type in the "test text" that is shown, nothing happens in terms of Klava displaying my speed or accuracy! It just "sits there".... staring at me in Russian!

    Karl K