You're asking something different than what the link is saying. It states "learn to touch type in 90 minutes" which you simply can't.
On the other hand if you have been through a few layouts and have some experience with changing, it may be possible to learn the layout in such short time, but definitely not to type fast.
Last edited by pafkata90 (25-Mar-2012 02:49:07)
Depending on your definition of learning, I'd say that the answer is somewhere between "no, not really" and "not at all". ;)
Tony, can I ask you why do you think it's the same for everyone? How many people have you seen that follow these strict time definitions?
I'm asking not to disrespect your opinion or anything, just curious.
Thanks for your opinion paftaka90. I am quite surprised to see that my words make you feel I think all people are the same.
Next time I will insert "I think" to all my opinions to clearly show that it is my personal perception only.
Last edited by Tony_VN (25-Mar-2012 15:03:18)
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It just depends on how your learning curve works to your advantage. There are people who are not familiar with it, totally and when presented can get themselves familiar with it that easy.
And in my case, I learn better through experience so have typing exercises and surely, that will help you get to it a lot easier and faster all at the same time.
I think the cover when read is not erroneous:
"Learn to touch type 90 in just minutes."
It's just a case of homing in on a bump.
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