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Thread: When to increase speed?

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Posted: 2009-06-13 08:08
Let's say my goal is to achieve 20 wpm effective speed. Which approach do you recommend to reach the goal?

1. Complete all the lessons at a comfortable speed like 10 wpm effective, then increase speed with Speed practice drills to reach 20 wpm.

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2. Start each lesson at 10 wpm effective, then increase speed to 20 wpm before moving to the next lesson.

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Posted: 2009-06-13 14:45
If you ask 10 "experts" about this, you'll probably get 11 opinions. I'd tend to recommend the first option. In general, do whatever you feel is comfortable for you. I don't think over-complicating things helps in learning CW :-)

good luck & 73,
Fabian DJ1YFK


Posted: 2009-06-25 02:11
I personally have enjoyed using the Koch method. Start at your desired speed, but start with only two characters. Gradually work in more characters. This help form a link between hearing a sound and writing a character. You can use the the Koch method on this website. It's great. 73s

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