Posted: 2017-12-01 10:07
after 6 months spent (wasted?) on the k7qo code course, I couldn't take it any longer and I've decided to quit. I've done all the letters and numbers but I'm struggling putting all the pieces togheter.
Before starting the k7qo course, I contemplated this site. I love it, but... I'm a terrible typist and typing adds a layer of stress over copying morse code.
Do you think that writing on paper and then typing on screen is acceptable? What about copying five symbols, pause and typing?
Has anybody moved from k7qo to lcwo and has ny tips for me?
73 de M6OTV
Posted: 2017-12-01 15:18
Don't see any thing wrong with writing on paper and then typing the results into the computer. The goal is to understand code. By writing what you are hearing, whether by writing on paper or by typing into the text window, you are demonstrating that you are understanding.
My fear is the opposite. I can type faster than I can write and I fear that I will end up tied to a keyboard when copying code! What a situation to be in.
73 de KC3KBE