## How do I test my KPH?

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When converting keystrokes per hour to WPM and CPM, the formula is as follows: keystrokes per hour/60 = kpm (keystrokes per minute). To calculate the WPM, follow this: keystrokes per minute/5= WPM. The average CPM or keystroke per hour is 15,000 — or 60 words per minute.

## What is a good KPH for 10 key?

Generally, a ten key speed of 8,000 KPH (Keystrokes Per Hour) is considered an average 10-key speed.

**What is average KPH speed for data entry?**

Competitive speeds for numeric data entry are generally around 10,000 KPH, often as high as 12,000 KPH. As the KPH metric becomes more common, text data entry operators are now asked to have speeds of about 7,000 KPH as it is commonly accepted that text elements slow down data entry in general.

### How do you convert KPH to WPM?

How to Convert Keystrokes Per Hour to WPM

- Measure your typing speed in KPH. You can do this with a typing program, an online typing test or by hand.
- Divide your KPH by 60. The result is your number of keystrokes per minute because 60 minutes are in one hour.
- Divide your keystrokes per minute by 5 to find your WPM.

### What does KPH mean in typing?

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Is a person’s Keystrokes-Per-Hour (KPH) score in the Data Entry test modules the same as their Words-Per-Minute (WPM) score in a typical typing test?

**What is net kph?**

Your typing speed, measured in keystrokes per hour (KPH), may come up as a question when you apply for jobs that require a lot of data entry. This number tells employers how fast you can enter data and, therefore, how proficient you are as a typist.

#### How many kph is 55 WPM?

Typical calculations based on this formula: 40 wpm = 10,000 kph. 50 wpm = 12,500 kph. 60 wpm = 15,000 kph.

#### What is the average kph rate in data entry jobs?

What Is the Average KPH Rate in Data Entry Jobs? The average 10-key KPH (keystrokes per hour) speed is around 8,000; however, some employers may require potential employees to take a test and meet a minimum KPH speed. This minimum is typically 10,000 KPH with an accuracy rate of 99 percent or higher.

**What is a good data entry speed?**

What Is A Good Data Entry Speed? Competitive speeds for numeric data entry are generally around 10,000 KPH, often as high as 12,000 KPH.As the KPH metric becomes more common, text data entry operators are now asked to have speeds of about 7,000 KPH as it is commonly accepted that text elements slow down data entry in general.

## What is 10 key data entry?

Ten-key data entry, also tenkey or 10-key, uses the numerical keypad on a computer keyboard, a calculator or a 10-key pad to enter numeric data into computer systems and databases. The name comes from the 10 keys — 0 to 9 — that you use to enter data. This skill is used in many jobs where you input financial, coding or number-based information.

## How do you convert WPM to kph?

KPH is used for measuring speed of data entry. For the purposes of calculating WPM a word is considered to be a block of five characters which includes the space between words. This means that it is possible to convert WPM to KPH. This online calculator can be used to convert words per minute into keystrokes per hour (wpm to kph).

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