- Home Row, Left Hand
- Home Row, Right Hand
- Home Row, Left + Right
- Home Row, Extended Index Fingers
- The Shift Keys
- Quotes and Apostrophe
- Home Row: The Whole Shebang
- Top Row Left: QWERT
- Top Row Right: YUIOP
- It's Lonely at the Top: All Top Row Letters
- Row by Row: Top & Home Rows Combined
- Bottom Row Right: NM,./?
- Bottom Row Left: ZXCVB
- Putting It All Together: Bottom Row
- Letters Consolidation
- Take a Break!
- The Brackets
- Numbers Row Left: 12345
- Numbers Row Right: 67890
- Putting It All Together: Numbers
- Numbers Row Left + Shift: !@#$%
- Numbers Row Right + Shift: ^&*()
- Math Keys: -=_+
- Programming Keys: ~`|\
- Putting It All Together: Special Characters
- Numbers Row + Special Characters
- The Last Connection
- The Backspace/Delete Key
- Final Exam
- Graduation
- Where to Go From Here

Here is some straight-up numbers keyboarding practice, with numbers from 1 to 999, randomly presented. This makes a great complement to the numbers row lessons, as well as the math-key pinky buster exercise.

Every time you visit this page you will get a new exercise. As with the lessons, the Principles for Effective Learning apply here as you strive to increase your keyboarding skills. If you find your typing needs attention in a specific area, please visit the typing lessons section and find the lesson that best suit you needs!

If you haven't used these exercises before, here are the Instructions for Use, otherwise take a deep breath and click the button to get started!

Afterwards if you want some more practice with your math typing, try these practice exercises as well:

809 75 231 619 417 994 661 407 658 247 899 520 849 188 613 448 244 736 224 749 914 877 149 618 398 966 588 82 577 677 488 564 654 377 338 784 476 447 457 178 547 580 389 541 424 458 664 560 439 519 18 130 141 372 385 291 264 974 546 686 205 132 17 949 88 433 854 855 455 659 282 583 782 165 216 432 401 486 347 525 359 862 208 21 263 251 373 872 73 168 241 928 156 707 684 807 751 609 685 59 776 237 531 975

Please click here if the above exercise isn't working for you.

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