Touch Typing Quiz 5

Touch typing quiz – 5 covers all the keys including alphabets, numbers, and symbols. The alphabet keys are (a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z), numbers keys (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 0) and symbols or sign keys. Like other quizzes, it also based on the QWERTY keyboard layout. There are 20 Multiple Choices Questions with unlimited attempt time. There is no fine for the wrong answer. You can take the quiz unlimited times. If you encounter a problem with an answer, please let us know via our contact form. We will happily fix it for you and other visitors.

Which of the following keys types the percentage (%) symbol with Shift key being held down?
Which of the following symbols is used when entering email address?
To define a gap between words the ______ is required.
When touch typing, what is the sole purpose of the Shift keys?
When touch typing, pressing the key associated with ring finger from left hand followed by pressing middle two times will type _________ word.
Which finger from right hand is responsible for entering the question mark (?) ?
Ring finger of left-hand types the _________ letter.

On which of the following number keys brackets i.e. ( ) are available?
Which of the following letters can be typed with middle finger of left hand?
When touch typing, ______ finger types “y” letter from top row.

According to touch typing, the letters a, w, c, t, g and v can be pressed with ________ hand.
Which of the following keys are regarded as home keys associated with both hands?

Identify the correct order of fingers for typing the word “saw”.
While touch typing the letter u can be typed using ______ finger.
Name the letters associated with lady finger of right hand.
Which of the following number keys types ampersand “&” sign while the Shift key is held down?

The letter “m” can be typed with help of lady finger from ______ hand.
As per QWERTY keyboard layout the vowel letters i,o,u can be typed with ________ hand(s).

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