Master Keyboard Typing! Master Your Classes!

Berkeley, MO (PressExposure) December 26, 2007 -- Are you interested in developing great typing skills? Do you want to earn a college degree? Do you have kids who are struggling at school? Here is your opportunity to get help!

Good hand-eye coordination is essential to being a good typist; therefore, you should do something to boost it such as touching spots or marks on a wall or table with each finger on both hands daily. Use only one finger to type two letters in a column. Let's use 'zap' as an example. You should only use your fifth finger to type a Z and an A. Type: zap.

Type a W with your fourth finger angled slightly to the left. Type: were. Type an E with your third finger angled slightly to the left. Type: eye.

There are certain things you should do to succeed at school. Hold the textbook up straight because your eyes tend to shift to material above the sentence you are trying to read if you read the book from a flat angle. Highlight or take notes on anything you find important in the textbook. Pay attention to all subheadings and captions in the textbook.

You have learned a few things about typing and studying. To complete the learning process, visit Skill Development Institute.

About Skill Development Institute

Todd Hicks owns Skill Development Institute, an enterprise that provides a keyboard typing lesson and academic study guide. He has a communications degree and lives in St. Louis, Missouri. Todd has also written many articles and posted them on his web site. []

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Press Release Submitted On: December 09, 2007 at 6:53 pm
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