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No. Most people type between 25-40 WPM so you're ahead on that front. Your typing speed is not going to improve enough by July to matter. A systematic approach to writing your essays would do much more to save you time. Once you've mastered that, you'll be good.placidstate wrote: Should I also be worried about taking typing classes in addition to my already crazy bar schedule?
You also need to know how much time that needs to be shaved off. Also, find out how long does it take to write an essay (with no time limits). That'll tell you whether you'll need to radically redo or just tweak a few things. Factor in organizational time (in the beginning) and leave a few mins towards the end for wrap-up time.
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