There are many reasons why you would want to, all depending on your specific interests! You might be interested in reading our introductory blog post on Learning Morse Code.
Farnsworth speed is a method for keeping the character speed at a normal pace while having longer inter-word spacing, allowing to comprehend the characters being played.
We recommend keeping the character speed at 20 WPM and starting from a Farnsworth speed of 10 WPM. This is a good balance that will allow you to learn quickly and efficiently.
The lesson levels define how large the character set you are learning is. The first level - level 2 - only contains the first two characters, K and M. The highest level is 41, which contains all letters, digits and special characters.
When you are consistently getting high scores in lessons and feel comfortable with the character set you are working with, it's a good time to increase the level and learn a new character. Over time you will start to get a good feel of when this should happen.
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