Seventy WPM typists can’t tell you where keys are on the QWERTY keyboard

Typists who clear 70 wpm can’t even say where the keys are

The majority of typists couldn’t tell you how they type if they tried, according to a study published in October in the scientific journal Attention, Perception, and Pschyophysics. The finding comes from a body of typists who averaged 72 words per minute but could not map more than an average of 15 keys on a QWERTY keyboard.

I know I don’t think about where the keys are, I just type. Anytime I take a
typing test, if they don’t use words and just random letters I do worse.