# How many solves have you done and what is your average?

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Hey. I just made this cuz I’m bored and I think it’ll be interesting. So my question is, how many solves have you done (timed, untimed, everything) and what do you average? I think this will be motivational for beginners too.

Ive done about 3.5k solves and I average around 18s

#### SkewbIsTheBestEvent

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I have done around 10,000 solves. I usually average 12 on a good day.

#### CFOP INC

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I'd have to say including mindless solves at work and school it would be near 20 k. And I average about 15 seconds sub 15 on a fire avg 100 lol

#### SkewbIsTheBestEvent

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Yeah, I probably did more than 10,000 when talking about untimed solves.

#### Abram Grimsley

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Probably around 50,000. I average around 15 seconds

#### SkewbIsTheBestEvent

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@J41 and @Abram Grimsley How do you only average that after doing 5 times as many solves as I do?

#### EthanMCuber

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Around 1000. 20 seconds, but I’m a little out of practice for 3x3

#### Burrito

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Hey. I just made this cuz I’m bored and I think it’ll be interesting. So my question is, how many solves have you done (timed, untimed, everything) and what do you average? I think this will be motivational for beginners too.

Ive done about 3.5k solves and I average around 18s
Maybe like 5k total and I average the same

I spent maybe 500-1000 solves with other methods, and i ended up picking zz

#### scrubizilla

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I’ve done probably 15k solves and I average around 11

#### abunickabhi

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I have done about 300,000 solves with CFOP and 100,000 solves with Roux in the last 14 years.

I am global 10 seconds with both methods yo.

#### gsingh

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Probably 150,000 +, because I'm almost always doing untimed solves.

#### AJT17

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I have almost 8,000 recorded 3x3 solves, and my average is 17 seconds, but my times can range from 12-20 seconds.

#### J41

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@J41 and @Abram Grimsley How do you only average that after doing 5 times as many solves as I do?
the dude uses beginners
As above - I don't even use F2L in regular timed solving. But I don't think it's a competition, and I'm sure people develop at different rates even when using the same method.

I learnt how to solve more than ten years ago but only started cubing regularly in early 2021. It's very difficult to learn new things when working full time etc.