Handwriting of an individual is considered as the written speech, which is particular and specific to an individual. It is an acquired skill and a complex perceptual-motor task, sometimes referred to as a neuromuscular task. Each individual has its peculiarity in Handwriting formation; such characteristics are type of movement, line quality, speed and skill, rhythm, spacing between letters, word and line, slant, alignment, connecting strokes, size and proportions of letters, pen pressure, pen hold, pen position, and pen shading and coordination of writing muscles.
( Handwriting Samples for Analysis )
1. Request Specimens
2. Admitted Writing Samples
3. Chance Standards