Point taken, but... From experience, I'd agree with +Peter Terren
; slightly wiggly line for all lower case letters. This font requires entirely too many pen loops to be realistic. Speed is the goal, so one pass of the pen is all any letter is allotted.
In reality, interpretation depends entirely upon identifying one or two spiky letters (T, X and N are usually good candidates) and then extrapolating all translation possibilities based upon the number of wiggles (aka letters) and comparing it with your knowledge of the patient.