Fast Rabbit Software Releases FRS Score Collector

August 28, 2007 in Software (E)

[] Itasca, IL - August 28, 2007 - Fast Rabbit Software has released FRS Score Collector 1.0.2, their freely available utility for teachers and parents to collect, save, and print scores from popular FRS software titles. Fast Rabbit Software specializes in providing highly targeted, easy to use educational software for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

The free, FRS Score Collector utility allows classroom and lab class instructors to automatically collect student scores and reports as quizzes and drills are completed, from compatible FRS student programs incuding: Master the Facts Multiplication, FRS Division Drills, and FRS Spelling Challenger.

FRS Score Collector is designed to be used in a classroom or lab situation where a single instructor is collecting scores for multiple programs running on multiple computers. In homes with more than one computer and a local area network, a parent or guardian may use their computer to collect score reports from students computers as well.

Version 1.0.2 includes many enhancements and is a recommended download.

System Requirements:
* Versions are available for Mac OS X, Windows XP, and Windows Vista.
* 8 MB Hard Drive space.

Pricing and Availability:
There is no registration or payment required to use FRS Score Collector. However, a compatible student program like Master the Facts Multiplication, FRS Division Drills, or FRS Fraction Master must be used with FRS Score Collector and each compatible student program may require registration.

To find compatible student programs visit and view product descriptions. Updates are planned for a number of products for compatibility with FRS Score Collector and these will be phased in throughout the last half of 2007 and first half of 2008.

Founded in 2000 and subsequently incorporated in 2003, Fast Rabbit Software specializes in providing downloadable educational software for Macintosh, Windows, and Linux operating systems. Its products are currently in use in homes and schools in all 50 states within the US and over three dozen other countries. For more information about the company or its products visit its website at


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