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System Requirements

Windows® XP Home Edition/Professional
* 300MHz or higher processor
* 256 MB of RAM
* 60 MB of available hard disk space

Windows 2000
* 166MHz or higher processor
* 128 MB of RAM
* 60 MB of available hard disk space

Windows Me
* 150MHz or higher processor
* 64 MB of RAM
* 60 MB of available hard disk space

Windows 98/98SE
* 133MHz or higher processor
* 64 MB of RAM
* 40 MB of available hard disk space
Create, save, and print tests easily!  Customize your tests to meet your specific wants with ready made
question formats.  Edit and insert your own pictures.
Generate math speed drills for basic addition,
subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Save journal entries fast!  Document unscheduled activities in addition to lesson plan subjects for
each student.  
Grading is easy when a lesson plan has been established.
Establish your own grading scale.  
Thoroughgrade will determine the letter grades
Define as many subjects as you wish.  You can also establish your own emphasis of a subject by
weighting them according to its importance.
Use a school calendar for lesson plans.  Create a
calendar for each student.  Copying and modifying
your schedule is easy.
Working with lesson plans are no longer a chore!  Import lesson schedules from other popular software
programs as well as ones you may have created in spreadsheets.  
Rescheduling is a snap when your
busy schedule requires postponing lessons and when you get ahead.
Monitoring and measuring progress makes it easy to focus on improvement.  Grade reports and monthly
and daily performance charts help teachers and students see their progress.
Several standard forms are available.  

    Grade Scale
    Planners for large and small binders (monthly/weekly)
    Multiplication Tables
    School Calendar
    And more...
Upgrades are free!
Thoroughgrade 2.5  Developed by homeschoolers for a complete and simple solution for student
record-keeping and performance tracking.  (Lesson plan development, journalizing, grading, test
creation, progress reporting, and transcripts).