SPM Candidates Affected By Flood Don’t Need To Wear Uniform To Exams
Education Minister Radzi Jidin said it’s important that students are calm instead of stressing about school uniforms.
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The Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2021 has finally started in full swing. In light of the recent floods, Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin said SPM candidates affected by the flood don’t need to sit for exams in their school uniforms.
It is okay for the affected candidates to wear whatever clothes available. In a crisis situation, we cannot be too selective. It is important for the children to be calm when going to the examination centres.Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin
According to The Star, Radzi also said candidates who were facing difficulties in getting to their schools or examination centres should contact their class teachers, school examination secretaries or principals.
They can get information on the current situation and any alternative examination centres which they can attend.Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin
On another note, the Bahasa Melayu and English Language papers of 708 SPM candidates in the state have been postponed to the second session in April since the schools were flooded. The exam dates are yet to be decided.
The seven affected schools in the Pasir Mas district are:
- SMK Rantau Panjang
- SMK Gual Periok
- SMK Baroh Pial
- SM Agama Maahad Muhammadi Rantau Panjang
- SMK Meranti
- SM Ugama (SMU) AL-Falah Siram
- SMU Khairiah Banggol Setol
The schools have contacted the candidates involved, and it is expected that the examination paper on March 7 will proceed as scheduled.Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin
Meanwhile, Radzi said the flood situation in Terengganu was improving and the affected SPM candidates could sit for their papers at alternative examination centres.
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