PETALING JAYA: The next test session for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2021 candidates who could not sit for the examination will be held from April 5 to Could 19, 2022, states the Instruction Ministry.
The Ministry’s Evaluation Board reported in a assertion on Saturday (March 26) that the second examination session was for SPM candidates who could not sit for the talking and listening checks for the Malay and English topics, as well as the realistic and written checks for the Science matter that was held from Feb 8 to March 29, 2022.
“This bundled people who analyzed good for Covid-19, ended up placed under quarantine as directed by the Wellness Ministry, affected by floods or other specific conditions that have been accredited by the Examination Director,” it claimed.
The Evaluation Board reminded all applicable candidates to overview, validate and print the Examination Registration Assertion (Pernyataan Pendaftaran Peperiksaan) made up of selected assessment centre info, day, time, code and assessment papers starting April 1, 2022.
“All the details is accessible by the connection elp.moe.gov.my or by means of the mobile application e-Evaluation Board which can be downloaded via Google Engage in Keep,” it explained.
It additional that the SPM examination timetable for the second session and guidance that have to be adhered to throughout the assessment can be downloaded from the Evaluation Board’s formal portal at lp.moe.gov.my, which will be available on 1 April 2022.
“Candidates are also reminded to convey identification files and printed Assessment Registration Statement to the evaluation centre.
“Candidates should also adhere to the Suggestions for the Administration of Central Evaluation and Community Exams contained in the School Management and Operation Tips 3. issued by the Instruction Ministry as very well as operating methods standards set by the National Stability Council and the Overall health Ministry,” it mentioned, including that this was to assure the sleek administration of examination and avoidance of Covid-19 an infection.
The recommendations could be downloaded from the Instruction Ministry’s official portal at www.moe.gov.my.