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SPM 2008 Best Students

G. Muneswaran, a science stream student of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Ibrahim here not only scored 15 A1s in the Sijil Pelajar Malaysia (SPM) examination but also passed the Tasawwur Islam subject which encompasses basic knowledge about Islam.

The top student in Kedah said although he was not a Muslim but with help and discussions with his Malay friends he got to understand the subject well.

Muneswaran, the youngest of three children of a security guard, said his family did not stop him from taking the subject. Also scoring an A1 in Tamil Literature he said he wanted to be a doctor.

Muneswaran said his secret to success was to always revise and to divide time for resting, sports and watching TV.

His mother, K.Kamala, 51, a nurse at Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital here said her son did not have a timetable to study but rather told his parents not to tell him to study but that he would do so himself with full interest and diligence.

Kamala said her son had always got excellent results in exams and scored 7As in the Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) exam and 8As in the Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) exam

In Kota Baharu, a fisherman’s son, Nik Nor Madihah Nik Mohd Kamal, 18, and student of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama (SMKA) Naim Lilbanat scored As in all the 20 subjects he took.

“I could not believe the results. They are out of my expectations but I am happy as I did not disappoint my parents and teachers who worked hard to teach me,” said Nik Nor Madihah who wants to further his studies in physics in the Middle East.

In Penang, two outstanding students of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama Al Irsyad in Kepala Batas, Siti Hafizah Rosli, 18, and Mardiah Mohd Don, 18, who scored 13 A1s said they placed equal importance on studies and co-curriculum activities.

“What is important is we should work hard and ask for Allah’s blessings,” said Siti Hafizah.

Mardiah said her excellent results were a special gift for her father who sent and fetched from school everyday eventhough he was busy with his used-car business.

In Seremban, twins Rohaisha and Rohaminah Jamil of SMK King George V who bagged 11 A1s said they wanted to continue their studies overseas in law.

The daughters of a textiles businessman at the Terminal One shopping complex here said their eldest sister, Rohadja, who is studying at Universiti Malaya was their inspiration to do well.

Source : BERNAMA

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  1. Malaysia Digest on March 19th, 2009

    What we need more now is to have more Malay students scoring A in Tamil and Mandarin.

    Malaysia Digest’s last blog post..Khir and wife called-up for BALKIS public hearing

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