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SPM students returned to school for 2021 last Wednesday (January 20th), but there’s still concerns on whether they should continue going to school with the number of new COVID-19 cases rising in spite of the Movement Control Order (MCO).
Many students are, of course, following the government’s means of learning the syllabus online, but are also finding other ways to keep up with their studies.
This is where SPMflix comes in!
It’s Malaysia’s largest and most comprehensive free SPM education portal, where students can revise and learn through live-stream classes and even take quizzes to prepare for their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examinations, which is due to start on February 22nd.
With over 8,700 free videos which are constantly updated, SPMflix.com also offers an annual SPM Seminar which includes live online classes covering exam areas, tips and answering techniques for all 12 subjects for both the English and Malay mediums.
The highly sought-after seminar, which has already attracted over 70,000 Malaysian students, also includes soft skills sessions on study skills, memory skills and mind-mapping to further enhance how students perform at their exams.
Not only that, students can send their queries through WhatsApp, under the ‘Tanya Cikgu’ tab on the SPMflix website, which will be answered by its 2,000 experienced teachers.
“We want to focus on ensuring that students from the B40 and rural areas have adequate internet access to access the vast learning resources available online including SPMflix. Education is a means out of poverty.
“We must ensure all Malaysian school children can access portals like SPMflix.com so that their education is never interrupted and that all Malaysians have equitable access to education,” said BAC Education Group’s Managing Director, Raja Singham.
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by Kyle Roshen Jacob