(Kuala Lumpur, 20th) China’s public examinations have been extended due to the impact of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic. The Ministry of Education of Malaysia announced the details of the second revision today. The Malaysian Education Diploma (SPM) written examination will begin on November 16 this year Until December 7, the exhibition will be extended to next year (2021) from January 6 to February 9.
Other adjustments to the exam dates include the Malaysian Advanced School Diploma (STPM), the Malaysian Advanced Religious Diploma (STAM) and the Malaysian Technical Diploma (SVM).
As the 2020 Malaysian Diploma of Education Diploma exam has been moved to the first week of 2021, the Ministry of Education has also announced that the Ministry will reschedule the start date of 2021.
At the time of the first extension of the examination date announced on March 28, the 2020 SPM was originally held from November 16 to December 7 and is now extended to January 6 to February 9 next year.
In addition, the second semester exam of the Malaysian Advanced School Diploma (STPM) falls on August 12, 13, 17 and 18 this year, and the third semester exam will be on March 1, 2, 3, 8 next year Day and 9th.
The Ministry of Education issued a statement today stating that this is the second revision and adjustment date for the 2020 public examination by the Ministry of Education. It was first announced on March 28 after the action control order.
According to the report, after the extension of the administrative order during the epidemic, the senior minister of education announced on April 15 that the public examination will be postponed to the first quarter of 2021 to allow candidates to have sufficient study time to prepare for the exam.
In addition, the SPM re-examination date has also been extended from June 2 to 30 (oral test) and June 23 to 25 (written test), from August 17 to September 30 (oral test) and August 17 Day to 19th (written test).
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