The Education Ministry had recently said in a statement that these candidates can get their hands on their results from respective schools starting 10 am 15 March. Did you know that there are more ways than one to check your results? Find out here!
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In the meantime, if you are a 2017 SPM candidate, then you may be interested to know some cool facts about last year’s examinations. You were among the 443,883 candidates who registered to sit for SPM in one of the 3,363 examination centres designated nationwide.
If we dig a little deeper, 386,331 of you were from government schools, government-aided schools, and government-aided religious schools. 8,461 students took their SPM examinations in schools under government agencies such as MARA junior sciences colleges, 14,883 were from private schools registered with our ministry, 1,976 from Sekolah Menengah Agama Rakyat, and you or your friends of 23,886 are private candidates.
For many, they can find relief that the long wait is coming to an end so that they can look to the future and plan out the next course of action in their life. Nonetheless, whatever your results may be, we wish you the best of luck!
Check out our After SPM Guide 2018 to find out what your next step should be.