Barring use of forecast results hampers pre-varsity enrolment

PETALING JAYA: Parents continue to be upset over the Education Ministry’s decision not to accept SPM forecast results for entry into pre-university programmes and hope it will reconsider.

With twins who will be sitting for their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examinations in a Penang school this year, Anthony Raj said he would rather his children get a headstart in their tertiary education through the January intake.

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