FORM Five students from SMJK Heng Ee were pleasantly surprised to receive two complimentary Break The Code tickets when they signed up for the two-day ‘Star SPM Workshop 2015’ in Penang.
“My experience from attending exam-based workshops has always been great.
“They expose us to different perspectives and give us good tips,” said Lim Jun Ren, who was excited to receive the complimentary tickets.
“It is great that they are giving out free tickets to those who sign up for both days, as we can use them to take a break and get our minds off the exam stress,” said the 17-year-old student from the science stream at the work-shop roadshow in the school recently.
Fellow classmate Tung Zi Xuan described the workshop’s intensive lessons as a great last-minute preparation for the exam.
“As examination markers will be conducting the workshop, I will keep a lookout for key words I should use in the exams,” she said.
SMJK Heng Ee administration senior assistant Loh Soo Ping said the workshop was a great idea as the students would be exposed to other variations of questions.
She added that she was also glad that the workshops had motivational talks for the students as well.
The two-day workshop organised by Star Media Group Berhad will be conducted by experienced examination markers from Kuala Lumpur and Penang.
Star Media Group audience management senior manager (north) Oun Sui Leng said the registration fee for each day of the workshop is RM150, and includes lunch, two tea servings, handouts and a certificate of participation.
The workshop which includes a motivational talk will cover the SPM core subjects as well as biology, chemistry, physics and additional mathematics.
Supported by the state Education Department, the workshop will be held at the KDU Penang campus, on Sept 21 and 22 from 8am to 5pm.
Registration forms are available at the Star Northern hub in Bayan Lepas and the Star Pitt St. office in George Town.
For further details, contact 04-6473388 or email email@example.com.
Break The Code features a game experience with participants searching for clues and solving puzzles to ‘escape the room’ within a time limit.