Wait over as SPM results out on Thursday (June 8)


PETALING JAYA: The wait is finally over for some 403,600 Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2022 candidates - including the daughter of Education Minister Fadhlina Sidek - as they can collect their results on Thursday (June 8)

Many would have woken up early or had a sleepless night thinking about what they’ll get and where they’ll be heading after this.

Students and their parents will be waiting to collect their result slips from their teachers or viewing it online from 10am.

An hour before the results are released online, the overall results analysis will be presented by Education Ministry director-general Datuk Pkharuddin Ghazali.

Things were pretty smooth sailing for the exams conducted in March, with one hiccup going viral that happened during the SPM English listening test.

Even then, the Education Ministry denied an influencer being used to do the voice-over, causing candidates to struggle during the test because the individual was inarticulate.

Those who do not have access to the Internet or digital devices, they can still see the summary of their results via SMS or they can contact their respective schools.

A total of 403,637 candidates sat for SPM 2022 at 3,355 exam centres nationwide.

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