Free e-revision for SPM, UEC students

SEGi's e-revision programme is expected to benefit at least 15,000 students who face various learning disruptions due to the pandemic.

AS part of its corporate social responsibility initiative, SEGi College Subang Jaya is offering free e-revision classes to students impacted by prolonged school closure resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.

SEGi principal Calvin Chan said the e-revision programme is for students who will be sitting for the SPM and UEC exams.

“As an educational institution, we’ve seen first-hand how the pandemic has affected students’ learning.

“Our digitalisation efforts over the last six years, however, have enabled us to move teaching and learning online with ease.

“Blackboard, SEGi’s world class learning management system adopted in 2015, ensures that education in the virtual realm continues with minimal disruptions,” he said, adding that education is not compromised with online learning.

SEGi e-revision programme head Eve Tan said the programme is expected to benefit some 15,000 students who will be given free tuition from Sept 21 to Nov 21.

Following SEGi’s motto to inspire, ignite and immerse students with the best possible learning experience, the e-revision programme taps into educators with proven and solid track records in their respective fields.

Some of these educators include Michael Soosay, who has 29 years of experience in teaching Bahasa Melayu (BM); Anson Lim who has been teaching Mathematics for close to two decades; and Vasugi Baskaran, a teacher with 10 years of experience in English education.

For SPM students, 10,000 seats worth RM9mil are waiting to be filled, whereby each student will get free online tuition for BM, English, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics and History over a three-month period.For UEC students, 5,000 seats worth RM5mil are available.

There will be two virtual intensive workshops focusing on answering techniques for UEC subjects which include Chinese, BM, English, Mathematics and Additional Mathematics.

“We understand the diverse backgrounds of our students and the plight they face in getting the education they deserve. These e-revision classes are designed to be flexible to accommodate their individual needs. We don’t want to impose any strict policies that would deter students from utilising this resource as we developed it with them in mind,” Tan said.

For details, visit or WhatsApp 012-681 2168.

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