SPM candidates face a unique set of challenges as exams start nationwide

The 175 candidates at SMK Putrajaya Presint 8(1) waiting to enter the examination hall.

PUTRAJAYA: A sombre mood amid pin drop silence filled the air as SPM 2021 candidates at a school here walked past their school gate to sit for their much awaited exam.

With visible nervousness plastered on their faces, the 175 candidates at SMK Putrajaya Presint 8(1) walked silently towards the waiting hall as they scanned their temperature, gave their teachers their Covid-19 screening declaration form, their identification documents and examination registration form before entering the exam hall.

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