Three ways to access SPM 2023 results


THE much-anticipated Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2023 exam results will be released tomorrow starting from 10am.

According to the Malaysian Examination Board’s (MEB) “Infographic guideline on the management of the issuance of SPM 2023 results”, candidates, both school and private, have three ways to access their results: via text message, online or physical collection.

To obtain a summary of their results, candidates can use mySMS by typing SPM (space) MyKad number (space) index number, and sending it to 15888.

For their results slip, candidates can either visit myresultspm.moe.gov.my or go to nearby schools, District Education Offices (PPD) or State Education Departments (JPN) to access the portal.

School candidates can also obtain their results from their schools, while private candidates from the PPD or JPN where they registered to sit for the exam.

The results slip can be downloaded via the online portal until June 2.

If candidates wish to submit their results for re-evaluation by the MEB, they have 30 days – from May 27 to June 26 – to do so via https://elp.moe.gov.my or the e-Lembaga Peperiksaan application.

Each subject appealed for re-evaluation will incur a RM100 fee.

School candidates should contact the examination secretary (SUP), while private candidates should contact the Education Service Commission (SPP) or JPN, for a new slip if there are any changes in the results.

If the results remain the same, the original slip is still valid.The fee will be refunded to candidates in “case T” – which indicates absence for a subject partially or entirely – if there are changes in the results after re-evaluation.

The MEB guideline also specifies that any ceremony to celebrate the SPM candidates should be conducted after the 2024/2025 academic session term 1 school holidays.

It also said school premises are not to hold press conferences; instead, press conferences are to be held only at the JPN or PPD.Overall, a total of 395,870 candidates sat for SPM 2023 at 3,340 exam centres nationwide.

The Malay Oral Test ran from Jan 8 to 11 and the English Oral Test from Jan 17 to 23. The Malay and English Listening Tests were on Jan 29, and the written exams from Jan 30 to March 7. The Science Practical Test ran from Dec 5 to 7 last year.

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