Studying together helped twins

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 27 Feb 2003

Shuhaini (left) and Shuhaina studied together.

ALOR STAR: Studying together and asking questions whenever in doubt have helped Shuhaini Shuib and her twin sister Shuhaina score 11As and 10As respectively in the SPM examination. 

Both girls from SMK Sultanah Asma here were among the top SPM students in Kedah.  

While Shuhaina scored 1As in Bahasa Melayu, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, History, Islamic Studies, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Principles of Accounts, and a 2A in English, Shuhaini obtained 1As in all the 10 subjects and a 2A in English 1119. 

Shuhaina, the elder twin, said they often studied together and were not afraid to ask questions whenever they did not understand certain topics. 

The former assistant head prefect said she hoped to take up medicine but might consider other options. 

“I hope to get a Public Services Department scholarship to study overseas,” she said while being congratulated by her mother Hasnah Md Saad, 43, an assistant executive officer with the Inland Revenue Board. 

Shuhaini – who is taking a commerce course at a college in Subang Jaya under a Renong Bhd scholarship – said she was very happy to have done so well in the examination and thanked her teachers and friends for her achievement.  

“I plan to return to Alor Star on Sunday to meet up with my teachers and friends,” she said in a telephone interview from Subang Jaya. 

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