Form Five students unhappy with forecast result ruling


PETALING JAYA: Most Sijil Pelaja­ran Malaysia (SPM) students are unhappy that they can enrol in private universities or colleges only after the results of the exams are officially released.

A student from Penang, who wished to be known as Gabrielle T, said she would be disappointed if she could not use her forecast results as entry qualification.

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