Govt urged to confirm SPM dates

Hoping for the best: Friends from SMK Taman Sri Muda Shah Alam who live in the same neighbourhood (from left) Nurul Aleeya Nadira Roslan, 16, Nathanael Eliezer Chin, 17, S. Padmaullashini, 17, and Nurliana Mohd Aris, 16, studying together with their teacher Noorzihan Samah (online) at Aleeya’s house. — IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

PETALING JAYA: Anxious parents and jittery students are urging the government to nail down the dates for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2020 examinations as they are worried the recent rise in Covid-19 cases could result in a further delay.

Stakeholders are hoping that the SPM exams will start on Jan 6 as scheduled, even as many schools are closed and students have returned to online studies with more states being placed under the conditional movement control order (MCO).

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