Postpone SPM 2020, students plead

Safety first: Personnel from the Labuan Fire and Rescue Department in full PPE gear as they conduct a disinfection exercise at the Labuan Vocational College ahead of its reopening tomorrow. ­— Bernama

PETALING JAYA: Postpone the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2020 examinations for a fairer playing field, students from the affected batch have urged the Education Ministry.

The students, who contacted The Star to air their grouses, said there were many reasons to do so, including online fatigue, lack of time to revise, and to be fair to students affected by the floods.

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