Second SPM exam session will be held from April 5 to May 19

PETALING JAYA: The second exam session for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2021 candidates who could not sit for the exam will be held from April 5 to May 19, 2022, says the Education Ministry.

The Examination Board said in a statement that the second exam session was for SPM candidates who could not sit for the speaking and listening tests for Bahasa Melayu and English subjects, as well as the Science practical and written tests that were held from Feb 8 to March 29 this year.

“This included those who tested positive for Covid-19, were placed under quarantine as directed by the Health Ministry, affected by floods or other special cases that have been approved by the Examination Director,” it said on Saturday.

The Examination Board reminded all applicable candidates to review, confirm and print the Examination Registration Statement (Pernyataan Pendaftaran Peperiksaan) containing designated examination centre information, date, time, code and examination papers starting April 1.

“All the information is available through the link or through the mobile application e-Examination Board which can be downloaded via the Google Play Store,” it said.

It added that the SPM examination timetable for the second session, and the instructions that must be adhered to during the examination can be downloaded from the Examination Board’s official portal at, which will be available on April 1.

Candidates are also reminded to bring identification documents and printed Examination Registration Statement to the examination centre.“Candidates must adhere to the Guidelines for the Management of Central Assessment and Public Examinations contained in the School Management and Operation Guidelines 3.0 issued by the Education Ministry as well as operating procedures standards set by the National Security Council and the Health Ministry,” it said.

The guidelines can be downloaded from the ministry’s official portal at

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