SPM: 3,355 exam centres nationwide operational starting Jan 30

PETALING JAYA: A total of 3,355 examination centres for the speaking and listening tests (Bahasa Melayu and English), practical science tests and written tests for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2022 examination will be in operation nationwide starting Jan 30.

The Education Ministry said in a statement on Friday (Jan 20) that 131,318 examination officers had been appointed for the smooth running of the SPM.

The practical tests for Physics, Chemistry and Biology will be conducted on Jan 30 involving 93,490 candidates for Physics; 94,672 candidates for Chemistry; and 74,642 candidates for Biology.

The practical science test (Additional Science) will be held on Feb 2 for 1,675 candidates.

The Bahasa Melayu speaking test will be held from Feb 7 to 9, the English speaking test on Feb 13 to 15 and the listening tests for both languages on Feb 16, involving 401,927 candidates for Malay and 401,087 candidates for English.

The written tests for all subjects will be held from Feb 20 to March 15.

In the statement, the ministry reminded all candidates to refer to the examination timetable which can be downloaded at http://lp.moe.gov.my to obtain information on the date, time, code and examination papers as well as instructions that need to be followed during the examination.

Candidates are also reminded to bring identification documents and their Examination Registration Statement to the examination centre and comply with the standard operating procedures (SOP) and regulations.

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