PT3 more challenging

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  • Thursday, 17 Dec 2015

THE announcement of the Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3’s (PT3) results on Monday has revealed more than just the achievements of the candidates and the schools performance. More importantly, it helps parents, teachers, policy makers, researchers and the society measure the effectiveness of the revised and improvised version of Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) – a public examination that many thought was more relevant than the PT3.

Hence, while we are putting students with extraordinary achievements or inspiring stories of life in the limelight by highlighting their success on television, tabloid, social media and in the newspapers, we need, at the same time to discuss and carry out a post-mortem at school, district, state and national levels to identify strengths and weaknesses of the PT3.

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