When a right answer is wrong

AS a student in a government secondary school in Selangor, I am greatly disappointed that the Education Ministry (MoE) is repeatedly going against its stated mission of “upholding a quality education system that develops individuals to their full potential and fulfils the aspirations of the nation”.

I want to share experiences from the recent Form 3 end-of-year assessments to prove that the MoE instead celebrates shoddy work and suppresses thinking.

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