Thursday, December 22, 2011


It was time for the form three students to reap what they had sown. The Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) examination results were announced today to end their agony of waiting and predicting. From what I could see, there were more parents seen in school to accompany their children for the moment of truth.

All in all, compared to previous year, this year's results were better - an increase in the overall passing percentage and many subjects, as well as the number of excellent students getting straight A's, 47 people. This should be good news to the students, parents and teachers especially; now we do not have to answer many questions during the upcoming PMR post-mortem meeting.

And this year's form three high-fliers are....
[drum roll... drum roll...]

Muhammad Amin Mohd. Rosli
Noor Amirah Amirmudin
Siti Nuramalina Md. Zain
Nurfarahin Abu Bakar
Siti Norsyamimi Mohd. Noh
Nur Farehah Sulaiman
Hanani Anis Mohamad Sabri

Aqil Muhammad Nasir
Ahmad Tarmizi Esam
Dineshwar Ganish Nair Ravindharan
Iqballuqman Mukhtar Hilmi
Muhammad Emirul Mahmood
Mohamad Nor Rahmat Md. Abdul Razak
Muhammad Faiz Zulkifli
Lim Zi Yong
Mohamad Nabil Mohd. Noor
Mohammad Shaqir Mohd. Rozainee
Muhammad Afiq Md. Zain
Muhammad Aziruddin Mohaini
Ng Ching Kai
Yew Ji Hao
Aisyah Nabilah Abd. Latif
Amirah Hassan
Nur Fatihah Diana Ahmad
Sarah Nurain Khaidzir
Cher Yuan Li
Choong Sze Lei
Nursyamimi Mohd. Baharuddin
Sahara Antartika Suliman
Soo Ming Huey
Sabrina Asilah Khairulnisan
Nurul Ain Zakaria
Rubeniy Ramanaidoo
Nur Dhuhaa Tajul Ariffin
Koo Shi Xun
Ain Khadijah Yob Sa'ed
Chai Wen Hui
Fahda Melissa Mohsin
Gan Li Yin
Law Mei Jun
Nor Syafiqah Mahat
Nuramira Ramlan
Wan Nadhirah Ismid
Tang Mei Ay

Dharshini Suparmaniam
Sharmilla Thirutamalai
Dinesh Ramamurthy

8A's 1B
Siti Aisyah Saniman
Mohammad Nor Fitry Mohd. Yani
Syed Muhammad Yusuf Syed Abd. Rahman
Nurul Alisyah Mohd. Yusri
Nurul Fatin Nabilah Zulkurnain

Congratulations to everybody who has done well. But believe me my dear, if you have done well, do not get too excited and if you think you did not meet the expectation, do not feel to sad. This just a small step to a more challenging world. I have seen people who had done well in PMR but did not excel in SPM, and people who were not excellent in PMR but did real well for SPM. So it is time to have a clearer picture of the whole thing so you will be more prepared for bigger obstacles ahead.