freeschool.my Boosts SPM Student Revisions With SPM Seminar & SPM e-Books References
Oct06

freeschool.my Boosts SPM Student Revisions With SPM Seminar & SPM e-Books References

freeschool.my has today announced the availability of printed versions of its SPM e-Books as SPM students hit the home-stretch of their preparations for the upcoming exams. The e-Books were developed in collaboration with Malaysian teachers and cover core SPM subjects including Additional Maths, Mathematics, Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Sejarah. Previously available for free exclusively on the freeschool.my platform, the...

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Top 7 Best and Worst Ways Social Media Impacts Education
Oct03

Top 7 Best and Worst Ways Social Media Impacts Education

It is no secret that we live in the era of social media, and as each phenomenon in our life, it has both good and bad influence on all the aspects of our day-to-day existence. Do we have to accept the influence as it is, or should we fight with it? The best way is to find out what the influence is and avoid its bad side. This article is going to consider pros and cons of social media in education. Why education? Because work and...

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6 Malaysian Students Made Malaysia Proud of Their Math Skills in Brazil
Aug09

6 Malaysian Students Made Malaysia Proud of Their Math Skills in Brazil

SIX Malaysian students made the country proud at the recent 2017 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. With an impressive haul of two silver medals, two bronze medals, and two honourable mentions, Ivan Chan Kai Chin, Yeoh Zi Song, Hanissa Shamsuddin, Tan Li Xuan, Sean Ghee Zhing and Theam Wing Chun, led the country to 37th position in this year’s IMO. In 2015, Malaysia was ranked 57th before jumping 20...

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Why Julian Had to Travel Over 13,000 km for University?
Jul07

Why Julian Had to Travel Over 13,000 km for University?

I am a Malaysian, but I’m also ethnically Chinese. I grew up in Malaysia and in my final year of secondary school, I recall being told that I was no longer the top student because “the rules had changed.” Traditionally, the top spot was awarded to the student with the highest subject average. But that year, my friend who had scored almost 100 points less than me in total marks — a difference of almost 10 percent between our subject...

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Thoughts on Success – Live a Fulfilling Life
Feb06

Thoughts on Success – Live a Fulfilling Life

What is your definition of SUCCESS? We all have our thoughts on success. The starting point is perhaps what we think of ourselves. Many of us have the thought of earning enough to feed our kids and fend for our wife, pay our bills and taxes. To us, this is the definition of success. If you have not thought about all of these, it is time you do. Most of us are what our thoughts guide us to be. Success is not related to the outcome of...

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Common Misconceptions Regarding A College Education Today
Jan16

Common Misconceptions Regarding A College Education Today

  Today’s job market is an entirely different scenario than that faced by the previous generation and this changing landscape has given rise to conflicting opinions and even common misconceptions as to the value of education after high school. Due to the tighter economy it is an employer’s market and that means something must change. The quest is do these changes mean that a college education is a guarantee or is...

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IMPORTANT Highlights On Education, Employ-ability, and Entrepreneurship with Malaysia Budget 2017
Dec06

IMPORTANT Highlights On Education, Employ-ability, and Entrepreneurship with Malaysia Budget 2017

Below are the main highlights of Malaysia Budget 2017 for students (preschool, primary, secondary and tertiary), teachers (civil servants) and fresh graduates (especially those interested in becoming an entrepreneur or to venture into the digital economy) in Malaysia.   GENERATE INCOME FOR THE RAKYAT Expand MySuria Programme for 1,600 houses nationwide (RM 45 million) Expand Mobilepreneur Programme for 3,000 participants (RM 30...

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Top 14 Hardest Majors to Study in Malaysian Universities
Nov20

Top 14 Hardest Majors to Study in Malaysian Universities

Studying in Malaysia is becoming a thing of choice for most students within and outside the country. [This article was originally published at FunnyMalaysia.] This is due to the high standards (relatively among the South East Asia region) and average price education offered by Malaysian Institutions as regulated by the Malaysian government. Below are the top 14 hardest major to study in Malaysian universities/colleges. 1. Urban and...

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