SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) 2022 saw a total of 10,109 students who obtained excellent grades of A+, A-, and A in all subjects, said Education Director Datuk Haji Pkharuddin bin Haji Ghazali.
When announcing the 2022 SPM examination results in Putrajaya, the Education Director stated that this year’s national average grade (GPN) score has improved, from last years 4.74 to 4.86 this year.
On that list of successful students, Tamil students too had obtained a great spot among the rest of their peers. Here is how they felt about their accomplishments and what they did to achieve them.
Agilan Nethan Chinappar (11 A)
Agilan expressed his gratitude to his family for their encouragement and support. He also mentioned that he initially had trouble studying because he was a pandemic student in Form 4 and had to learn all of his subjects online. When he entered Form 5, it was a little challenging for him to cover topics from both Form 4 and Form 5. He took a lot of lessons, which made it difficult for him to concentrate. Then he began to plan and work on his study schedule. That is how he achieved such a remarkable outcome.
Success Is The Residue Of Planning
Anushree conveyed her heartfelt thanks to each and every one of her family members, friends, and teachers who helped and taught her. She added that the fantastic results she obtained were a direct result of her hard work.
The Only Way The Magic Works Is By Hard Work
Thavanesan Pillai Kesavan (10 A)
Thavanesan thanked his parents, cousins, close friends, and teachers for their support and encouragement. As a result of his outstanding achievements, he intends to pursue higher education in computers, programming, and other related fields.
Let Your Dreams Take Flight
Sriyuvaneswary Selvam (9 A)
Instead of studying late at night, Sriyuvaneswary advises going to bed early and rising early to study. Additionally, she gave future SPM candidates the advice to be aware of when their brains are active and when they are not. Discover your concentration pattern first, then proceed to complete your revisions, say the young achiever.
The BRAIN Is Wider Than The Sky
Rashvin Balashanthiran (9 A)
Rashvin expressed appreciation to his friends and teachers for providing him with the complete support he needed. He says that for his future studies, he intends to pursue a doctorate in medicine. He also expresses his best wishes for all the SPM candidates sitting this year.