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post Oct 9 2008, 01:17 AM


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Hi guys, just wanna know how did the grading system worked on year 1995 for SPM???

in year 1995 was like if 7s is lulus and 7f is gagal. So overall how the grading system is alike? can anyone pls explain?

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post Oct 9 2008, 01:55 AM


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Fail is 9F, not 7F. 1 to 8 all pass.

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post Oct 9 2008, 02:05 AM


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I mean is that all the grading system about? F is fail and S is pass? how about the numbers? 1 to 9 means? the overall score meaning smile.gif If u dont mind, can upls explain the overall score table meaning smile.gif

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post Oct 9 2008, 03:13 AM


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F? S?

i'm not sure where u get that, but back then we use:

A1
A2
C3
C4
C5
C6
P7
P8
F9

A is basically the distinction or excellent achievement levels, from 70points and above (or was it 80?)
C is credit, generally meaning sufficiently mastered the subjects. this group consist from 50 to 69 or 79points.
P is cukup makan. still pass. this group is 40 to 49points.
F is fail, 39points and below.

there's no F or S or whatever like the table above.

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post Oct 9 2008, 09:46 AM


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that last time grading system...
malaysia education already change to the present grading system de!
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post Oct 9 2008, 10:08 AM


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back then we use aggregate system rather than how many As, Bs or Cs. aggregates are calculated from 6 highest scoring subject that u scored and add them all together. meaning, if a person scored A1, A1, C3, C5, C5 and C5, his aggregate would be 20. the highest aggregate would be 6 (from six A1s).

the problem with this method is that, the number of students scoring 6 aggregates was increasing every year. there is no other indicator above 6aggregates except how many A1s they scored. so in 1980s, it's enough to say "i got 6aggregates!". in the 90s u gotta say "i got 6aggregates with 8 A1s".

the other problem with the aggregate system was people tend to score 6 subjects and dump the rest. which was what i did LOL. i concentrated only 7 out of 10 subjects. the other three got C5, P7 and P8 tongue.gif hehehe. alot of people exploited this system back in those days. they signed up as pure science student, yet scored only the non-science subjects, but still scored 6 aggregates. u can still get into science based courses with these results.



the new system we have nowadays put more equal weightage on all subjects. so this would produce more rounded students. also, SPM format nowadays are more open, where u can select from about 20++ subjects, apart from the compulsory ones.
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QUOTE(azarimy @ Oct 9 2008, 10:08 AM)
back then we use aggregate system rather than how many As, Bs or Cs. aggregates are calculated from 6 highest scoring subject that u scored and add them all together. meaning, if a person scored A1, A1, C3, C5, C5 and C5, his aggregate would be 20. the highest aggregate would be 6 (from six A1s).

the problem with this method is that, the number of students scoring 6 aggregates was increasing every year. there is no other indicator above 6aggregates except how many A1s they scored. so in 1980s, it's enough to say "i got 6aggregates!". in the 90s u gotta say "i got 6aggregates with 8 A1s".

the other problem with the aggregate system was people tend to score 6 subjects and dump the rest. which was what i did LOL. i concentrated only 7 out of 10 subjects. the other three got C5, P7 and P8 tongue.gif hehehe. alot of people exploited this system back in those days. they signed up as pure science student, yet scored only the non-science subjects, but still scored 6 aggregates. u can still get into science based courses with these results.
the new system we have nowadays put more equal weightage on all subjects. so this would produce more rounded students. also, SPM format nowadays are more open, where u can select from about 20++ subjects, apart from the compulsory ones.
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anyone wanna try to break the malaysia world record ?
one person taking 23 subjects is SPm?

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post Oct 9 2008, 01:54 PM


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QUOTE(azarimy @ Oct 9 2008, 03:13 AM)
F? S?

i'm not sure where u get that, but back then we use:

A1
A2
C3
C4
C5
C6
P7
P8
F9

A is basically the distinction or excellent achievement levels, from 70points and above (or was it 80?)
C is credit, generally meaning sufficiently mastered the subjects. this group consist from 50 to 69 or 79points.
P is cukup makan. still pass. this group is 40 to 49points.
F is fail, 39points and below.

there's no F or S or whatever like the table above.
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This grading is year 1995, i believe they change grading system every 1 or 2 or 3 years. So any batch whom was 1995? The 1995 batch would know this grading system well.
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post Oct 9 2008, 06:34 PM


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QUOTE(deejay_krish @ Oct 9 2008, 05:54 AM)
This grading is year 1995, i believe they change grading system every 1 or 2 or 3 years. So any batch whom was 1995? The 1995 batch would know this grading system well.
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i'm from batch 1994, and my wife from batch 1998. we used the same system, so i doubt the 1995 batch is an anomaly wink.gif.

the major changes that i know were:

1993 is the first batch of KBSM. previous batches until 1992 are KLSM (kurikulum lama sekolah menengah) students. both uses the same grading system, but different approach and content in learning.

the 1999 batch is the first batch that stopped using the aggregate system. instead they use the ABC system similar to the one we have today.

then there's a recent change in 2005 or something on the grading system that uses the 1A, 2B, 3C etc, an elaboration of the 1999 system. if i'm not mistaken this coincides with the open format SPM.
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post Oct 9 2008, 07:11 PM


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Then how come u said there's no such table with F or S in it?
:S Thats where im confused.


Added on October 9, 2008, 7:19 pmIts written there clearly S is pass and F is Fail. Thats A SPM certificate smile.gif year 1995

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perhaps u can tell us where u got that?
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post Oct 9 2008, 07:50 PM


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From the cert below smile.gif year 1995

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