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You have worked hard. And now, it is the moment of truth:
It is time to collect your SPM results.
Most students would pick it up from their schools so that they can meet up with their friends again before they part ways. (And to compare them.)
However, did you know you can view your results through other means? Here are 2 common ways that students use to see how they did in their exams:
Check Your SPM Online
With modern technology within our grasp, you no longer have to be physically present during the release of the SPM results. Some students choose to remotely check theirs online through the Kementerian Pendidikan Lembaga Peperiksaan website since it is fast and convenient.
Generally, the Ministry of Education will make the announcement a week before the release date. So, if you are someone who has just sat for your SPM, be sure to keep a lookout for that.
Once you have gotten your transcript, remember to print out a physical copy of your results as well! This certification will come in handy when you apply for your university, scholarship, and other applications.
Check Your SPM In Person
Of course, the most common way of collecting your SPM transcript is to get them from your school. Most students continue to go with this option because they get to reunite with their friends and teachers.
Generally, your SPM results will be released simultaneously at 10 am. However, a majority of the students arrive at the venue earlier to catch up with friends.
Even at this stage, we cannot stress enough that you must keep a physical copy of your results and make multiple copies for future use.
So now that your qualification is in your hand, what else do you need to do next?
5 Things to Do After Getting Your SPM Results
What To Do After SPM #1: List Down Your Post-SPM Pathway Options
Choosing a pathway after SPM is not as simple as shopping for groceries. Aside from your results, you will also need to consider multiple factors before you even begin to search for a future route.
- Can you afford it? And if so, how far can you go with it?
- Do you have the funds to complete a degree at a local or foreign private university?
To help you begin your self-discovery, you can ask yourself these questions:
- “What subjects am I good at?”
- “What field of study am I interested in?”
- “Do I want to study this for a degree or just a diploma?”
- “Do I want to study locally or abroad after SPM?”
Then, you can look into the available career options and prospects of those fields of study based on your preferences.
Once you have discussed this with your family, you can begin to look at your options as you explore your potential pathway after SPM.
What To Do After SPM #2: Choose The University That Suits You The Best
Once you have decided on your desired field of study and course, it is time to choose a university that suits you the best.
A quick and easy way to do this is through Uni Enrol’s Pathway Match, where you will receive a free report on eligible courses and scholarships instantly. This report will lay out your options based on the entry requirements, previous qualifications, and exam results.
In addition, you can also learn the total cost of your course. The expenses will include the PTPTN loan, scholarships and other exclusive savings that apply when you enrol with Uni Enrol.
What To Do After SPM #3: Consult an Education Counsellor
If you are still unsure of what to do or need help to guide you to the best pathway, speak to an education counsellor!
Education counsellors provide you with objective guidance. From choosing a course to applying for the course, visa and accommodation, these experienced staff will help you throughout your journey.
Their knowledge and experience will help you answer any questions you may have about higher education and future careers.
(Tip: You can contact Uni Enrol now to book your very own consultation session!)
What To Do After SPM #4: Prepare Your Documents
Once you have decided on your desired course and university, you will need to prepare your documents for the application process.
For this, you will need to prepare a few things, including
- A filled application form,
- Your SPM results slip,
- Registration fee payment receipt, and
- A copy of your identification card (IC).
You also can do all this online. Next, you need to settle the financial to-dos.
- Do you plan to apply for a PTPTN loan?
- Or maybe a scholarship?
To apply, you need to
- Create an SSPN-i account,
- Open a savings account at a panel bank,
- Buy a PTPTN number, and
- Fill in the PTPTN application online carefully!
For scholarships, your university will ask for evidence of your academic and non-academic achievements. Some scholarships also require you to show the financial status of your household, so be sure to check what documents they want you to submit.
- All You Need to Know About PTPTN
- Your Easy Guide to Applying for PTPTN Loan
- How to Make PTPTN Loan Work for You
What To Do After SPM #5: Apply for the Course
Finally, it is time to apply for your course to kickstart your dream educational pathway!
Choose the easy way. Apply through Uni Enrol.
The best part is, our services are absolutely free of charge.
Speak to us today! All the best!