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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Shell Malaysia Scholarships 2016 - Local & Overseas Undergraduate Scholarships

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Shell Malaysia Scholarship 2016
Shell Malaysia Scholarships
Closing Date: The Shell Malaysia Scholarship 2016 opens for application from Monday, 11th January 2016 to Wednesday, February 10th 2016.

Shell Malaysia Scholarship 2016

At Shell, we are always on the lookout for remarkable graduates that help us to pioneer new ways to meet the world’s demand for energy, to build and develop the capabilities of today’s talent that will ultimately contribute towards the development of this nation.

Since its inception, Shell Malaysia has sponsored more than 1500 deserving graduates to pursue their higher education in various fields of studies relevant to the Oil and Gas industry. It is a platform for students who are intending or currently pursuing their full-time undergraduate and postgraduate studies in universities recognised by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOHE), both locally and abroad.

Fields of Studies
We are looking to sponsor students intending or currently pursuing their higher education in the following fields of studies:

Engineering: Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Petroleum, Electrical & Electronics

Sciences: Geology, Geosciences, Geomatics, Geoinformatics, Biostratigraphy

Commercial: Human Resources, Finance & Accounting, Business & Management

We also encourage students with disability to submit in your application.

Shell Malaysia Overseas Undergraduate Scholarships

This is open to students who will be undertaking and or currently in a full time 1st Degree courses in the following fields, in any university in the United Kingdom, United States or Australia.

Eligibility
  • Strong leadership skills and active participation in extracurricular activities such as societies and clubs, sports, etc.
  • Not presently holding other scholarship/loans.
  • Disabled Identification Card certified by Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat (where applicable)
  • Consistently strong academic achievements as follows:
    • Minimum 3.0 CGPA or it’s equivalent at 1st Degree studies level.
    • Minimum 3.0 CGPA or it’s equivalent at Pre University Level  i.e. Diploma/STPM/IB, or 2As & 1B for A-Levels /Foundation.
Applications
Applications may be submitted based on the latest semester results (for Matriculation, Diploma, ‘A’ Levels, Foundation or semester 1 for 1st Degree students) or trial examination results (for STPM students).

Shell Malaysia reserves the right to verify the information provided. Shell Malaysia aims to reflect the diversity of the communities it works in and will award the scholarships on this basis.

Shell Malaysia Local Undergraduate Scholarships

This is open to students who will be undertaking and currently in a full time first degree courses at any Public Universities and JPA approved international universities based in Malaysia.

*Students with physical disabilities (Orang Kurang Upaya) are not restricted in their choice and may apply to do a degree in any discipline.

Eligibility
  • Strong leadership skills and active participation in extracurricular activities such as societies and clubs, sports, etc.
  • Not presently holding other scholarship/loans.
  • Disabled Identification Card certified by Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat (where applicable)
  • Consistently strong academic achievements as follows:
    • Minimum 3.0 CGPA or it’s equivalent at 1st Degree studies level
    • Minimum 3.0 CGPA or it’s equivalent at Pre University Level i.e. Diploma/STPM/IB, or 2As & 1B for A-Levels /Foundation.
Applications
Applications may be submitted based on the latest semester results (for Matriculation, Diploma, ‘A’ Levels, Foundation or semester 1 for 1st Degree students) or trial examination results (for STPM students).

Shell Malaysia reserves the right to verify the information provided. Shell Malaysia aims to reflect the diversity of the communities it works in and will award the scholarships on this basis.

How to Apply Shell Malaysia Scholarships?

Please read the Shell Malaysia Scholarship Candidate Guide to ensure a successful application.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO SHELL MALAYSIA SCHOLARSHIP HERE

Step 1 - Online application

- Create an account, or login via an existing account
- Apply and upload the latest version of your CV/résumé
- Before submitting your application you will be asked to complete an online questionnaire

Step 2 - Online assessment

If successful during the application stage, you will receive an e-mail notification with instructions on how to complete the online assessment. There are two parts to the online assessment.

* NOTE: Each part must be completed and submitted within 7 working days before the links within the e-mails you receive expire.

Part 1: A series of competency-based questions

These will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and will not be timed. Once completed, you’ll receive an email notification and this includes a link to begin Part 2 of the online assessment.

Part 2: Consists of two tasks: a decision-making and a problem-solving task: You will need to complete both tasks.

* NOTE: The decision-making task is not timed, but the problem-solving task does have a time limit. This assessment should take around 45 minutes to complete in total.

The decision-making task assesses how you respond to common situations that Shell graduates may face, and the problem-solving task assesses your capacity for solving numerical reasoning problems.

Step 3 - An interview

Once you have submitted Part 2 of the online assessment we will review the results before contacting you to discuss a potential interview.

The interview will be conducted via telephone. This is an opportunity for you to tell us more about your motivations for applying, your achievements, the challenges you've faced and how you've demonstrated the qualities we're looking for- What We Are Looking For.

Successfully passing your interview we will review for possible face-2-face Shell Scholarship Assessment.

Step 4 – Shell Scholarship Assessment

Following your success in the first-stage interview, you will be invited to attend a half day assessment  where you will complete a range of assessed exercises covering group discussion, written task, self-reflection interview, case study presentation and final interview.

More info about Biasiswa Shell Malaysia 2016: www.shell.com.my


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Sunday, January 24, 2016

What the South Australian Matriculation (SAM/SACE International) is all about

Guest post by Wong Xiu Wei (Share you opinions with 50,000+ Malaysian students)

SACE International South Australian Certificate of Education
SACE International | South Australian Certificate of Education International
As a student myself who has experienced the difficulty of choosing a good Pre-University course after SPM, I would like to share with you my two cents on this particular course that I have undertaken and completed just recently in 2014 at Taylor’s College, Subang Jaya.

If I were to put it into a more succinct sentence, I would describe South Australian Matriculation (SAM)/South Australian Certificate of Education International (SACEI) as a course that is more ‘all-rounded’. In SAM, education consists of many forms besides conventional exams and classroom lessons. Needless to say, that is one of the main reasons why I chose SAM and it is also why I rather enjoyed myself throughout the course.

As a breakdown of the course component weightage, SAM/SACEI comprises of 70% coursework and 30% final exam. Note that here ‘coursework’ is a broad term that includes laboratory practical tests, report write-ups, research/investigative projects and class tests. SAM/SACEI is administered by the South Australian Board of Education, and is taken by students from South Australia, Malaysia and China. After completing this course, you would obtain an ATAR score – which is a percentile rank and is not to be interpreted the same as a CGPA. For instance, an ATAR of 80 would mean that you performed better than 80% of your peers, putting you in the top 20% of your cohort.

SAM/SACEI is accepted in most tertiary institutions worldwide in countries such as the UK, US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and etc. However, I do recommend checking out the requirements for SAM/SACEI in your prospective university before commencing the course as some universities would require a higher ATAR score for admission. This is due to the fact that SAM/SACEI (as well as AUSMAT, for that matter) are one year courses and hence do not cover as much syllabus compared to A-levels. If you look at it from another perspective, SAM/SACEI would enable you to enter university one year earlier than if you took a longer Pre-University course. So in the end, the choice is up to you as to whether you think you could achieve the required ATAR and if it is really suitable for you as a student. As a rule of thumb, if you are keen to pursue very competitive courses such as Dentistry and Medicine particularly in the UK, you would make a wiser choice by choosing A-levels instead as it would be more favorable for the consideration of your application by the university.

As a SAM/SACEI student, I realized that a lot of people harbor misconceptions regarding the course as follows:

  1. Is SAM/SACEI only accepted in SOUTH Australia?
  2. SAM/SACEI is such a short course. Is it easier compared to other courses?

The answer to both of these questions is “No”. SAM/SACEI is accepted in the WHOLE of Australia. (Note: I have already written the list of countries that accept SAM/SACEI in bold above for your easy reference) And as for the latter, I would say that SAM/SACEI is not an easy-breezy course! A 70% in coursework indicates that you will have to be punctual in all your work/assignments and have good time management skills. In SAM/SACEI, you are graded in factors such as your ability to hold discussions with your peers, your oral abilities, investigative abilities, motor skills, learning skills and so on instead of just letting a grade on a paper denote your standing as a student. If you want to do well in SAM/SACEI, you would have to put in hard work and effort, especially if you took a pure-science combination (I took Physics, Biology, Chemistry, English as Second Language and Mathematical Studies). However, I hope what I have just said in front does not intimidate you as hard work is required for all courses apart from SAM/SACEI if you want to excel. Nothing ever comes easy in this world, no?

Another popular question would be: Is it very hard to achieve a high ATAR? My answer to that would be no IF you are a good student in the sense that you try your best for your assignments, hand up work on time and do some studying for your exams. As a very rough gauge, if you get a mixture of As and Bs in your coursework and do not do badly for your final exam, you will have no problem getting an ATAR above 90. The average grade in my class for an assignment/test is usually about an A grade to a B grade. Moderation is done in SAM/SACEI by the South Australian Board of Education, whereby each lecturer would have to submit a few of their students’ paper from every grade (A+/A/A-/B+/B and so on) in order to be reviewed to avoid cases such as favoritism and different standards. In that sense, you should have no worries regarding the marking system as it is done fairly.

Prior to commencing the course, I have come across an article titled “An Insight into the South Australian Matriculation” which is also featured on this website. The author has contributed a lengthy article that is well-written. This author has written a less favorable review regarding this course. Since my article is to the more favorable side, I thought I would share this here in order for you to get a more two-sided view for your own judgment as every person is entitled to their own opinion. However, there are some points stated by the author that I wish to clarify:
“Moderation is done in SAM. It works like to keep a consistency in the program. Let’s say you did badly for most of your tests but suddenly started to get better scores in the tests which cannot happen for SAM as consistency is maintained, so they will downgrade your mark.”
The above text is quoted from the aforementioned article. The ATAR for SAM/SACEI are calculated using 4 of your best subjects and ½ of your worst subject (a total of five subjects are taken). As every assignment/test/project counts towards your final grade, a bad grade for one assignment would naturally make the average lower. For instance, if you get mostly A’s for all assignments in a particular subject but have a few C’s it would automatically downgrade your average mark. This is a very common aspect of grade-calculation and does not represent the purpose of moderation.

In short, I have learned a lot through SAM/SACEI as a student. Not only did I learn about the importance of discipline and time-management, I have also learnt the value of learning together with friends, having the bravery to ask questions and discover new frontiers and going out of my comfort zone. In all honesty, I think that SAM/SACEI is a good course and would benefit students everywhere as it helps you grow as a person apart from knowledge from books. My teachers are also very passionate about their subject and they are always very helpful. One could always arrange consultation with teachers to ask any questions or to do any further revision. As I quote from my Physics teacher: “Teachers in SAM/SACEI choose to teach the course because they believe in the program”.

I hope this article has helped you consider your next step in life, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me! I’m friendly!

Xiu Wei is a girl who likes jokes, travelling, food and alpacas. She is currently selling secondhand SAM books and looking forward to her next phase in life. And yes, she still believes in being a dreamer. Comment below or contact her at [email protected]gmail.com if you have any questions!


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Friday, January 15, 2016

Revision Notes for CIE AS & A Level Subjects (New 2016 Syllabus)

Complete Revision Notes for Cambridge International AS and A Level Subjects

Guest post by Daniel Lim (Share your exam notes with 50,000+ Malaysian students)

Cambridge International AS and A Level Exam Notes
AS & A Level Exam Notes
Notes:
  1. Complete notes for AS Chemistry, AS Physics and AS Biology based on the 2016 syllabus are available now!

  2. Notes for A2 Chemistry, A2 Physics and A2 Biology based on the 2016 syllabus will be available here in June 2016. They will not be available anytime before June 2016, due to the fact that I am busy with written examinations, practical examinations, assignments and oral presentations in university. Sorry about that.

  3. Starting from year 2016 onwards, there are major changes to the syllabus. The new syllabus introduces several new topics and removes many existing topics. Therefore, if your are studying the 2016 syllabus, the notes for A2 Chemistry, A2 Physics and A2 Biology based on the 2015 syllabus will not be sufficient for you, although you can still use them for some topics that remain unchanged. The 2016 syllabus which you can obtain from the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) website shows all the changes from the 2015 syllabus.
If you are looking for complete Cambridge International AS and A Level revision notes, you have come to the right place. Here are all the notes that I use when doing revision for examinations. I do not use any other notes. I got 4A for my AS Level in October 2013 and 4A* for my A Level in May 2014. These notes are almost entirely complete and correct, but there is no 100% guarantee. Please share the notes with your friends.

AS Chemistry Notes (2014 & 2015 Syllabus): download link

AS Chemistry Notes (2016, 2017 & 2018 Syllabus): download link

AS Physics Notes (2014 & 2015 Syllabus): download link

AS Physics Notes (2016, 2017 & 2018 Syllabus): download link

AS Biology Notes (2014 & 2015 Syllabus): download link

AS Biology Notes (2016, 2017 & 2018 Syllabus): download link

A2 Chemistry Notes (2014 & 2015 Syllabus): download link

A2 Chemistry Notes (2016, 2017 & 2018 Syllabus): Not currently available
Meanwhile, I recommend using this reference book: Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry, by Peter Cann and Peter Hughes (Hachette UK)

A2 Physics Notes (2014 & 2015 Syllabus): download link

A2 Physics Notes (2016, 2017 & 2018 Syllabus): Not currently available
Meanwhile, I recommend using this reference book: Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics Coursebook, by David Sang, Graham Jones, Gurinder Chadha, Richard Woodside, Will Stark and Aidan Gill (Cambridge University Press)

A2 Biology Notes (2014 & 2015 Syllabus): download link

A2 Biology Notes (2016, 2017 & 2018 Syllabus): Not currently available
Meanwhile, I recommend using this reference book: Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology, by C. J. Clegg (Hachette UK)

Notes for any other subjects are not available.

To download the notes, please open the links above, then click Download. It is recommended that you use fast and stable internet connection when downloading because the files are quite large (between 30MB and 80MB). The downloaded file is in .zip format.

To open the .zip file, you need to use WinRAR or 7-Zip for Windows; iZip for iOS; ZArchiver for Android. The .zip file contains all the notes for the subject. The notes may be in .pdf, .doc, .ppt or .pptx format. To open the .pdf file, you need to use Adobe Reader. To open the .doc file, you need to use Microsoft Word. To open the .ppt or .pptx file, you need to use Microsoft PowerPoint.

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Sunday, January 10, 2016

STPM 2016 Dates & MUET 2016 Calendar (Kalendar Tarikh Peperiksaan STPM & MUET)

STPM 2016 Exam Calendar (Kalendar Peperiksaan STPM 2016)

Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) 2016
Penggal 1 (2015) Ujian Bertulis: 17, 19, 23 & 24 November 2015
Penggal 2 (2016) Ujian Bertulis: 18, 19, 23 & 24 May 2016
Penggal 3 (2016) Ujian Lisan: 4, 5, 6, 10, 11 & 12 October 2016
Penggal 3 (2016) Ujian Bertulis: 7, 8, 9, 10 & 14 November 2016
Kalendar Peperiksaan STPM 2016 Exam Calendar
Kalendar Peperiksaan STPM 2016 Exam Calendar

MUET 2016 Exam Dates (Tarikh Peperiksaan MUET 2016)

Malaysian University English Test (MUET) 2016
March Session
Speaking Test: 23, 24, 25, 29 February 2016, 1 and 2 March 2016
Reading, Listening & Writing Tests: 12 March 2016

July Session
Speaking Test: 18, 19, 20, 21, 25 and 26 June 2016
Reading, Listening & Writing Tests: 30 July 2016

November Session
Speaking Test: 11, 12, 13, 17, 18 and 19 October 2016
Reading, Listening & Writing Tests: 5 November 2016

Recommended Reading: Free MUET Tips & Essential MUET Guide.
MUET 2016 Calendar / MUET 2016 Test Dates
MUET 2016 Calendar / MUET 2016 Test Dates


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Thursday, January 07, 2016

ABRSM, DELF, UoL, ABE, ICSA, AIA, ACCA 2016 Exam Dates

External and Professional Exams Dates (Takwim Peperiksaan Luar Negeri, Professional zdan Bahasa Antarabangsa 2016)

The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
14 March 2016 : Teori (A)
March - April 2016 : Amali (1) dan Diploma (1)
13 August 2016 : Teori (B)
June - August 2016 : Amali (2) dan Diploma (2)

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
7 - 11 March 2016
6 - 10 June 2016
5 - 9 September 2016
5 - 9 December 2016

University of London (UoL)
2 May - 10 June 2016
25 September - 19 October 2016
17 - 21 October 2016 (Ulangan)

Note: Dates are subjected to changes (Tarikh-tarikh yang dinyatakan adalah tertakluk kepada pindaan)

The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA)
7 - 10 June 2016
6 - 9 December 2016

The Association of Business Executives (ABE)
6 - 10 June 2016
5 - 9 December 2016

Note: Dates are subjected to changes (Tarikh-tarikh yang dinyatakan adalah tertakluk kepada pindaan)

The Association of International Accountants (AIA)
23 - 26 May 2016
21 - 24 November 2016

Peperiksaan Bahasa Jepun dan Bahasa Jerman
26 July 2016

Peperiksaan Bahasa Perancis – Diplôme d’Études en Langue Française (DELF)
Peperiksaan Bertulis: 16 August 2016
Peperiksaan Lisan: 17 - 30 August 2016

Peperiksaan Sijil Vokasional Malaysia (SVM)
Peperiksaan Bahasa Melayu KV Sesi 1 Sem 4
Ujian Lisan Kolej Vokasional (ULKV) (BMA01403): 18 - 22 April 2016
Ujian Bertulis (BMA01401 dan A01402): 25 April 2016

Peperiksaan Bahasa Melayu KV Sesi 2 Sem 4
Ujian Lisan Kolej Vokasional (ULKV) (A01401): 31 October - 4 November 2016
Ujian Bertulis (BMA01401 dan A01402): 7 November 2016

Pentaksiran Sesi 1
Semester 1 Ujian Amali: 9 - 20 May 2016
Semester 1 Ujian Bertulis: 23 - 27 May 2016
Semester 3 Ujian Amali: 25 April - 6 May 2016
Semester 3 Ujian Bertulis: 9 - 13 May 2016
Semester 4 Ujian Amali: 25 - 29 April 2016
Semester 4 Ujian Bertulis: 2 - 13 May 2016

Pentaksiran Sesi2
Semester 2 Ujian Amali: 17 - 21 October 2016
Semester 2 Ujian Bertulis: 24 October - 4 November 2016
Semester 4 Ujian Amali: 7 - 11 November 2016
Semester 4 Ujian Bertulis: 14 - 25 November 2016


Source: Takwim Peperiksaan, Lembaga Peperiksaan, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (Examinations Syndicate, Ministry of Education Malaysia)
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Monday, January 04, 2016

Malaysia School Holiday 2016 Calendar (Kalendar Cuti Sekolah 2016)

Malaysia School Holidays 2016 Dates (Tarikh Hari Cuti Sekolah Malaysia 2016)

Related 2016 Calendars:

Schools in Perlis, Pulau Pinang, Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Pahang, Sabah, Sarawak, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya

Term 1 School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Pertengahan Penggal 1):
12 March - 20 March

Midyear School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Pertengahan Tahun):
28 May - 12 June

Term 2 School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Pertengahan Penggal 2):
10 September - 18 September

Year End School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Akhir Tahun):
26 November - 1 January 2017

Kalendar Cuti Sekolah 2016 School Holidays Calendar
Cuti Penggal Persekolahan Tahun 2016 (Sekolah Kumpulan B)

Schools in Kedah, Johor, Kelantan and Terengganu

Term 1 School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Pertengahan Penggal 1):
11 March - 19 March

Midyear School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Pertengahan Tahun):
27 May - 11 June

Term 2 School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Pertengahan Penggal 2):
9 September - 17 September

Year End School Holidays 2016 (Cuti Akhir Tahun):
25 November - 31 December

School Holidays Calendar 2016 Kalendar Cuti Sekolah
Cuti Penggal Persekolahan Tahun 2016 (Sekolah Kumpulan A)

Source: Ministry of Education Malaysia


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Saturday, January 02, 2016

Malaysia Public Holidays 2016 Calendar (Kalendar Cuti Umum Hari Kelepasan Am Malaysia 2016)

Source: Jadual Hari Kelepasan Am Persekutuan & Negeri 2016, Bahagian Kabinet, Perlembagaan Dan Perhubungan Antara Kerajaan, Jabatan Perdana Menteri

Malaysia Public Holidays 2016 (Tarikh Hari Cuti Umum Malaysia 2016)

Related 2016 Calendars: Malaysia Public Holidays Calendar 2016 Kalendar Cuti Umum Malaysia

Malaysia Public / National / Federal Holidays 2016 Calendar (Kalendar Jadual Hari Cuti Kelepasan Am Persekutuan Malaysia)

  1.         February 8 (Monday): Chinese New Year (Tahun Baru Cina)
  2.         February 9 (Tuesday): Chinese New Year Second Day (Tahun Baru Cina Hari Kedua)
  3.         May 1 (Sunday): Labour Day (Hari Pekerja)
  4.         May 21 (Saturday): Vesak Day (Hari Wesak)
  5.         June 4 (Saturday): Agong's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong)
  6.         * July 6 (Wednesday): Hari Raya Puasa
  7.         * July 7 (Thursday) Hari Raya Puasa (Hari Kedua)
  8.         August 31 (Wednesday): National Day (Hari Kebangsaan)
  9.         * September 12 (Monday): Cuti Hari Raya Haji / Qurban
  10.         September 16 (Friday): Malaysia Day (Hari Malaysia)
  11.         October 2 (Sunday): Awal Muharam (Maal Hijrah)
  12.         * October 29 (Saturday): Deepavali (Hari Deepavali)
  13.         December 12 (Monday): Prophet Muhammad's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Nabi Muhammad S.A.W. / Maulidur Rasul)
  14.         December 25 (Sunday): Christmas (Hari Krismas)

State Holidays 2016 (Jadual Hari Cuti Kelepasan Am Negeri)

  1.         January 1 (Friday): New Year 2016 (Tahun Baru 2016)
  2.         January 14 (Thursday): Yang di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Yang di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan)
  3.         January 17 (Sunday): Sultan of Kedah's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Kedah)
  4.         January 24 (Sunday): Hari Thaipusam
  5.         February 1 (Monday): Federal Territory Day (Hari Wilayah Persekutuan)
  6.         March 4 (Friday): Anniversary of Installation of Sultan of Terengganu (Hari Ulang Tahun Pertabalan Sultan Terengganu)
  7.         March 23 (Wednesday): Sultan of Johor's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Johor)
  8.         March 25 (Friday): Good Friday
  9.         April 15 (Friday): Declaration of Malacca as a Historical City (Hari Perisytiharan Melaka Sebagai Bandaraya Bersejarah)
  10.         April 26 (Tuesday): Sultan of Terengganu's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Terengganu)
  11.         May 5 (Thursday): Israk dan Mikraj
  12.         May 7 (Saturday): Hari Hol Pahang
  13.         May 17 (Tuesday): Raja Perlis' Birthday (Hari Ulang Tahun Keputeraan Raja Perlis)
  14.         May 30 (Monday): Harvest Festival (Pesta Kaamatan / Pesta Menuai)
  15.         May 31 (Tuesday): Harvest Festival (Pesta Kaamatan / Pesta Menuai)
  16.         June 1 (Wednesday): Perayaan Hari Gawai Dayak
  17.         June 2 (Thursday): Perayaan Hari Gawai Dayak
  18.         * June 6 (Monday): Awal Ramadan
  19.         June 22 (Wednesday): Hari Nuzul Al-Quran
  20.         July 7 (Thursday): Georgetown World Heritage City Day (Hari Ulang Tahun Perisytiharan Tapak Warisan Dunia)
  21.         July 9 (Saturday): Penang Governor's Birthday (Hari Jadi Yang di-Pertua Negeri Pulau Pinang)
  22.         September 10 (Saturday): Sarawak Governor's Birthday (Hari Jadi Yang di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak)
  23.         * September 13 (Tuesday): Cuti Hari Raya Haji / Qurban Hari Kedua
  24.         October 1 (Saturday): Sabah Governor's Birthday (Hari Jadi Yang di-Pertua Negeri Sabah)
  25.         October 14 (Friday): Malacca Governor's Birthday (Hari Jadi Yang di-Pertua Negeri Melaka)
  26.         October 24 (Monday): Sultan of Pahang's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Pahang)
  27.         November 6 (Sunday): Hari Hol Almarhum Sultan Iskandar
  28.         November 11 (Friday): Sultan of Kelantan's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Kelantan)
  29.         November 12 (Saturday): Sultan of Kelantan's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Kelantan)
  30.         November 27 (Sunday): Sultan of Perak's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Perak)
  31.         December 11 (Sunday): Sultan of Selangor's Birthday (Hari Keputeraan Sultan Selangor)
Note: * Subject to change (tertakluk kepada perubahan).

Kalendar Jadual Hari Kelepasan Am Malaysia 2016 Persekutuan & Negeri



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Friday, January 01, 2016

Tarikh Peperiksaan UPSR, PT3, STAM, SPM 2016 Exam Date

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Malaysia Major Public Exam Dates (Tarikh Peperiksaan Awam Malaysia 2016)

Related 2016 Calendars:

Tarikh Peperiksaan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (Ulangan) SPMU 2016 Date

Bertulis: 13 - 16 June 2016
Tarikh Pengumuman Keputusan SPMU 2016 Result Release Date: 18 August 2016

Tarikh Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah UPSR 2016 Date

Bertulis: 05 - 08 September 2016
Tarikh Pengumuman Keputusan UPSR 2016 Result Release Date: 17 November 2016

Tarikh Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3 PT3 2016 Date

Ujian Bertulis: 11 - 13 October 2016
Ujian Lisan Bertutur: 01 - 30 August 2016
Ujian Lisan Mendengar: 09 August 2016 (BM), 10 August 2016 (BI)
Ujian Lisan Tilawah & Hafazan: 21 - 26 August 2016
Tarikh Pengumuman Keputusan Result Release Date: 19 December 2016

Tarikh Peperiksaan Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia STAM 2016 Date

Lisan: 25 - 28 July 2016, 01 - 04 August 2016
Bertulis: 17 - 19 October 2016, 25 - 26 October 2016
Tarikh Pengumuman Keputusan STAM 2015 Result Release Date: 21 January 2016

Tarikh Peperiksaan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia SPM 2016 Date

Bertulis: 07 November - 06 December 2016
Jadual Waktu Peperiksaan SPM 2016 Exam Calendar
Tarikh Pengumuman Keputusan SPM 2015 Result Release Date: 3 March 2016

Source: Takwim Peperiksaan, Lembaga Peperiksaan, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (Examinations Syndicate, Ministry of Education Malaysia)
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