Last night we were talking about it, and expected the results to come out today.
But this morning, I totally forgot about it, until DH sms-ed me during lunch time, telling me her mum called him, asking for Nukman’s (aka Mae) results, and obviously his answer was “Don’t know”, which surprised her!
I then called home, asked Mae about the results, and again his reply was “I don’t know”. I told him to call his school (in Seremban which is slightly over 1 hour’s drive from home), and he sheepishly said he didn’t know the number.
I was telling my office-mates about this, and I was kind of not in a hurry to call the school. S was nice enough to search for the school’s website, and got the number for me. I obligedly called the school, to be told that Mae got 8As. I managed to ask the guy who answered my call how many students got 8As, but he told me that they were still counting and not sure then.
After 4 previous kids (who got 8As, 7As, 7As, 8As), I have to admit that Mae’s results were not surprising at all. In fact, I told S earlier that I was expecting 8As, but was willing to accept it if he only got 7As (giving allowance to some glitch), hahaha!! Furthermore, PMR results are not as important as SPM results. As long as he can get to go into science stream and remain in his school, I am indeed happy.
Anyway, for the record, WELL DONE, MAE!!
On a slightly different note, I called Cikgu R***ki of my alma-mater, and was told that 112 students (or 77%) of the school candidates got 8As, as compared to 83% last year! I still think the school did very well .
Here’s the extract from Bernama news on PMR results:
If you look at the number of students who got 8As from Kelantan, 112 actually come from my alma-mater .
On the second last line, Mae’s school (SDAR) is mentioned too .
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