Thabbit Qulubana 'ala Diinik
Alhamdulillah, all three of my siblings did well in their SPM.
Aishah (18 years old) got 10 As and 1 B, her Advanced Arabic a little terkantoi. But knowing Aishah, that's old news....heh.
My two brothers, who skipped formal secondary school so that they can become a haafidz, also sit for the same exam. however, they just had a year to prepare for five year's materials.
Amir(20 years old) , who only had 1 year of formal educational background at Sekolah Agama Kepala Batas managed to get himself 8 As... AND suprisingly, he was the school's SPM top student. He even got 1A for Science!
Ammar, who only had 1 day of formal educational background at Sekolah Menengah Guar Perahu and the rest is self-study sessions at home, amazed us too with 4 As.
So, my conclusion is : Once your heart is cleared, your mind can absorb anything gazillion times faster than normal people. Apa-apa pun, semuanya rezeki dari Allah, ye dak..?
And here's something interesting. It's just a person's thought, so it may be true or it may be not. Orang jawa kata, 'It's the thought that counts'. (relevent kah?)
Haiihh, apa-apa aje la....
Pelajar Paling Cemerlang SPM 2006, Siti Fatimah Mukhtar yang mendapat 17 1A dan 1 2A tidak di iktiraf Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia sebagai Pelajar Terbaik SPM 2006. KP tidak mahu mengakui bahawa Siti Fatimah telah memecahkan rekod Nur Amalina yang dibuat pada SPM tahun 2004. Nur Amalina hanya mendapat 17 1A sahaja, tetapi telah dijulang melambung
dengan pelbagai anugerah termasuk Tokoh Maal Hijrah.
Siti Fatimah Mukhtar TIDAK di iktiraf sebagai Pelajar Terbaik SPM 2006 kerana didapati dia adalah seorang penjenayah. Jenayah-jenayah yang dilakukan oleh Siti Fatimah ialah:
1.) Pelajar Sekolah Agama Yayasan Islam Kelantan.
2.) Anak ahli Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS).
3.) Berasal dari Negeri Islam Kelantan.
4.) Bukan ahli Puteri UMNO Baru.
5.) Bukan ahli agama sesat Islam Hadhari
Kelantan claims its girl is the best
15 Mar 2007
KOTA BARU: The Kelantan government has declared a student from the state as the country’s top Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia student.
State Information and Education Committee chairman, Nik Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah, praised religious school student Siti Fatimah Mukhtar, who scored 17 1As and a 2A for her achievement and said she should have been recognised as the top student.
Siti Fatimah, from Ma’ahad Muhammadi Perempuan here, scored 1As in Bahasa Melayu, English, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English for Science and Technology, Commerce, Geography, History, Pendidikan Al-Quran dan
As-sunnah, Pendidikan Syariah Islam, Tasawwur Islam, Accounting and Basic Economics. Her sole A2 was in Advanced Arabic.
"As the Education Ministry has not named the top student, then we will take this opportunity to name Siti Fatimah as the best SPM student in the country," Nik Mohd Amar said when announcing the SPM results for the 20 state religious schools (SAN) and 25 People’s
Religious Schools (SAR) that are run by the Kelantan Islamic Foundation (YIK).
Ma’ahad Muhammadi Perempuan, an all girls’ school here, is a state religious school.
Nik Mohd Amar also announced that the state government had offered Siti Fatimah a scholarship worth more than RM150,000 a year to continue her studies in the Middle
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posted by Hana' at 3/19/2007 11:46:00 AM |