Friday, March 17, 2017 at 8:04 AM with 6 comment(s)
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As you guys know and enunciate very well, yesterday mark the long-awaited day of 2016 spm candidates to be receiving their result. It happened a bit late( few days of being postponed) compared to previous year due to several reasons. Becomes a tradition, of course there are those who achieved strings of As, those who scored a so-so result and those who dont really passed the examinations. For sure, the day has been filled with the zest of excitement and a dreadfully sorrow feelings. I used to feel it- just the same way.
Speaking of which, i have a brother(read:adik) who sat for his SPM examination last year, too. Alhamdulillah, he passed for all the 9 subjects he sat for. Tell me, which sister is on cloud of nine other than me. None. I felt so glad that my boy did well for his big exam. Why i looked so jubilant even i just said that he passed, not stating how many As he did grab? Let me clarify this. To let you know, my brother has only enter secondary school the same year he sat for SPM, exactly 9 months before. He was actually a tahfiz student and just came back from Yemen(he didnt- cant proceed his studies there because there has been a great and serious war between the members of Shiite and Sunni's.) He supposed to study abroad for completely 4 years but only surviving there until the 6th month before the phenomenal situation coerced him and his fellows to get back to Malaysia. As a strong clarification, he has never been exposed to the school subjects and he doesnt even took PT3, increasing the problems he had to face. First, he doesnt own a fix and firm basic of the subjects and second, it was not a common and habitual things for my poor brother to accustom with the terms and the conditions and all of the provided formats.
The fact that time flies, he has to push himself to struggle hustily in order to catch up with the topics. If i were in his shoes, i will just surrender and bye. It is crazy, dude. In this case, I solemnly swear i am no good to be compared to him. He reluctants to just giving up on that, but continued to make it through. He believed that beautiful rainbow will soon appear when the heavy rain stop coming down. Albeit his circumstances cant really guarantee his bright future,he is determined to sit for it. Really proud of you boy.
Now, he can smile broadly and happily as his hardwork has paid off. Achieving a sole A- for Bahasa Malaysia and credit for the rest subjects, cant help, but feeling so grateful. It is beyond our expectation, to be honest. Despite of all the trials and tribulations, he shined bright. Alhamdulillah 'alaa kulli hal wan ni'mah.
Also, i would like to wish Happy Birthday to my crazy and pesky mate, Balqis who is turning 19 today. Much love to you. ≧﹏≦