Sunday, 4 March 2012

Two Schools, Two Exams

First exam of the year! It's called the PKSR (Penilaian Kendalian Sekolah Rendah) or Primary School Evaluation Test. Some students, not to mention their parents too will be having sleepless nights over this. Raimie?
 
Apart from the weekend revision with Mommy; he's happily stress-free about it. Mommy isn't too fussed about it either. That's what you get if the Mommy is rather "lazy" and had never been the studious type.

Raimie goes to two school. The Sekolah Kebangsaan or the National Primary school in the morning and then he goes to Sekolah Rendah Agama (Islamic Primary School) in the evening and then... continued with his Al-Quran reading & learning after the SRA.

Two schools means two sets of exams. For the national primary school - Raimie has English, Malay, Maths, Science, Arabic, Islamic Studies, Music and Art.

For Islamic school - there are nine subjects he needs to deal with : Tajwid, Tauhid, Sirah, Feqah, Arabic, Al-Quran, Akhlak, Jawi and Khat. Phew!

Anyway, I hope he can do his best. He might not slog over books studying for the exam, but then it's not as if he didn't do any studying either.

Raimie wants a handphone and we told him that he has to get and maintain the #1 spot in class before we even talk about getting him that handphone. That means a whole year of studying and doing well before we discuss about his reward. Think he'll be able to do it? ^^

24 comments:

  1. wow!! studying in two schools?? it's worse than working and studying part time huh??

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    1. OK lah... since Sekolah Kebangsaan isn't like the SKJC. So study load not that bad. ;p

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  2. so meaning his whole day will be finishing at two schools, and get back home at night he can only have time for homework and revisions.. @_@

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    1. Homework is usually done by 7.00pm. He comes back from his Al-Quran class then starts doing his homework. He needs to finish them at his Grandad's house before we return to our home. ^^

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  3. actually i studied whole day in primary school too.. not that i studied two schools, but the same one but the program is one whole day..

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  4. so he is studying for 20 subjects nearly!! OMG, how can he manage and cope with it??

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  5. i studied in independent high school last time.. and need to sit for both SRP and another independent high school exam at the same time.. that was tough even both exams are not together.. now that raimie has to study for so many subjects and the PKSR are both on the same dates??!! fuyoh, salute~~

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    1. It was tough for you because you were a good student!

      I would've just play all through the exam period! LOL

      What to do? For Raimie (and for us), both schools are equally important.

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  6. the mommy who never studied last time, has all the studies "karma" to her son, hahahahaha~~

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  7. so is he requesting for an iPhone?? huhuhuhu, so you are also getting one for yourself?? go get one lah, so you can spam comments in my blog even when you are running~~

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    1. Eih! Don't go about suggesting iPhone to him!

      Better don't get iPhone for me too. Otherwise sure eyes cannot stray away from the phone! @.@

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  8. wah, today i'm so good boy leave so many comments!! and at this hour, 1:33am!! maybe i have more things to say at wee hours?? haha~~

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    1. 1.33am still up and studying ah? So good boy!

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  9. Good luck, Raimie! Not that you need it, being a very clever young man, but your Tokyo obachan will keep her fingers crossed nonetheless. You go get 'em! ^^

    PS: I think he'll have that phone by the time you come thisaway again. :)

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    1. We've been strangely resistant about getting him a handphone, actually. ;)

      By the time we reach Japan again, I bet he'll feel so impoverished if he doesn't own one yet!

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  10. Aiyaaa, of course he'll be able to do it la :D Good luck buddy, make sure you get first and make mommy buy the most canggih handphone out there ... LOL!

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    1. Most canggih phone? Habislah. Even his Mommy own an old Nokia phone tau! xD

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  11. Of course Raimie will get his phone!

    Lina, I don't see History and Geography in the mainstream syllabus. Have they done away with them for Primary school?

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    1. Ooppps! There is Kajian Tempatan too. Missed that one out. But no, no history or geography. :)

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  12. that's one good reward..hope he gets it

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  13. I'm already tensed up when received my girl's exam schedule.... dunno how to cope if she needed to sit for 20 over papers *fainted*

    Glad Raimie is doing well. Aunty Yvonne give you support here, must strike for #1 and get an IPhone back, end of this year~ Gambateh!!

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    1. Thanks Auntie Yvonne for the support. And good luck Big Chii on her exams. Both must be studying very hard. :)

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