Exit review anxiety in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic for Malaysian university graduates .

More than 400,000 school leavers face the grim prospect of being unprepared for an already twice-delayed test that Malaysians believe could make or break their future, with half of the 2020 academic year in Malaysia massively disrupted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Similar to the O-level exam in Singapore, Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) is still scheduled to start on Feb 22, having been postponed from November last year to January for the first time.

The persistent surge of Covid-19 cases — reaching a record 4,029 new daily infections— forced the Ministry of Education to restrict the reopening of physical classes to last year’s SPM applicants, as well as students sitting for the Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia pre-university and vocational school-leaving examinations.

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