Keputusan PMR 2005

Tahniah kami ucapkan kepada 6 orang pelajar tingkatan tiga Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tun Perak kerana berjaya mendapat semua A dalam 9 mata pelajaran yang diambil. Subjek-subjek tersebut termasuk, Bahasa Melayu; Bahasa Inggeris; Bahasa Arab Komunikasi; Matematik, Sains, Geografi; Sejarah; Kemahiran Hidup; dan Pendidikan Islam. Walaupun ada pihak yang bergembira dan berduka, namun perkara yang paling penting adalah kesungguhan semua pihak terutamanya tenaga pengajar yang begitu dedikasi dan bertungkus-lumus memastikan kejayaan anak-anak buah mereka. Teruskan usaha bagi pelajar-pelajar yang telah berjaya dan jangan sekali-kali kecewa bagi pelajar-pelajar yang kurang berjaya. Enam orang pelajar cemerlang pada tahun ini adalah:

  • Mohd Jaafar Sadiq bin Abdullah,
  • Mohd Naqiuddin bin Ismail,
  • Ku Amirul bin Ku Yin,
  • Ahmad Muslim,
  • Siti Zubaidah, dan
  • Siti Sarah bt Yasmin.

Mohd Jaafar Sadiq bin Abdullah

Mohd Naqiuddin bin Ismail

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Ahmad Muslim

Siti Zubaidah

Walau bagaimanapun, kami mengalu-alukan kerjasama anda dengan menghantar gambar pelajar-pelajar tersebut kepada kami melalui e-mel, Anda juga boleh berkongsi pengalaman anda dengan kami. Tahniah sekali lagi dan terima kasih kepada saudara Khairul Anuar bin Abu Kasim (Ketua Pelajar SMKTP 2005) atas maklumat yang telah diberikan.

She's back!!!!!!!!!!!!

Who?? Teacher Daslina is back on TV. She's on Sempurnakan harimu (TV3). But this time, she won. She won approximately RM 12 750.00

Here are some screenshot that I can give you all....

Senyap!! Peperiksaan Sedang Dijalankan

We saw this sign everyday during our exam..

This is our examination hall looks like. This was where we spent our holiday this year..

Last day of SPM 2005 Exam

Before the last paper, EST paper 2

After the last paper, EST paper 2. Anything different???

Sibuk je la wak(mustaqeem) ni. Kacau daun je.....

Yusri lets others to write anything they want on his shirt. Actually not his shirt.

That's why, no worry in his face. Don't angry with me ok.


Sebuah novel bersiri bertajuk Cinta Poligon akan disiarkan di blog saya beralamat tidak lama lagi. Novel ini merupakan sebuah karya yang pertama ditulis oleh saya. Oleh itu, saya berharap semua pelawat blogspot dapat mengikuti novel bersiri ini. Antara watak-watak yang terdapat dalam novel Cinta Poligon ialah:

  • Marzuki Kamal
  • Akmal Zainal
  • Alice Wong
  • Brenda Song
  • Ashley Tisdale
  • Sobry Y
  • Ashley Olsen

Novel ini mengisahkan suka duka dalam kehidupan Marzuki dalam menempuh cabaran-cabaran dalam hidupnya. Saya menamakan novel ini Cinta Poligon kerana dalam novel ini, Marzuki sangat mencintai Ashley Olsen. Brenda Song dan seorang rakannya pula mencintai Marzuki. Kemunculan Ashley Tisdale menyebabkan Marzuki melupakan Ashley Olsen dan jatuh cinta terhadap Ashley Tisdale. Itulah sedikit cebisan mengenai novel ini. Saya akan menyiarkan siri pertama Cinta Poligon secepat mungkin. Terima kasih.

How Different Are Men from Women

Are they that different?

Apart from the physical attributes, there are some other differences between men and women. Here are some trivial differences which we seldom read about.

One difference is that more men do not wash their hands after going to the bathroom compared to women. Men reason that their hands look clean and therefore there is no necessity to wash them. Such unclean hands can lead to unwanted mishaps especially if a person eats or handles food right after going to the toilet. The Food and Drink Federation carried out a research to find out the presence of germs in unwashed hands. People were asked to make an impression of their unwashed hands on a special jelly. When the imprint was tested, it was found not only was there bacteria there but they actually grew in those unwashed hands. I bet you will notice the gender of the person you buy food from in the near future.

Who do you think is more likely to be more struck by lightning? Data shows that men are more likely to be killed by lightning than women are. A report shows that 86% of those killed by lightning are men. The unfortunate ones were playing golf, or working outdoors, or were under trees, or in boats during an electrical storm. Men are exposed and therefore are more likely to be killed by lightning because they spend more time outdoors compared to women.

Women can smell better than men. Did you know that? Women are more sensitive to many different odours. Studies conducted on the smelling ability of men and women indicate that smells activate a larger part of the brain cells in women that in men. According to psychologist, women can identify even the slightest smell.

Who do you think hiccups more often, men or women? It is proven that men get hiccups more often than women do. How do hiccups start? They start when there is too little carbon dioxide in the bloodstream or when the person eats too fast. Hiccups are kind of a reminder that actually helps control breathing. People say that drinking ice water, swallowing three times without inhaling in between; pulling the forefingers, dropping a bunch of cold keys on one’s back, getting fright or standing on the head can actually stop the hiccups. So, knowing this difference between men and women, you can guess who are likely to be seen standing on their heads.

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Studying English



IELTS is an assessment that tests the skills of candidates that will be used when they apply to study or train in special areas where the medium of instruction is English. It is widely accepted in most Canadian, British, Australian, and New Zealand institutions. IELTS is usually a pre-requisite of entry into institutions and work placements situated within the countries listed above.


TOEFL is a test to measure the English language proficiency of nonnative speakers of English specifically going to the US. It is widely accepted by most North American colleges, universities and institutions. Exams are conducted worldwide and are usually computer-based.


TOEIC assesses nonnative speakers of English in a working environment. It is accepted by most multinational corporations as an English language standard for job seekers. TOEIC is currently the world's leading test for English proficiency in terms of the commercial world.


ELS Language Centres are well known for their English training courses catering to all types of people ranging from children to working adults. Established in 1990, ELS Malaysia has 6 centres situated around Malaysia. There are around 100 ELS centres in the world, some having more than 40 years of experience in language training. ELS Malaysia develops its students' confidence by improving their English language proficiency and helps teach English to the world.



Bahasa Malaysia (Malay) is the national language and it is understood by most of the population, but each ethnic group has its own language or dialect. Due to the colonial past, English is still widely used, especially in commerce.


Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and is situated in the Klang Valley, together with other major towns like Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and Klang. These towns are well connected by highways and rail.

Other major cities in the north are Penang, and Ipoh whereas Johor Bahru, the "Southern Gate" is very near to Singapore. All major towns have airports and well constructed highways.

East Malaysia comprises of two states, that is Sarawak and Sabah. Major towns in Sarawak are Kuching, which is the capital, Miri, near Brunei and Sibu. The major towns in Sabah are Kota Kinabalu (capital), Sandakan, and Tawau. All the mentioned towns have airports. Road transport however, is not as fully developed compared to Peninsula Malaysia.


There are no distinct seasons, and temperatures vary little the year round. The daytime temperature ranges between 32°-35° C (90°-98°F). At night the temperature drops to between 21° and 23° C. The humidity is high all year round. The average annual rainfall varies from 2,000 to 2,500 mm (80-100 ins.)

November to February is the rainy season for the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, the north-eastern part of Sabah and the western part of Sarawak. During the months of April, May and October, the west coast of the peninsular experiences occasional thunderstorms in the afternoons. Showers are heavy but they clear up as quickly as they come.


All major towns and cities have scheduled bus services. Bus fares are inexpensive - about RM1 (around US$0.30) per inner-city trip. Taxis are also available, but beware, they will not always use the meter or may ask for a surcharge at peak times. Check before getting in. Long distance buses connect most of the cities and large towns. Almost all state capitals have an airport, so flying around the country is quite easy.

The Light Rail Transit (LRT) is the latest addition and is fast gaining popularity. This service is only found in the Klang Valley and the coaches are fully air-conditioned.


Western style clothing can be found in Malaysia, but as most Malaysians are considerably smaller than Westerners it is not always easy to find large and extra large sizes. You will be able to find clothes with large and extra large labels, but these are Asian large and extra large. It is possible to have clothes made at reasonable cost.


Food, glorious food! Yes it's all here. Malay, Chinese and Indian are the main kinds of food available. American food chains such as McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Swensons, Baskin Robins and Pizza Hut are in most large towns. There are also Japanese and Korean restaurants. KL and PJ have the widest selection of "foreign" restaurants. Nearly every international hotel has an Italian restaurant, though not very authentic. A local meal at a food centre or open air coffee shop costs around RM3 to RM4 (US$1.30 - 1.60) per meal. A meal at McDonald's is around RM5.20 (US$2.80). You can expect to pay between US$10-15 for a meal at international hotels.

Supermarkets vary considerably from city to city; some will be stocked with lots of Western and Japanese food, while others will only have local produce. PJ, KL, and JB have perhaps the best selection of foreign food as they have the largest expatriate communities.

Tap water is drinkable, but most people choose to drink bottled water which is readily available at stores.


All cities have movie theatres that show local and foreign movies. The theater scene is beginning to grow in KL, but in the outer regions it is almost non-existent. From time to time it is possible to see international performers in KL. People in JB have access to a very wide variety of international performances in Singapore.

Six Malaysian television channels broadcast in Malay, Chinese, Tamil and English. Many western produced programmes are shown. Satellite television has recently been introduced, and it is rapidly gaining popularity.

All large towns have sporting facilities. Golf is popular in Malaysia, but relatively expensive. Health clubs and "country clubs" abound, prices vary considerably depending on the status of the establishment.

Most shopping centres have bookstores selling English books. There are several local English Language newspapers. International newspapers are rather scarce, but one can subscribe to them. Most international news-magazines, such as Time, Newsweek, Economist, etc., are readily available. Subscription rates are often ½ the newsstand price.


Islam is the official religion of the country. But freedom of worship is enjoyed and so it is not uncommon to see mosques, temples and churches sharing a common neighbourhood. Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, and Christianity are among the other religions practised in Malaysia. Most churches conduct at least one of their services in English.