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Scoring A’s Is Not A Big Deal

Articulated SPM Indian Top Scorers Kavimathura and Suhashini

 

“To persuade my passion as a doctor, I study smart. My smartness answered at the end. I scored Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) year 2014 with flying colors. I gained 9A’s which include 4A+, 4A and 1A-. These flying colors made my made journey more cheerful with 5A’s in Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) and 7A’s in Peperiksaan Menengah Rendah (PMR). I am proud to be a straight A’s scorer. I tribute this success to my father and mother who always been the backbone of my victory,” declared the Top Scorer of SMK Saujana Utama, Sungai Buloh Kavimathura D/O Balasubramaniam.

“My father is a taxi driver. He works day and night to support my family. My mother, Mrs Amutha works in logistics department. I am the 1st children of my family. I have 2 younger sisters. As an elder daughter, I need to be a good example for my sisters to uprising in future. I do listen to songs and dance. It helps me to release or reduce my stress well. To excel well in life, we need to identify our responsibility. For example, education is the tool to transform a community especially Indians into good platform,” say future doctor, Kavimathura D/O Balasubramaniam

In addition, Suhashini D/O Marie scored 10 A’s in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) year 2014 with excellent too. She scored 8A+ and 2A. Her key’s of flying colors are studying smart indeed of study hard. She never ever gives up easily in her life to gain achievements. Her parents, owner of a bookstore in Klang including Mrs Vijayaletchumy always motivate her especially her father Mr. Marie. She never said excuses of not been studied or helping her parents at bookstores. Understanding element is every important life, especially during studies. As a student, every element needs to be understood so that easily can be stored in mind and soul.

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