Panduan Ringkas Pengurusan Peperiksaan STPM (A Concise Guide To Invigilating STPM)

STPM 2013 Semester 1 exams were over last week & now the STPM 2012 exams are coming up next week.
Basically, the new STPM students (with their first intake this year) will have 1 STPM exam every semester. Previously, under the old STPM (which will run for the last time this year) had students sit for 1 heavy exam at the end of 3 semesters.

As a Head Invigilator, I had to instruct my invigilators on what to do & what to say. All of this is really high stakes & protocol heavy as any slip up might end up in complaints or complications. Instead of just yapping & yapping away at my invigilators, I decided to come up with a guide & a step-by-step script of what to say.

I developed a guide by compiling key points taken from a Head Invigilator's meeting I attended in Miri recently, the 2 guide books I was given & my prior experiences invigilating PMR & SPM.

I piloted this during the STPM 2013 Semester 1 exams last week & improved on it. I will use it again for next week's STPM 2012 exams.
The guide is written in BM. I apologise if I made any errors. I would really appreciate it if you would inform me of any grammatical errors or factual inconsistencies.

Go ahead, download & print. Use this during your meeting with your invigilators & let them use it during the exams. They don't have to remember anything. All they need to say or remember is on this piece of paper which they can fold up & keep in their wallets!
Feel free to add to it or modify it as you wish.

I decided to share this guide over the internet to make it easier for other Head Invigilators. Do let me know if any of the information in the guide is confidential. I will have it removed immediately.
Otherwise, feel free to use it &, remember, sharing is caring! =)

You can find the guides here:





Head Invigilators for PMR, SPM & STPM (maybe even UPSR) may download & modify all of the above for your personal use.
Oh, and if you do, please share them with your friends! =)

Comments

  1. Good luck to those stpm students..
    I didnt take stpm

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    1. I didn't take STPM neither & it is a very difficult test. Really respect those who took it & came out on top! =)

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  2. That's very generous, thoughtful and hardworking of you! Well done! :D

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    1. Actually, I had these documents with me for a long time already. When people started asking for it, I thought I might as well share it on the net.
      Not hardworking at all! =)

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  3. Knowing most teachers these days, I wonder how many would be bothered. Like casting pearls to swines...

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    1. Well, it didn't cost me a thing & I might actually be doing some new Head Invigilators a favour so it's worth it to me. Oh & I do love swine.

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  4. I always feel bad for the invigilators when they're in the class during exams. They always look so bored! :b

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    1. Imagine doing nothing but staring at teenagerss backs for 3 hrs. Imagine doing that every day for a month. Yup, that's STPM.

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  5. Reading your post reminds me of the times when I sat for my STPM. Very sad and nervous as everyone were already on school holidays, yet we still need to do self-study and sit for the papers.

    But glad that it's all over and I did not bad for my STPM, heheh...

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    1. I have always had a lot of respect for people who too STPM. It's not an easy exam & I'm glad you did well.
      I think they've improved the system for STPM this time around. Students nowadays will have it better that the students during our time. =)

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  6. I have something for you on my blog :) check it out!

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    1. Wow! Thanks for nominating me & calling me a cool blogger! hahaha~~~

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  7. Thank you very much! Next week will be my first time invigilating and your guide will help me a lot. Keep up the good work! :)

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    1. I'm glad that you took on the task. I hope that you will make the best of it. =)

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