Education is the most important factor in the development of a country. Do you agree?

Question: Education is the most important factor in the development of a country. Do you agree? Justify your stand by giving relevant examples where appropriate.

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Ways to reduce bullying in schools (Actual Exam Question & Answer)

                Bullying is a common and serious problem in most Malaysian Schools. Various steps have been taken by the authority to combat this issue, unfortunately, the cases of bullying have been only increasing in the past years. Bullying does not only mean abusing someone physically, but can also mean mugging, verbal abuse, blackmail and flaming. It is often said that bullies should be punished with heavy penalties for what they have done, but little effort is put in to actually learn about the bullies themselves. In some cases, bullies say the engage in bullying because they feel that they are in control of the situation, unlike at home, parents pay little or no attention to their existence. Teachers and parents are to be blamed partly for awakening a bully in someone, but in the end, the person should decide wisely about engaging in bullying to feel better, or seeking help from friends or professionals. Continue reading

Report on how to improve the conditions of the school so that students will feel more comfortable (Actual Exam Question & Answer)

To School Principal,

Report on how to improve the conditions of the school so that students will feel more comfortable

                Our class, 5C, has come out with several suggestions to improve the conditions of the school. Firstly, the school compound needs a facelift. We would like Continue reading

Should School Uniforms Be Abolished?

A student’s character can be judged by just observing his uniform. The uniform displays some of a student’s characteristics, level of discipline, personal cleanliness, his school pride, and essentially his attention to details. School uniforms have been around for a long time, and some schools are already abolishing them, thinking they don’t suit the twenty-first-century lifestyle. School uniforms are not for fashion, but to represent a standardized education system, school and students of those schools. Continue reading