SPM tips and resources
by StudyMalaysia.com on February 3, 2021 | Top Stories
SPM is just a few weeks away…. You’re probably studying day and night till you eat, sleep and breathe mathematical formulas, science equations and historical facts. While you revise and build a steady momentum, do you sometimes feel as if you’re gripped by anxiety just because you can’t mremember a fact or formula? The good news is that you no longer need to lug a sack of books with you everywhere you go for the next month.
If you need quick access to revision notes, practice questions or even a cyber lesson, try out these websites that can help you in your SPM revision.
You will find a collection of SPM trial papers from 2017 to 2020 with answer schemes here. Subjects include Bahasa Melayu, Sejarah, Matematik, Bahasa Inggeris, Fizik, Kimia, Matematik Tambahan, Biologi, Prinsip Perakaunan, Sains, Pendidikan Islam, Pendidikan Moral, Perniagaan, Ekonomi, Pendidikan Seni Visual, Tasawwur Islam, Geografi, Bahasa Arab, Bahasa Cina, Pendidikan Al-Quran dan Al-Sunnah, Pendidikan Syariah Islamiah, Kesusasteraan Melayu, Sains Komputer, Sains Rumahtangga, Bahasa Tamil, Sains Sukan, Grafik Komunikasi Teknikal, Pertanian, Reka Cipta.
Here’s a compilation of SPM trial papers with answer schemes. The papers are from various states in Malaysia from 2011 to 2020.
Perhaps one of the most popular sites currently, Sistem Guru Online updates are also available on Facebook and Telegram. Besides SPM trial papers and answer schemes (2015-2018), you can also find notes and marking schemes here.
If what you’re looking for is not trial papers but forecast questions, then you can get them here. They’re not free though – the booklet for each subject costs RM20 each and the subjects offered include: Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Inggeris, Matematik, Sains, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Add Maths, Perniagaan, Ekonomi, Perakaunan, Pendidikan Islam, and Sejarah.
Need help with understanding Sejarah? Watch this series of animated videos created to help you understand the syllabus taught in Form 4 and 5. It sure beats a boring textbook! Registration required.
Watch channel 603 on Astro for a host of programmes related to SPM. Don’t have Astro? No problem – you can also watch Astro Tutor TV free on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/astrotutortv and look out for Pelan A+ SPM, a series of seminars for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) candidates that offers tips, techniques, and prediction topics from experienced teachers including Mr Shankar for Mathematics, Dr Jay and Dr Mellisa for Science, Mr Rosle and Mr Mike Mahen for History, Mr Suguz for Bahasa Melayu, dan Ms Jowana for English.
Get SPM tips and forecasted questions here. Besides practice papers, answer guides are provided with new exam papers uploaded every week. Powered by Pasti Skor, this is a free resource that requires registration.
If you learn best by having a teacher explain a concept to you then you could try iTTV. Although iTTV requires a subscription in order for you to enjoy its full benefits, you can still access many useful videos on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNjlA1_T1u_9jzC8Isp-nqQ. Just key in ‘ITTV SPM’ in the search bar to see a full list of videos available or add other keywords like ‘chemical bonds’, ‘exam tips’ and so on.
Tips for SPM Chemistry and Physics from a straight-A student. Also get tips for other subjects here: https://daniellimjj.blogspot.com/2013/06/complete-tips-for-spm-examination-first.html
These websites offer revision notes and tips on answering questions for a specific subject:
Tips and Answering Techniques for BM Papers (SPM 2020): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eibI48deb8616Qz4i9sJSC9l6SI81Hcc/view