Monday, October 11, 2010
no more pmr?
is it a good thing? however it'll only be implemented starting 2016. i would feel that with the abolish of the pmr, students might lose the spirit to work hard during their lower secondary level and only buck up when they're in form 4 or 5... wouldn't that be too late? doesn't the saying goes that "to train a tree, it is when it is still young" ? all the present generations of politicians have gone through the rigmarole of exams and they have all been successful and have become accomplished politicians or useful citizens, so where is the flaw? why abolish exams when it has been proven successful? aren't what they have become proof enough?