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One proven way to ease stress is what Harvard University cardiologist Herbert Benson, M.D., calls the relaxation response. According to Benson's studies, the method taps an innate mechanism that can be used to counteract the human fight-or-flight response to stress. His research shows that the relaxation response can lower blood pressure and ease muscle tension. Benson suggests setting aside 20 minutes and following these six simple steps:
1. Find a quiet place where you won't be disturbed. Sit in a comfortable position, one that allows you to relax your body. Close your eyes.
2. Starting with your feet and progressing upward, relax your muscles. End with the muscles of your face. Take a moment to experience the feeling of being completely relaxed.
3. With your eyes still closed, breathe in and out through your nose, concentrating on each breath.
4. Then, as you exhale, begin to silently repeat a short phrase or single word, such as "peace" or "calmness" or "easy does it." Choose a word that helps you focus your mind and banish distracting thoughts.
5. Continue repeating your soothing word or phrase and concentrating on breathing. The experts usually recommend doing this exercise for 10 to 15 minutes. Do not set an alarm, though, or you will constantly be thinking about when it will go off. Have a watch or clock handy and open your eyes now and then to check the time. In addition, do not be discouraged from doing the relaxation routine if you do not have a full 15 minutes. Even a few minutes will help.
6. Sit quietly for a few more minutes, first with your eyes closed and then with them open. Savor the way your body and mind feel.
The debate over the use of matriculation examinations as entry requirements into local universities as opposed to the Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) will continue to plague our higher education system unless the educational authorities are able to be transparent about the entire process.
The officials at both the Ministry of Education, as well as that of Higher Education have continued to almost "robotically" deny and dispute any differences in the relative standards between the matriculation and STPM examinations.
In response to a letter from a reader at the Star who requested for a single examination to determine entry into the university, Pn Rubaayah Osman, the Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Higher Education responded on 28th August that:
Although there are two entry examinations – Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) and Matriculation – used for entrance to public universities, both are on par in terms of standards, curriculum and credit hours. It is not true that one is tougher than the other. This is a matter of perception.At the same time, the Deputy Education Minister, Datuk Mahadzir Mohd Khir responded to public feedback that the assessment for matriculation should be made transparent, like that of STPM by arguing that:
[The] assessment of matriculation exams should not be questioned as the papers are marked by local university academicians.The key problem why the public are clearly unconvinced by both the above arguments are strictly because they are not "arguments" at all. The statements were in effect saying that "if I said that A is equivalent to B, then A must therefore be equivalent to B, how can it be otherwise?"
“I dispute those who say the matriculation programme is substandard. The process may be different from STPM but the students’ achievements are the same.”
There are 33 students in the class.
18 Chinese, 13 Malays and 2 Indians.
19 Girls, 14 Boys.
|01 ||AZNIDA BT. MOHD SHAFIE |
|02 ||AZYYATI NUR AMIRAH BT. SALEHUDDIN |
|03 ||CHAN JI KIT |
|04 ||CHAN SHEAU MIIN |
|05 ||CHONG KAR MUN |
|06 ||DINAGARISRI A/P GOVINDASAMY |
|07 ||DZARANA BT. MAT SAFRI |
|08 ||FATEN NOOR FATEHAH BT. ABDUL MANAF |
|09 ||FONG PUI WAN |
|10 ||FOO CHUN VOON |
|11 ||FOO CHUN YANG |
|12 ||HE SHENG YUEN |
|13 ||HOR JUN YOU |
|14 ||ITMAM SYAMIL B. MUHD SHUIB |
|15 ||KOW JIA POH |
|16 ||LEE SAI YENG |
|17 ||LEE SIN WEI |
|18 ||LIEW JIN FU |
|19 ||LIEW MEI YAN |
|20 ||MERU PRATHISTA A/P SUBRAMANIAM |
|21 ||MOO CHEE GEN |
|22 ||MUHD AIZAT B. MAT SAAD |
|23 ||MUHD AZRI B. HULAM RASOL |
|24 ||NOR MAIZATUL AMIRA BT. BAHARI |
|25 ||NUR ATIQAH BT. AZMI |
|26 ||NUR FATEHAH BT. ARIF |
|27 ||NURANIZA BT. ROSLAN |
|28 ||SYARIFAH NUR AIN BT. SAID ABDUL KARIM |
|29 ||TAI ZI XUAN |
|30 ||TAN KE YING |
|31 ||TAN MUN MUN |
|32 ||TANG HOE CHING |
|33 ||WAN MUHD MUKHLIFF B. WAN MOKHTAR |
Front / Back
1. 7 A1's, 3 A2's, 1 B4 Hor Jun You
2. 7 A1's, 3 B3's He Sheng Yuan
3. 6 A1's, 3 A2's, 1 B3 Tan Ke Ying
4. 6 A1's, 1 A2, 2 B3's, 1B4, 1D7 Tang Hoe Ching
5. 5 A1's, 1 A2's, 3 B3's, 1C5 Moo Chee Gen
1. 10A's, 1B Hor Jun You
2. 9A's, 1B He Sheng Yuan
3. 7A's, 3B's Tan Ke Ying
4. 7A's, 3B's, 1D Tang Hoe Ching
5. 6A's, 3B's, 1C Moo Chee Gen
*Above result is based on the number of A's obtained, neglecting the gred of A.
All Students Result in .xls format.
can only be read by using Microsoft Office Excel 97 - 2007 or other similar software.
For Microsoft Office Excel 97 - 2003:
5S Trial SPM 2009
1. 1.500 TAN KE YING
2. 1.545 HOR JUN YOU
3. 1.600 HE SHENG YUEN
4. 2.100 MOO CHEE GEN
5. 2.273 TANG HOE CHING
* the one who have the lowest value of CGPA Mean will be the first.
1. 83.600% TAN KE YING
2. 83.400% HE SHENG YUEN
3. 82.818% HOR JUN YOU
4. 77.500% MOO CHEE GEN
5. 76.000% TANG HOE CHING
1. 85% HOR JUN YOU
2. 81% TANG HOE CHING
3. 76% MERU PRATHISTHA
*Only 3 students sit for this subject.
1. 74% Muhammad Aizat
* only 1 student sits for this subject.
1. 78% AZYYATI NUR AMMIRAH
2. 72% NUR FATEHAH
* Only 2 students sit for this subject.
1. 40% FATEN NOORFATEHAH
2. 38% MUHD AIZAT
* Only 2 students sit for this subject.
1. 93% KOW JIA POH
2. 91% FONG PUI WAN, TANG HOE CHING
3. 89% CHAN SHEAU MIIN, HE SHENG YUEN
4. 88% HOR JUN YOU
5. 86% CHONG KAR MUN, TAI ZI XUAN, TAN KE YING
1. 88% AZNIDA
2. 74% FATEN NOORFATEHAH
3. 73% AZYYATI NUR AMMIRAH, DZARANA
4. 72% NURANIZA
5. 67% NOR MAIZATUL AMIRA
1. 76% MERU PRATHISTHA
*only one student sits for this subject.
1. 85% TAN KE YING
2. 75% HOR JUN YOU, MOO CHEE GEN
3. 73% HE SHENG YUEN
4. 70% KOW JIA POH
5. 68% LIEW JIN FU
1. 71% HE SHENG YUEN
2. 70% TAN KE YING, DZARANA, AZNIDA
3. 66% HOR JUN YOU
4. 61% MOO CHEE GEN
5. 59% DINAGARISRI
1. 96% HOR JUN YOU
2. 95% HE SHENG YUEN
3. 93% TAN KE YING
4. 91% CHAN SHEAU MIIN
5. 89% CHAN JI KIT
1. 87% HE SHENG YUEN
2. 82% HOR JUN YOU
3. 76% TAN KE YING
4. 75% CHAN SHEAU MIIN, TAN MUN MUN
5. 71% MOO CHEE GEN
1. 89% TAN KE YING
2. 88% HOR JUN YOU
3. 87% HE SHENG YUEN
4. 83% MOO CHEE GEN
5. 82% TANG HOE CHING
1. 94% TAN MUN MUN
2. 86% HE SHENG YUEN, HOR JUN YOU
3. 80% CHAN JI KIT
4. 77% TAN KE YING
5. 75% TANG HOE CHING
1. 98% TAI ZI XUAN
2. 97% HE SHENG YUEN, CHAN SHEAU MIIN, LEE SAI YENG
3. 95% TAN KE YING, MOO CHEE GEN, CHAN JI KIT, TAN MUN MUN
4. 94% HOR JUN YOU, KOW JIA POH, CHONG KAR MUN, LEE SIN WEI
5. 93% TANG HOE CHING
1. 86% TAN KE YING
2. 80% HE SHENG YUEN, MOO CHEE GEN, TANG HOE CHING
3. 77% FOO CHUN YANG
4. 76% HOR JUN YOU, KOW JIA POH
5. 72% CHAN SHEAU MIIN
1. 79% TAN KE YING
2. 77% DZARANA BT MAT SAFRI
3. 76% TAI ZI XUAN
4. 75% HOR JUN YOU, CHAN JI KIT, SYARIFAH NUR AIN, FATEN NOORFATEHAH, NURANIZA
5. 73% AZNIDA BT MOHD SHAFIE
Finally, the SPM trial finished. And, definitely, we have a happy holiday during Hari Raya.
But, after the SPM trial, we have to face lots of consequences - our results...!!!!!!
Yesterday, we got our NIE Pizza vouchers. We are very happy as the vouchers are finally in our hands.
Here, we also want to congratulate the "Insiders' View" as they were chosen to represent our state, Perak in the national NIE Magazine Contest. We hope the team will win in the Final...
However there were some negative news that hurt my friends.
The RANK Group video is not pornography, and those who did not watch the video, please do not say or predict unnecessarily.
Below are the reply from the RANK group video, the Chow Studio: