KUALA LUMPUR – The results of the 2014 Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) examination show an increase in the performance of the candidates in all examination assessment criteria.
Malaysian Examination Council (MEC) chairman Professor Datuk Dr Mohd Noh Dalimin said the criteria included the national Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA), the percentage of candidates getting CGPA of 4.00, 3.50 and above 2.00 to 3.49, the percentage of candidates getting an A in five and four subjects, the percentage with full passes, and a decline in the percentage of candidates who failed.
“The national CGPA in the 2014 STPM examination improved to 2.62 from 2.57 in 2013
“This means CGPA of government schools improved from 2.55 in 2013 to 2.62,” he said when announcing the results of the 2014 STPM here today. – BERNAMA