Students Were Tested On Their Uniform Ironing Skills For A Sabah School's Entry Interview
"It's extremely important as it teaches students to at least look tidy in school."
Photos of incoming Form One students ironing school uniforms as part of an interview process for a boarding school in Sabah has gone viral on social media
"This is a good change as you probably won't see students wearing wrinkled shirts during morning assemblies anymore," Hasif wrote in the tweet.
"During my time studying there, there was no such thing as an ironing test. If I'm not mistaken, it was introduced this year, for the new intakes," the University Putra Malaysia student, who attended the school from 2010 to 2014, told mStar Online.
"To me, even if this seems like a minor change, it's extremely important as it teaches students to at least look tidy in school."
Netizens sung the school's praises for setting expectations for students to be independent from as early as the interview stage