To Prevent More Leaks, Education Ministry May Print UPSR Papers In The UK

The Education Ministry is evaluating ways for tighter security measures in keeping the UPSR exam papers classified and safe.

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To Prevent A Repeat Of The UPSR Paper Leak, The Education Minister Is Mulling To Have The Exam Papers Printed Overseas

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is seen in this September 7, 2014 file photo.

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Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin Said The Government May Print The UPSR Exam Papers In The UK Next Year

The government may print the examination papers for primary school leavers in the UK next year, Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said today after several subjects were found to have been leaked.

Although The Nationwide Primary School Exam Will End In 2015, An Independent Committee Is Evaluating Ways To Keep The Exam Questions Safe And Classified

An independent committee is also considering several other suggestions to tighten security measures, the minister added, even though the nationwide exam for 12-year-olds will end in 2015.

“The committee will make its own evaluation, including suggestions to improve the examination board, how to keep the questions classified and safe, and we will consider the process like with SPM papers, which are printed in the UK,” he told reporters after nominations closed for a by-election in the Kelantan state seat of Pengkalan Kubor here.

For Now, SPM Papers Are Printed Overseas At The Cambridge United Kingdom While UPSR Papers Are Printed Locally

During the 2013 SPM and UPSR leaks, Director General of Education Abd Ghafar Mahmud said that the SPM papers were printed overseas at Cambridge United Kingdom (UK) while UPSR papers were printed locally.

Six People, Including Five Teachers, Have Been Arrested In Connection To The Exam Paper Leaks

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