SPMflix: Helping 70,000 Students Get Through the Pandemic

More than 70,000 Malaysians have currently signed up for SPMflix.com, Malaysia’s largest and most comprehensive free SPM education portal, where students can revise and learn through live-stream classes and even take quizzes to prepare for their examinations, which start on Feb 22.

Feb 06, 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 70,000 Malaysians have currently signed up for SPMflix.com, Malaysia’s largest and most comprehensive free SPM education portal, where students can revise and learn through live-stream classes and even take quizzes to prepare for their examinations, which start on Feb 22.

With over 8,700 free videos which are constantly updated, SPMflix.com also offers an annual SPM Seminar which includes live online classes covering exam areas, tips and answering techniques for all 12 subjects for both the English and Malay mediums.

This highly sought-after seminar also includes soft skills sessions on study skills, memory skills and mind-mapping to further enhance how students perform at their exams.

Under the Tanya Cikgu tab on the SPM flix website, students can send their queries through WhatsApp, which will be answered by experienced teachers.

The BAC Education Group remains committed to digitilising and creating free content for all schoolchildren in the country to ensure no one is left behind when it comes to access to education.

The BAC Education Group’s Managing Director, Raja Singham, said he now wants to help solve the issue of internet accessibility amongst students from rural areas so they can also benefit from the portals. “We want to focus on ensuring that students from the B40 and rural areas have adequate internet access to the vast learning resources available online including SPMflix.  Education is a means out of poverty.”

“We want to work with the federal and state governments to make this happen and  we are prepared to fund it. We want to help educate every child in the country,” he said.

Since its inception, SPMflix has seen more than 70,000 students studying for free on its platforms, while about 2,000 teachers have attended curated workshops on blended learning and the use of technology in classrooms.

Raja said we need to do our best to ensure learning continues and that the education of schoolchildren is not disrupted and to eradicate digital poverty.

“The focus of the government and Telcos should be on overcoming the digital divide between urban and rural areas of the country.”

“We must ensure all Malaysian school children can access portals like SPMflix. com so that their education is not interrupted and that all Malaysians have equitable access to education,” he added.

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