Get ahead of the pack.
Make sure you’re prepared for the UPSR with TigerCampus Malaysia’s private UPSR Tuition.
Get ahead of the pack.
Make sure you’re prepared for the UPSR with TigerCampus Malaysia’s private tuition.
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About UPSR Tuition
Primary School Achievement Test, also recognized as Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (generally abbreviated as UPSR; Malay), is a national standardized examination taken by all students in Malaysia at the end of their sixth year in public primary school. Get UPSR Online Tuition Today!
UPSR Tuition is prepared and examined by the Malaysian Examinations Syndicate (Lembaga Peperiksaan Malaysia), an agency that constitutes the Ministry of Education. Since 2016, students in national schools (Sekolah Kebangsaan) are required to take six subjects. Students in Chinese and Tamil national-type schools (Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan) are compelled to take two additional language subjects, totaling eight subjects.
In this course, together with a UPSR Private Tutor, you will learn how to master the UPSR exam. Your tutor will help you understand the relevant concepts, and assess your progress through practice exams.
Unlike other UPSR Tuitions, this course is a private one-on-one lesson. You will study at the perfect pace for you. You can expect to be sufficiently challenged and constantly improving, rather than wasting time reviewing concepts you already know. Get UPSR Online Tuition Now!
What you will learn
- Bahasa Malaysia (Pemahaman or Malay Comprehension)
- Bahasa Malaysia (Penulisan or Malay Writing)
- English (Comprehension)
- English (Writing)
- Chinese (Pemahaman or Chinese Comprehension) – Compulsory for Chinese school students only
- Chinese (Penulisan or Chinese Writing) – Compulsory for Chinese school students only
- Tamil (Pemahaman or Tamil Comprehension) – Compulsory for Tamil school students only
- Tamil (Penulisan or Tamil Writing) – Compulsory for Tamil school students only
The Bahasa Malaysia subjects is offered at two different levels: the more difficult SK level and the easier SJK level, due to the difference in the Bahasa Malaysia syllabus taught in SK and SJK. However, SJK students may opt to choose the SK paper with permission from their schools.
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