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67,202 candidates to sit for STPM 2013 first term examination
Posted: 05 November 2012
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Some 67,202 candidates will sit for Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) 2013 first examination at 771 examination centres nationwide starting today until 8 November. 

A total of 66,465 candidates are from government schools and 658 from private schools, according to the Malaysian Examinations Council (MEC). Moreover, 69 candidates are private individuals and 10 candidates are from state schools. 

All candidates are advised to always carry their identity cards and candidate admission registration reports (LPKC) during examination. The candidates can also print their own LPKC via the MEC portal at www.mpm.du.my
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