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HARI RAYA HOLIDAY
by HARRY HING - Friday, 23 June 2017, 12:03 PM
 
Dear Tun/Toh Puan/Prof./Assc. Prof/Tan Sri/Puan Sri/Datuk/Datin/Dato’ Sri/Datin Sri/Dr/Sir/Madam, Kindly be informed that PTP will be closed from 25th JUNE 2017 (SUNDAY) until 28th JUNE 2017 (WEDNESDAY) for HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI HOLIDAYS. We would like to wish all our students, parents, staffs and friends a happy and blissful day of HARI RAYA AIDILFITRI, MAAF ZAHIR & BATIN. “SALAM RAMADHAN & SALAM AIDILFITRI” All classes will resume as usual on 29th JUNE 2017 (THURSDAY).** FROM THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES , THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ADMINISTRATORS & STAFFS TUTORS
 
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CHINESE NEW YEAR 2017 HOLIDAYS
by HARRY HING - Monday, 23 January 2017, 12:56 PM
 
Dear Prof./Assc. Prof/Tan Sri/Puan Sri/Dato/ Datin/Dr/Sir/Madam, Kindly be informed that PTP will be closed from 27th JANUARY 2017 until 31st JANUARY 2017 for CHINESE NEW YEAR Holiday. All classes will resume as usual on 1st February 2017 (Wednesday) . From : THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF TUTORS
 
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Announcement of changes in operating hours for December 2016.
by HARRY HING - Wednesday, 30 November 2016, 12:51 PM
 
Please pay attention to the changes of the Opening hours of PTP and ADMINISTRATION OFFICE for December 2016. *December 1, 2016 : 12p.m-5p.m* *December 2, 2016 : 12p.m-5p.m* #December 3, 2016 : Closed# #December 4, 2016 : Closed# *December 5, 2016 : 12-5p.m* ##December 6, 2016 : 6p.m Photo Session for Album 2016## *December 7, 2016 : 12p.m-4p.m* ##December 8-14, 2016 : Closed## *December 15, 2016 : 12p.m-5p.m* ##December 16, 2016: Dinner &Party## ++++December 17-31, 2016 : Closed++++
 
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HOLIDAY NOTICE
by HARRY HING - Thursday, 8 September 2016, 5:38 PM
 

Dear Yang Berbahagia Tun & Toh Puan,  Prof./Assc. Prof/Tan Sri/Puan Sri/Dato/ Datin/Dr/Sir/Madam

Please  be informed that PTP  will be closed for HARI RAYA HAJI and MALAYSIA DAY celebrations.

PUBLIC HOLIDAY

HARI RAYA HAJI ( MONDAY, 12 September 2016) CLASSES AS USUAL ON TUESDAY, 13 September 2016 
MALAYSIA DAY (FRIDAY, 16 September 2016) CLASSES AS USUAL ON MONDAY, 19 September 2016


From : THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF TUTORS

 

 
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JADUAL SPM 2016
by HARRY HING - Monday, 11 July 2016, 2:46 PM
 

JADUAL SPM 2016

 
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HARI RAYA HOLIDAY
by HARRY HING - Monday, 27 June 2016, 2:59 PM
 

Dear Yang Berbahagia Tun & Toh Puan,  Prof./Assc. Prof/Tan Sri/Puan Sri/Dato/ Datin/Dr/Sir/Madam

Kindly be informed that PTP will be closed from 6th JULY  2016 until 10th JULY 2016 for HARI RAYA HOLIDAY.

All classes will resume as usual on 11th July 2016.

We would like to wish all our students, parents, staff and friends a happy and blissful day of  Eid al-Fitr. 

From : THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF OF TUTORS

 

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KERTAS 1 Karangan Bahagian A - Bahan Rangsangan a. Karangan yang ditulis mestilah berasaskan tema bahan rangsangan yang diberikan. b. Bahan rangsangan boleh terdiri daripada gambar tunggal, gambar bersiri, iklan, graf, carta, poster dan sebagainya. c. Karangan yang ditulis mesti mempunyai pengenalan atau pendahuluan. Bahagian ini amat penting kerana mencerminkan isi yang ditulis seterusnya. d. Pendahuluan mesti membincangkan tema bahan rangsangan secara khusus dan mesti ditulis ringkas, padat serta ditulis dalam satu perenggan (anggaran 20 patah perkataan). e. Pelajar perlu menyatakan 3 isi yang relevan dengan tema dan mesti diolah dengan baik. f. Isi mesti berkaitan antara satu perenggan dengan perenggan yang lain (anggaran 70 patah perkataan setiap satu isi). g. Isi mesti disusun mengikut kepentingan dan disusun rapi. h. Kesimpulan mestilah ditulis dalam satu perenggan (anggaran 20 patah perkataan). Ia mestilah ringkas, padat dan dapat merumus tema yang dibincangkan. Ciri-ciri Karangan Yang Baik a. Tema bahan rangsangan dihuraikan dengan baik dan jelas. b. Isi yang ditulis mestilah berkaitan dengan tema dan sebaik-baiknya isi tersirat. c. Perenggan mesti kemas dan sesuai. d. Satu perenggan, satu isi dengan huraian isi serta contoh. e. Perenggan dan isi mesti berkaitan dengan yang sebelumnya. f. Susunan ayat mesti lengkap dan mudah difahami. g. Penggunaan bahasa mesti dipelbagaikan. h. Gunakan peribahasa, cogan kata atau ungkapan yang menarik. i. Gunakan penanda wacana yang sesuai. j. Isi diolah dengan baik untuk menunjukkan kematangan. k. Mesti mengelakkan penggunaan bahasa pasar. l. Tulisan mesti jelas dan mudah dibaca. Kriteria Pembahagian Markah a. Kefahaman dan kebolehan pelajar memahami tema bahan rangsangan yang diberikan sama ada relevan atau tidak. b. Keupayaan pelajar mengemukakan sekurang-kurangnya 3 isi dan setiap isi haruslah disertakan dengan huraian lanjut dan contoh yang sesuai. c. Setiap isi, fakta dan contoh yang dikemukakan harus juga sesuai dengan keadaan semasa dan mempunyai kematangan fikiran. d. Aspek bahasa pelajar pula akan dinilai dari segi penulisan yang lancar dan kemas, tiada kesalahan tatabahasa yang berat, perenggan yang betul dan kemas, menggunakan tanda bacaan dan huruf besar yang tepat. Aspek-aspek Yang Dinilai a. Karangan menepati tema bahan rangsangan. b. Pengolahan isi, gaya bahasa, penyampaian isi dan kematangan isi dikembangkan. c. Ejaan dan struktur ayat. d. Isi yang ditulis sama ada yang tersurat atau tersirat. e. Peribahasa, cogan kata atau ungkapan menarik yang digunakan. f. Pendahuluan atau pengenalan. g. Penutup atau kesimpulan karangan. h. Tulisan yang jelas. i. Pemerengganan. j. Kesantunan bahasa. Kelemahan Calon a. Pengenalan tidak menarik. b. Isi tidak menepati tema. c. Isi tidak dihuraikan. d. Huraian yang tidak bertepatan dengan isi pokok. e. Perenggan tidak disusun dengan sempurna. f. Banyak kesalahan ejaan. g. Tulisan buruk sehingga sukar dibaca. h. Bahasa yang berbelit-belit dan ayat terlalu panjang. i. Penggunaan perbendaharaan kata yang terhad. j. Isi yang diulang-ulang. k. Hanya menghuraikan isi tersurat sahaja. l. Kesalahan tatabahasa seperti sendi nama di, dari dan daripada. KERTAS 2 Bentuk Soalan Soalan 2 (a). Soalan ini wajib dijawab. Berdasarkan petikan untuk soalan Rumusan. 3 soalan akan dikemukakan yang terdiri daripada: 2 soalan pemahaman langsung terhadap kandungan petikan. 1 soalan pemahaman atau aplikasi yang berasaskan KBKK. Soalan pemahaman langsung terhadap kandungan teks menyoal berasaskan kata tanya berikut: Apa... Siapa... Di mana... Mengapa/Kenapa... Bagaimana... ataupun menggunakan arahan berikut: Jelaskan... Terangkan... Huraikan secara ringkas... Gambarkan ... dan sebagainya. Soalan pemahaman/aplikasi berasaskan KBKK: Pada pendapat anda,... Sekiranya anda.... Jika anda.... dan sebagainya. Ke atas Pendekatan menjawab soalan Baca petikan dari awal hingga akhir walaupun semasa menjawab soalan rumusan anda sudah membacanya. Fahami apa yang terkandung dalam petikan. Baca soalan dan garis kata kunci soalan. Pastikan manakah soalan langsung dan soalan KBKK. Padankan apa yang disoal dengan markah yang diperuntukkan kerana jumlah markah boleh menggambarkan berapa isi yang dikehendaki. Tulis menggunakan ayat yang sempurna dari segi struktur ayat dan tanda baca yang digunakan. Gunakan bahasa yang standard, bukannya yang dipengaruhi kata pinjaman atau loghat tempatan. Sekiranya soalan terdiri daripada dua bahagian, jawab bahagian kedua dalam baris baru. Untuk soalan KBKK terutama yang berkehendakkan pandangan anda, jangan sesekali menjawab secara melawan arus, iaitu menentang gagasan atau saranan yang dikemukakan. Dicadangkan anda menggaris setiap isi yang dikemukakan dengan pensel. Contoh soalan dan jawapan: Apakah langkah-langkah yang telah diambil oleh kerajaan Malaysia untuk membendung keganasan oleh golongan pelampau? (3 markah) Malaysia telah mengambil langkah-langkah yang wajar untuk mengatasi kegiatan ganas golongan pelampau dengan memperkenalkan Akta Keselamatan Dalam Negeri (ISA), memantau kegiatan persatuan dan pertubuhan yang diragui serta memberi penerangan menerusi media massa. Dicadangkan anda menggunakan tidak lebih 15 minit untuk menjawab ketiga-tiga soalan dalam bahagian ini.
PAPER 1: Objective/ Multiple Choice Questions. Total Mark: 50 Marks. Total Time: 1 Hour 15 Minutes. Answer ALL 50 Questions in Objective Answer Sheet. PAPER 2: Structured and Essay Questions. Total Mark: 100 Marks. Total Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes. Section A: 6 to 8 Structured Questions. Total Mark: 60 Marks. Answer ALL Questions in the space provided in the Question Paper. Section B: Restricted/Limited Response Essay Questions. (or is it Open Response Essay Ques.?) Check from official SPM Circular/Handout !!! Total Mark: 20 Marks. Answer ONLY ONE of the two Questions in the Examination/Test Writing Pad. Section C: Open/Restricted Response Essay Questions. Total Mark: 20 Marks. Answer ONLY ONE of the two Questions in the Examination/Test Writing Pad.

The contents of the Additional Mathematics curriculum are organised into two learning packages. They are the Core Package and the Elective Package. The Core Package, which is compulsory for all pupils comprises of five components namely: • Geometry • Algebra • Calculus • Trigonometry • Statistics The Elective Package consists of two application packages: • Science and Technology Application • Social Science Application

The Physics curriculum is organised by topics. Each topic consists of various learning areas, each of which consists of a number of learning objectives. A learning objective has one or more learning outcomes. Learning outcomes are written based on the hierarchy of the cognitive and affective domains. Levels in the cognitive domain are: knowledge, understanding, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Levels in the affective domain are: to be aware of, to be in awe, to be appreciative, to be thankful, to love, to practise, and to internalise. Where possible, learning outcomes relating to the affective domain are explicitly stated. The inculcation of scientific attitudes and noble values should be integrated into every learning activity. This ensures a more spontaneous and natural inculcation of attitudes and values. Learning outcomes in the psychomotor domain are achieved implicitly through the learning activities. The Suggested Learning Activities in the supporting document entitled ‘Curriculum Specifications’ provides information on the scope and dimension of learning outcomes. The suggested learning activities aim at providing some guidance as to how learning outcomes can be achieved. A suggested activity may cover one or more learning outcomes. At the same time, more than one activity may be suggested for a particular learning outcome. Teachers may modify the suggested activities to suit the ability and style of learning of their students. At the same time, teachers are encouraged to design other innovative and effective learning activities to enhance the learning of science. Teaching and learning strategies in the science curriculum emphasise thoughtful learning. Thoughtful learning is a process that helps students acquire knowledge and master skills that will help them develop their mind to an optimum level. Thoughtful learning can occur through various learning approaches such as inquiry, constructivism, contextual learning, and mastery learning. These learning approaches encompass learning methods such as experiments, discussions, simulations, projects, visits and future studies. Learning activities should therefore be geared towards activating students’ The Physics curriculum is organised by topics. Each topic consists of various learning areas, each of which consists of a number of learning objectives. A learning objective has one or more learning outcomes. Learning outcomes are written based on the hierarchy of the cognitive and affective domains. Levels in the cognitive domain are: knowledge, understanding, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Levels in the affective domain are: to be aware of, to be in awe, to be appreciative, to be thankful, to love, to practise, and to internalise. Where possible, learning outcomes relating to the affective domain are explicitly stated. The inculcation of scientific attitudes and noble values should be integrated into every learning activity. This ensures a more spontaneous and natural inculcation of attitudes and values. Learning outcomes in the psychomotor domain are achieved implicitly through the learning activities.

Circle area and perimeter Earth as a sphere Gradient and area under graph Graph of function Inequalities Lines and planes in 3- dimension Mathematical reasoning Matrices Plan and Elevation Probability Quadratic expressions and equations Sets Simultaneous linear equations Solid Geometry Statistics The straight lines Transformations

Summary: New format will be used for SPM Sejarah from 2013, in conjunction with its status as a must-pass subject. The new format is approved in the “Mesyuarat Jawatankuasa Kurikulum Pusat. The SPM Sejarah subject will be tested with 3 papers involving: Paper 1 (1249/1) – Multiple-Choice Questions Paper 2 (1249/2) – Structure and Essay Paper 3 (1249/3) – ‘Tugasan’ (loosely translated as “Tasks”) Paper 1 SPM Sejarah (1249/1) 40 objective questions with a weightage of 30%. Total marks here will be 40 marks. Paper duration is an hour. Paper 2 SPM Sejarah (1249/2) The paper is divided into 2 sections. In Section A, there are 4 compulsory subjective structured questions worth 40 marks (with each questions beings 10 marks). In Section B, students are given 7 essay questions to choose from, from which students are required to answer 3 essay questions worth a total of 60 marks (with each question being 20 marks). Total marks are 100 marks. The weightage of this paper is 50%, which is also the highest among all the three papers. In this paper, students are given 2 hours and 30 minutes to complete the paper. Paper 3 SPM Sejarah (1249/3) In this paper, students are given a “task”, where the general theme/title will be notified to students a month prior to the date of the Paper 3 SPM Sejarah. However, the actual detailed title of the task will only be announced on the exact examination day. This task bears a weightage of 20% with a total of 100 marks. Students are allowed 3 hours to complete this paper. General for all 3 papers All papers covers the entire syllabus of Form 4 and Form 5 Sejarah/History. The difficulties are appropriate for students towards the end of their Form 5 studies.
Probability theory: special univariate distributions; multivariate, marginal and conditional distributions. Introduction to stochastic processes, Markov chain, expectation and generating functions, functions of random variables and derived distributions,random sums, convergence of random sequence, sampling distributions, basic methods of estimation; maximum liklelihood estimation (MLE) and multiple model estimation (MME), unbiased, and consistency. Introduction to decision theory, Minimax and Bayes approach, structure of Bayes and Minimax rules, complete class of rules, point and interval estimations as a decision problem, and hypothesis testing as a decision problem.
Review of probability axioms and probability rules, including Bayes rule; special univariate distributions; multivariate, marginal & conditional distributions; independent random variables; functions of random variables, including random sums and order statistics; Expected values, covariance and correlation, conditional expectation and moment generating function; convergence of random sequences; introduction to stochastic process (Discrete time Markov chain); distribution derived from normal distribution to study sampling distributions of sample mean and the sample variance; introduction to estimation of parameters (MLE).
Basic algebra: transposition of formulae, indices, solution of equations. Trigonometry. Functions: polynomials, exponential, logarithmic. Trigonometric, transformations and inverse. Differential calculus: limits, continuity, differentiation rules. Matrices. Bridging, not remedial, in nature.
Accounting for business transactions in a corporate context, involving single entity and group structures. Topics are based on international financial reporting standards.
Foundation unit around management accounting techniques integrated with statistical methods applied to; costing models, profit planning and decision making techniques.
The unit aims to provide students with knowledge of accounting transactions. It looks into the Framework and the objectives of the financial statements. In addition, it focuses on understanding, defining and recognizing various elements of financial statements in accordance with selected international financial reporting standards.
This unit is an introduction to Financial and Management Accounting and sets the basis for students to pursue further studies leading to degrees in Commerce and Business. The course will provide students will an understanding of the basic concepts of accounting, the recording of business transactions, preparation of financial statements, its analysis and interpretation thereof, and an introduction to management accounting for decision-making in business enterprises.
An overview of assurance and ethics, independence and corporate governance. Understanding of the company audit process including audit planning - the concepts of materiality and audit risk. The evaluation and testing of internal control systems and substantive audit testing of transactions and balances. The finalisation of the audit and audit reporting.
This unit of study aims to provide students with an understanding and awareness of the basic principles of Contract Law, a familiarity with relevant case law and an introduction to the statutory provisions pertinent to the course. The instructional methodology is also aimed at providing students with a format from which they may develop an understanding of legal reasoning as it applies to the analysis of contractual relationships. This Unit of Study aims to provide students with a working knowledge and overview of the legal system. Students will understand and be able to speak, write and read comprehensively in the language and terminology of Business Law. Students will gain an appreciation of contract and business law issues. Students will learn skills they can apply in their working life to avoid problem situations, and awareness of possible areas requiring reform. Students will learn techniques to locate the appropriate law to apply law to a contract problem.
This unit of study introduces students to the fundamental principles of economics and its application to consumer behaviour, business decision making and economic policy. Students will be introduced to the economic way of thinking and how key concepts, theories and methods of modern economic analysis can be applied to everyday economic issues and problems. Key areas covered include consumer behaviour, demand and supply analysis, the competitive nature of markets within which firms operate, the national economy, business cycles, inflation, unemployment, and monetary and fiscal policy. Particular emphasis is placed on reviewing contemporary economic issues and how economics permeates almost every aspect of business, highlighting economics as the fundamental discipline underpinning the study of most business specialisations. The unit will stimulate students intellectually, leading them to apply economics to a range of problems in a variety of contexts and will develop, through the study of economics, a range of transferable skills to be of value in employment.
This course aims to enable managers to be effective users of statistical reports in the workplace and to understand statistical arguments. Practical experience in statistics will be provided, and on completion students will be able to critically assess statistical analysis undertaken in their workplace, including such areas as managing and forecasting performance. Please note that this course requires the use of Microsoft Excel, MINITAB and SPSS.