Understandably, additional mathematics can be a daunting subject for some as it requires quite a bit of practice to master the subject. Sadly, this one group of students took their frustration out on their textbook when they failed to answer the questions in the recent SPM examination.
According to Lobak Merah, a group of SPM candidates went viral on Twitter yesterday (27 November) for setting their additional mathematics SPM question papers and textbook on fire. It was understood that the students were feeling low and frustrated after failing to answer the questions in the exam hall.
As expected, the tweet spread like wildfire online and they were roasted by netizens who took this subject back in the day.
“I used to hate additional mathematics just like you. When I looked at my teacher writing on the blackboard, everything seemed so easy. But when it’s time for me to answer, I don’t even know where to start. During my SPM examination, I had only done less than five per cent of the questions. It’s okay if you are not able to answer the questions, but don’t burn the textbooks,” a netizen said.
Meanwhile, many pointed out that it’s highly unethical and downright rude to burn a book, especially a textbook. We’re not sure which school these students are from but we certainly pray for their success when their SPM results are out.
Was add maths your favourite subject in school? Share with us in the comments!
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