Originally Posted by AngelColdplay
Saser is famous in Seremban and is the top school for SPM for many consecutive years. It's an all-boys school and 99% malay. Every race is capable of soaring to great heights with the right attitude.
Logic: It's just that the population of malays are more compared to the other races, hence there are more mediocre students(protrayed to not be able to survive STPM).
SASER has been topping the list as the best SBP school in Malaysia for more than 3 years consequtively now! Even my school (ASiS) also failed to beat SASER until now, although still considered as one of the Top 5 best SBP schools. There are quite a number of smart Malays during my year, and it's not really surprising.
And to add on the bold statement, most of the smart Malays would have been grabbed by the scholarships institutions after SPM, so probably would not even choose STPM in the first place, judging from the fact that STPM deemed to be the last alternative for them.
In the end of the day, only mediocre and poor Malays will opt for STPM and hence the mediocre result.
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