Takwim Peperiksaan Awam 2014 (Public Exam Calendar 2014)

Takwim Peperiksaan Awam Tahun 2014

LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA
PEPERIKSAAN TARIKH
UPSR, UJIAN PENCAPAIAN SEKOLAH RENDAH 9 – 11 Sept 2014
BERTULIS                     JADUAL UPSR 9 – 11 Sept 2014
PBSMR -> PT3 (Berasaskan Sekolah)
Soalan-soalan Lazim PBS
Ujian Pelbagai Instrumen 1 – 18 Julai 2014
Ujian LISAN 6 – 29 Ogos 2014
PT3 Ujian BERTULIS           JADUAL PT3 13 – 16 Okt 2014
STAM, SIJIL TINGGI AGAMA MALAYSIA
LISAN 7-11, 14-18 Julai 2014
BERTULIS (Daftar mulai 1 Feb 2014) 13-15, 20-21 Okt 2014
SPMU, SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA ULANGAN 9 – 12 Jun 2014
Daftar DI SINI (1 Mac 2014)
SPM, SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA
BERTULIS                     JADUAL SPM 3 Nov –  2 Dis 2014
MAJLIS PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA
STPM Baharu
UJIAN LISAN BAHASA ARAB 2014  22 – 25, 29, 30 Sept 2014
PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 3, 2013         JADUAL  6, 7, 13, 14, 18 Nov 2013
PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 1, 2014         JADUAL   19, 20, 21 & 25 Nov 2013
PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 2, 2014  19 – 22 Mei 2014
PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 3, 2014  3 – 6 Nov  &  10 Nov 2014
ULANGAN PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 3, 2013  12, 13, 17, 18 Mac 2014
ULANGAN PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 1, 2014  13, 17, 18, 19 Nov 2014
ULANGAN PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 2, 2014  20, 24, 25, 26 Nov 2014
ULANGAN PEPERIKSAAN BERTULIS Penggal 3, 2014  11, 12, 16, 17 Mac 2015
MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY ENGLISH TEST (MUET)
SESI MAC – UJIAN SPEAKING 18 – 20 & 24 – 26 Feb 2014
SESI MAC – BERTULIS 08 Mac 2014
SESI JULAI – UJIAN SPEAKING 17 – 19,  23 – 25 Jun 2014
SESI JULAI – BERTULIS 05 Julai 2014
SESI NOV – UJIAN SPEAKING 14 – 16 & 20 – 22 Okt 2014
SESI NOV – BERTULIS 08 Nov 2014

 

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  1. INSTINCT

    Watch a pair of birds building their nest. Perhaps they are a pair of young sparrows or thrushes who have never built a nest before, but you will have a hard job to tell, because they will build it just as well as any of their older neighbours.

    The thrushes never saw mother or father building a nest, because the nest was there before they were hatched last year, and they have never seen any other thrushes building nests. But here they are, hard at it, wasting no time in finding out how it is done. If you look at their nest, you will find it a perfect example, exactly like the nests that all thrushes build, and quite different from the nests that other birds build.

    How, then, have these thrushes built the correct nest without ever having had a lesson? We say that they do it by instinct. Just as our leg automatically jerks in response to a tap below the knee – a reflex, so the thrushes instinctively build a nest when spring comes and they have found their mates.

    There is a difference, though. The knee-jerk is a response of only a part of us, and is soon over and done with. The instinct to build a nest is a response of the whole thrush. All of him is concerned in the building, not just his beak or his claws. Nor is it soon over and done with. He finds a site, squabbles with other birds who wish to put their nest in the same place, collects his material, and, after many days’ work, completes the nest. There has been no learning such as we should need before we could carry out such a complicated job.

    It seems, then, as if an instinct is a kind of big brother to a reflex action. In a way it is. It is very difficult in some cases to decide exactly what are instincts and what are not, but we usually find that they enable living things to keep on living. This must be true, because if instincts made animals and insects and so on do things which would lead to their death, then they would soon cease to exist. Instincts keep the race from dying out.

    Clearly, the birds must build nests if they are to hatch out eggs and so produce more birds. But the nest building appears only once a year, and we do not find the thrushes building at all sorts of odd times. On the other hand, the food seeking instinct gives living things far less rest. When the animal feels hungry it goes on the prowl, kills its prey and eats it. Then the food seeking stops, and the instinct sleeps until it is again awakened by hunger. The thing to notice is that the instinct acts on the whole animal in a way that sends him off to do something which is very necessary if he is to remain alive.

    Just to share.

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