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I saw this banner heading in a recent Brands Essence of Chicken advertisement in the local Star. Yes, this statement is so true.


Whether we are adults reading a business report or a child studying for school, what matters at the end of the day is how much we absorb.


Here we are only going to talk about children and their studies.


Parents have a dilemma. They know this statement is true, but how do the parents check how much the child has absorbed of his or her studies. The school report card is the usual way. However the report cards come out 2 or 3 times a year. This may be insufficient for the busy parent to track the academic progress of a child.


The other way is to set tests for the kids. Then grade the tests and keep track of the progress. This requires a significant investment in time on the part of the parents.


Now Score A has an easy and price effective solution!


eReport Cards are an integral part of the Score A online study and examination portal.


view of eReport card


The eReport Cards are available for both the student and the parent to view. From this screen, the parent can see:-


         The date the questions were answered,

         The School level, i.e. Standard 4 or Form 3,

         The Exam type, eTopic, eAssessment, Past Year Questions or eTrial Exams,

         The subject,

         the Topic, i.e. the chapter of the subject,

         The paper sat for, i.e. Set 1 or 2 or 3

         The time the student took to complete the paper,

         The marks the student obtained and

         If necessary, to be able to review all the answers or only the wrong answers.


This detailed information remains in the database of the Company’s servers, so the parent does not even have to save or print or anything like that. It is updated immediately and can be seen at anytime, 24/7.


Overtime the parent would be easily able to see the progress of his or her child. Further assistance can be arranged for the child once the parent is aware of where the shortcomings are.


The eReport Card lists out all these details in chronological order, daily.


The eProgress Report one the other hand, first summarises by month. This can be expanded to show the details. We shall talk about the eProgress part in subsequent posts. 


As a parent of 3 still school going children, I have found tremendous value in using Score A. My children, too, prefer this mode of online study and testing as opposed to books and pens.


I urge all parents, who see the need to assist their school going children to excel in their studies to look at Score A. I am sure they will not regret this investment.


Parents who are interested in applying this revolutionary, in line with the current trends educational help system can contact me at or call me at 012 611 0285. Let’s do our best to give our children a better life than we had.


Thank you for reading this post.



My introduction to Output Learning started when I signed up for the Score A Program for my 3 school going children.


I have long known that the Malaysian school system left a lot to be desired in imparting knowledge to the kids. We tried tuition but that did not seem to be of much help. Further my wife or I did not have the skills or the time to home school my kids.


I remembered the study group we had formed when I was doing my MICPA exams. It helped a lot. Basically a group of us got together and attempted to answer the past year questions. Collectively we had the knowledge to be able to answer all the questions.


When I found out about Score A it seemed perfect!


Input Learning is primarily what my children get in school. The teachers teach and the text books are read. Both of which are input. However not all children are wired the same way. Whilst some may absorb this method of learning, others falter.


Output Learning is where the children learn by practice. Through constant practice they get to understand what they have learned.


The key facts that got me hooked on Score A are these:-


a)    The children learn online. There has been enough written about the lack of reading. However the kids seem more receptive to online stuff. They know how to use the “Help” function to get over problems.


b)    There are thousands and thousands of questions. Hence my children will be exposed to all kinds of questions the examiners can think of. This is unlike “spotting”, where a great element of luck is involved.


c)     There are online resources to refer to. For any one topic, say Fractions in Mathematics, my son can click on ENotes and be able to read specially prepared notes on this Topic.


d)    The questions are instantly marked and the results known. This helps my children as they immediately know where they stand and there is a inner motivation to do better. As their parent, my wife and I also have access to their results, so we can track their progress.


e)    Past Year Questions. I remember the trouble we had to go through trying to track down the past year questions for my elder girls to practice on. Score A solves this by providing online the past year questions for PMR and UPSR from 1993 to now.


f)      Time Management. This is something the children may be lacking in. Being able to answer the questions is one thing. Doing so within the time allowed is another. Score A has a timer that allows the children to know where they stand and they are timed out if they exceed the time allotted.



I have been told by some people that Output Learning may not help in full comprehension and understanding. I feel that constant practice should help in this endeavour.


Of course, no system can work without the parents monitoring closely. With my children, I have a time table in place. Yes, there is a little of the yelling and such, but the work is getting done.


My children have not progressed to answering the past year questions yet. My son, who will be sitting for his PMR this October, should be on this by June 09, Insya’Allah.


So far the results are being noticed at the school tests level. He had some “C’s” in his school exams last year end. Last week, he had a string of B+’s. This is good enough progress for me.


Now you can see why I am a passionate promoter for the Score A Program.


Please contact me at to learn more.

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