Thursday, 28 December 2017

The Invitation

Assalamualaikum w.b.t

The invitation has arrived since a while, however, some unexpected event happened which has kept me worried the past few months. Nobody would have thought a very tiny glanuroma could disrupt our plan. Alhamdulillah, indeed Allah is the best planner, the 0.3 cm glanuroma is just his plan to make my 10 months break  a little bit more colourful. After some more tests and additional medical reports, the New Zealand immigration decided to approve my visa application.

Since I have not been writing since such a long time, let me share my A-level experience here. I started my preparatory study at an international school in Malacca. The school is located in Ayer Keroh and it has not been long since it is established (I was the third batch). I have briefly described about the school in a previous post, so instead of writing about the school, I would like to share my thoughts on A-Levels.

I took the CIE A-Levels for two years (July 2015 until May 2017) and have just gotten the result last August. I took 4 subjects for my AS (Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics), and dropped Physics during my A2 to focus on the other three subjects. Alhamdulillah, I am , unexpectedly, able to achieve a great result.

A-Levels is not easy, obviously, but it is possible to pass with straight A's. The most important is determination. I admit, I am not a genius, I did not always scores A's during my term exams. While maintaining a positive-mind, I did not go easy with myself and one thing for sure, I became more thick-skinned. I remember doing past-years papers everyday and have my teacher marked at least one paper for me. Since I was weak in Biology, I even scheduled one-to-one tutor session with my teacher. I would even ask my friends for help if I had to. I learnt a lot during the past two-years at the school, to become more all-rounded. I am also grateful to be able to meet such great friends and teachers.

InsyaAllah, in February 2018, I'll be flying to Otago to start my undergraduate study. I would gladly appreciate all my dear readers' prayers and may you guys always feel contented :)






Tuesday, 28 June 2016

First day as 19

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
Alhamdulillah 'ala kulli hal. 
Alhamdulillah li ni'matil iman
Alhamdulillah .

Alhamdulillah, I've reached the golden 19. A year until I approach 20, means that I'm getting nearer to death. Sometimes I would feel excited as the thought of being a 20 years old comes to mind, but nevertheless everytime I think about it, fear would also come. 

Majority of young people nowadays worry about so many things. Unfortunately, I would consider myself to be one of them in that category. As I've adapted to my life as a student, the reality that it will come to an end always scares me. I am one of the coward living in the 21st century. Scared to approach the reality of the life as an adult, particularly the working life. 

However, I am also glad that I have Allah. I am glad by the fact that Allah allows me to be reminded of Him everytime I am in the midst of fear and worrisome. Alhamdulillah Allah bless me with good family, good friends and His guidance, which is the most beautiful nikmah. 

Syukran. May Allah bless us. 


Thank you mama and ayah for presenting me with this beautiful bouquet. This kind of present too makes me realize that I am old enough, that I can receive such present. 

السلام عليكم

Monday, 14 December 2015

Currently, what am I doing..

Assalamualaikum ya ahlul jannah.

الحمدلله ثم الحمدلله

It has been around 5 months since I first step my foot in KYSIS. A world school indeed.
After a year of challenges, full of happy, sad, nervousness, tiring (and the list goes on...), Alhamdulillah I have now 'settled' in the historical Malacca.

Things have been better than I had expected. Yeah, I did expect worst before entering the school.Since I've never experience school with no Islamic background, things have been hard for me. The way you dress, the way you talk, communicate with the opposite gender, different culture and international teachers, everything is new and challenging. But Alhamdulillah I manage to cope myself here, and I hope and pray to be better in the future.

It was around the 20th of July, the new students of KYSIS entered. Many of us are scholars; JPA, Bursary, PNB and Tabung Haji. The first three days was our orientation, we had 'ta'aruf'-based activities and games. We also had a barbecue dinner, we were not the one preparing the food though, we just ate. There were also performances prepared by us freshmen according to groups. We also went to the city of Malacca. We got to decide what to do there. I decided to join the group touring the historical site of Malacca. I went there before with my family, but seeing it again when I'm older, made me appreciate it more.

It was not that tiring and packed than the past orientation I've attended. The next Monday, we started our first class. The teachers and classmates are all friendly and special to me in their own way. I'm really grateful to Allah to be able to meet each one of them. There are no international student in our batch. But our teachers are from around the world; South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, America and many more and we have two delightful local teachers, oo, not to forget our Chinese Dr. Chia, the principal.

Tick tock tick tock, it has been 5 months already I'm in KYSIS and approximately around 7 months since I got out from dq. InsyaAllah, I'll do better every seconds coming. I'm taking A Level in pure science (physics, biology, Chemistry and maths). InsyaAllah, taking degree in science field in New Zealand the next one and a half years. InsyaAllah.

That's all... 

 Do pray for our Muslim brothers and sisters around the world.

May Allah bless our days, before, now and the comings and may He ease everything.
Thank you. Assalamualaikum
Beautiful sceneries from outside of the girl's apartment

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Another good result. Alhamdulillah.

Assalamualaikum everyone.

So today has yet to be another memorable day to me.

I've got my SPM results. Thanks so much to my dearest mama and ayah who have been giving me so much supports and motivations through out my days. My teachers who have been teaching me and being a very good example to me. My lovable classmates, especially my tablemate, and other girls who would help me and were always tjere whrn I need them.

My biggest gratitude and thanks to the one and only Allah who have been presenting my life with all those great people. For even giving me the opportunity to feel the happiness of being a straight As student. Than you Allah for everything.

To those who have achieved their result congratulations to those who've got what they've wanted, and may you achieve more success in the future, don't forget to be grateful to Allah and always be humble.
To those who didn't achieve what you've aimed, don't feel too sad or regretful or dissappointed, take it as a challenge for you to do better next time.

Remember life is not always good, there will be time when you will be the onw under. So, what is the most important is your effort. Allah count your effort not the result.

Remember to do work hard, pray hard and after that, put your full trust in Him and tawakkal. We do plan, but Allah decides everything based on our efforts and his will.

May my post tonight bring benefits to the readers.

SMI AL IRSYAD KUANTAN hugs and kisses ><
*mama ayah thanks for the Baby G

Thursday, 19 December 2013

Holiday (1st part)

Assalamualaikum.
Hi readers! So, it has been so long since my last entry. (But it's ok, cos this blog is mine).

It has been over a month since Malaysian schoolers went through our last-term-holiday. So, since this holiday started, I've done much activities, with my family and even by myself :)

My family( ayah, bros, sis) and I went to the new zoo at Gambang the same day of the last school day of 2013 - 15 Nov, Friday. The place was great! I was a new experienced of a zoo-visit (I've been to S'pore Zoo). The safari was actually the highlight(?). The animals were all free (it was actually grouped, so the carnivors won't eat other animals) and visitors will need to rode a fully-covered tram, for safety reasons. So it was a really new experience. I alsogot to meet and 'communicate' with animals that I've never seen before, such as llama, hyena and so many species of horses, birds, and others.
Some pictures at the zoo and animals seen during the safari,




Muneer feeding some cute colourful birds
Dinner at Simba Hill Gourmet Hall

I also went to tuition classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for the past 5 weeks. It was a pre-form 5 class. So it keeps me realize, that it is not so soon until my SPM exam.

So, some weeks before, heavy rains were hitting Kuantan and it was continous for 3 days, and as all Malaysians know, some low-land-places in Pahang, Terengganu and Johor have been affected with flood, these includes Kuantan. So Alhamdulillah, luckily my place was alright since it was situated at a higher place, whereas some houses at critical areas, like Sg. Isap, was very badly affected. The water at some houses even went up to more than 1.5 meters.
For these past weeks many NGOs, and even individual volunterees has come to these places to help those victims. Alhamdulillah, I too, got to be involved in some of these 'helping' activities.

So those were some of my activities for the first part of my year-end-holiday. I hope I'll have some time to post the second part.
Thanks for reading.
 Sorry for all the grammar mistakes. ;)

Assalamualaikum.

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

All the best Muaz.

Assalamualaikum. So today's post is especially dedicated to my brother Muaz, who just went to USIM to pursue his study for his 'asasi' and insyaAllah medic later on after the 'asasi'. ( Thusday on the 1st of June - in memory).

These are some photos at the registeration centre,


Thank you so much Muaz for everrything you've done to me, I really appreciate it, especially during our 2 years together at Hidayah. Good luck and we'll always pray the best for you. Muaz Fighting!!

Friday, 22 March 2013

Muaz, Congrats !!

Assalamualaikum,


1st of all I would like to say CONGRATULATIONS to my BROTHER, Muaz, who achieved 11A(s) (6A+, 4A and 1A-) for his SPM. I'm so proud of you, We're so proud of you. Alhamdulillah, alhamdulillah and alhamdulillah, we're so grateful to Allah for accepting our prayers.

So truthfully saying, my brother has been my role-model since I was in form 1, why??!! Because he had proven that success can be achieved if we try and put efforts on it. My brother's UPSR result was only 3A(s), but he took it positively and take it as a challenge for the future and Alhamdulillah, he has proven his abilities in his PMR, with getting 9A(s). So, basically Muaz was able to change the opinions of people who said that it was impossible for a 3A(s) students to get straight A(s) in PMR, not to mention straight A(s) for SPM. I too am proud of mama and ayah to have raised Muaz so well, Congratulations Mama and Ayah. I will always pray for my brother's success in the future. Non the less, also to my younger brother and sisters, good luck and do your best, show to the world that we can do it. Thanks, for the teachers (of Hidayah, Al-Amin, Al-Irsyad and AIIS) and to everyone helping. Once again, congratulations Muaz. Hope for a great future of yours, and make sure to make the best decision for your studies in university level.

InsyaAllah that's all for today, Assalamualaikum.
SPM 2012 result: 21/3/2013 a date to remember :)