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  #1 Old 22-03-2012 Default PTPTN question

Hi all, I'm not sure whether I'm posting in the right place but here goes.

Is it true that we do not need to repay our debt to PTPTN if we score very high CGPA? I read in their website that it is only for those who applied before 2005.
I quote "Exemption of repayment will only be considered for borrowers who obtain first class honours for loans approved prior to 1st July 2005 ONLY by submitting an application."

I'm a diploma student currently under my university's scholarship which last for one year and it is about to end. I haven't applied for PTPTN yet. My CGPA is 4.00 (I'm a straight A's student in SPM).

Hope someone has gone through this and clarify this for me =)
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  #2 Old 23-03-2012 Default Re: PTPTN question

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Hi all, I'm not sure whether I'm posting in the right place but here goes.

Is it true that we do not need to repay our debt to PTPTN if we score very high CGPA? I read in their website that it is only for those who applied before 2005.
I quote "Exemption of repayment will only be considered for borrowers who obtain first class honours for loans approved prior to 1st July 2005 ONLY by submitting an application."

I'm a diploma student currently under my university's scholarship which last for one year and it is about to end. I haven't applied for PTPTN yet. My CGPA is 4.00 (I'm a straight A's student in SPM).

Hope someone has gone through this and clarify this for me =)
That's not true. As announced in the Budget 2010, PTPTN loans will be converted into scholarship for students who graduate with first class degree, starting year 2010.

So ya, if you can maintain your good results in uni, you don't have to pay back your PTPTN. But with that said, why don't you apply for other scholarship like JPA PIDN for example. CGPA of +/-3.70 is good enough.
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  #3 Old 23-03-2012 Default Re: PTPTN question

I'm the 2010 batch of SPM students, not this year.
I did apply for JPA but unfortunately was not offered anything.

So the loan-to-scholarship isn't applicable to diploma?

And do you know whether one can still apply for PTPTN if he is a recipient of an academic grant? (not scholarship)
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  #4 Old 26-03-2012 Smile Re: PTPTN question

hi! i have a ptptn question too...

for public uni, i apply for ptptn AFTER UPU results come out right?

what about for private uni?
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