FullAMark now available at 7-Eleven outlets nationwide


KUALA LUMPUR: The much sought after interactive education portal and mobile app FullAMark is now available at all 7-Eleven outlets nationwide via MOLReloads.

Produced by The New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Berhad (NSTP), FullAMark is an online learning product developed specifically to improve the academic performance of students in public examinations.

The availability of FullAMark at all 7-Eleven outlets comes after the signing of trading terms between NSTP, 7-Eleven Malaysia Sdn Bhd and MOL AccessPortal Sdn Bhd.

All 7-Eleven stores that are equipped with MOLReloads, an electronic distribution application and terminal which distributes electronic vouchers with unique PIN codes will help promote the ‘Stock Keeping Unit’ (SKU) of FullAMark’s RM10 per subject and FullAMark’s RM35 per three-month packages.

NSTP Newspaper Sales and Distribution General Manager Sanusi Abdul Yusoh said the partnership would enable more consumers to purchase the subscription code directly from the 7-Eleven stores via MOLReloads which can be forward at almost every township in the country.

“New customers will have to buy the subscription code while existing customers can also buy the code for reloading purpose. Once they have the code, they just need to go into www.fullamark.com.my to register and then key in the subscription code at the Promotional Code column,” he said in a statement today.

Sanusi also said that FullAMark portal does not only have the most comprehensive content for exams, but it can also be accessed via various devices including smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop.

"Once students or parents subscribe to the portal, they can download the mobile application of FullAMark for free via smartphone or tablet which would allow them to do a revision of a particular subject, anytime and anywhere,” he said.

The portal offers core subjects, namely Bahasa Melayu (BM), English (BI), Science and Mathematics for Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) and Form 3 Assessment (PT3) candidates. Meanwhile, subject offered for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) are BM, English, Mathematics and History.

Students can access new exercises on FullAMark every week. The exercises provided are based on the syllabus and the latest assessment set by the Examination Board and are prepared by the writers of DIDIK, MINDA and SKOR which are the educational pullout of the BH newspaper, and School Times, the education pullout of the New Straits Times.

As part of the promotional campaign for customers patronising 7-Eleven outlets, FullAMark is offering 2,000 free e-tickets to Gambang Waterpark and Safari Park to the first 1,000 customers.

“Those who purchase the three-month package of RM35 will be entitled for two tickets (one adult and one kid) worth RM100. These e-tickets will be sent via e-mail once they activate the purchased code,” added Sanusi.