My dear teacher,
How is everything? I hope you are keeping well. Do you still
remember me? I am June. You taught me for two years. Last year, I sat for my SPM
examination. Early this year I got my results. I obtained 11As and a B in
History. I am very elated but I guess I am not that good at remembering dates
I am sure you will be happy for me too. You are the first person I thought of
after receiving my SPM results. You have encouraged me to read a lot and to
improve my command of English. I was not that fluent before, but you have
confidence in me. I read a lot and learnt a lot of new vocabulary. With that, I
could write better and managed to achieve 1A in English Language and English in
Science and Technology.
I would also like to thank you for motivating me throughout my two years with
you. You are my role model. You have given me endless inspiration. You also took
me to motivational camps. There were two camps which I could not forget. Those
were incredible camps. They were the Summer Camp and the other one is the
Science Camp. I benefited tremendously from those camps and I am extremely
grateful that you had taken me there. I have developed my self-confidence,
discovered my abilities, and am not afraid to go beyond it. Thank you, teacher.
Teacher, you are always there for me. You gave me sound advice when I was
having problems. You always listened to my problems, my doubts and my
uncertainties. I appreciate it so much. I remembered the time when I did not see
eye to eye with Anis, you were there to help us patch up. Thanks to you, we are
now the best of friends!
My mother once told me that a good teacher would not have second thoughts
about making sacrifices for their students. I always doubt that. However, you
have proven how wrong I was. You sacrificed your money and time for me. You paid
my SPM fees when my father couldn't deliver the money on time. I was deeply
touched at that time. You were willing to sacrifice your time to cheer me up
when I failed my Biology and Chemistry papers in the trial examination. I was
stubborn then, and refused to listen to anybody. Nonetheless, you made me listen
to you. How could I ever repay you? Only God can.
I plan to go to university and do Pharmacy. It has been my dream since I was
small. I love being in the midst of wonder-working drugs, dispensing medicine
and helping patients recover. I am sure the course will be challenging but I
promise you, I will give my very best and will study extra hard to achieve my
Once again, my dear teacher, thank you very much for giving me the
opportunity to be the best and to be somebody.