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At the moment, most of the readability formulas that measure reading competency are based on English words, using average words per sentence and average syllables per word. Unlike English, words in Malay language are constructed differently and tend to have as much as five or six more syllables per word. This paper will discuss how the existing reading competency formulas are being analysed and improved in the effort of developing a better online screening instrument that can measure potentialdoi:10.11113/jt.v77.6517 fatcat:ral2tnzrhrd5tlwg2xyb7vc5uu