As we know, our Malaysian government has proposed to implement school based assessment (SBA) in public schools in the attempt to replace the current public examinations that we practice today. Thus, for my own opinion, the implementation the school based assessment in our educational system could give the pros and cons toward many parties especially to students, teachers and schools. Because of our educational system is too reliance with the examination in order to assess the student’s performance and abilities or too exam-oriented, our teacher and also the students just come to school in a mission to attend the examination. Thus, they learn to memorize and recite the topic without have knowing the meaning of the topic. Hence, their ability is just in memorizing the facts and not has abilities to understand and relate the topic with the real world. Thus, when the school based assessment is implemented in schools, the students cannot just reliance and depend with the examination in order to assess their abilities and performance, but they also need to excel in other assessment like portfolios, projects, peer and self assessment. Hence, I believe that, by applying the SBA as an on-going assessment, it would enhance the students’ abilities and performance as well as could enhance the innovation of students.