Penmanship not scored in SEA exam

Penmanship does not form part of the assessment for the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination and will not be scored. The assurance comes from Education Minister Anthony Garcia who sought...

July 28, 2017
T&T News

Gov't blamed for low SEA scores

Former education minister and Caroni East MP Dr Tim Gopeesingh has placed the blame for 12.3 percent of students making below 30 percent in the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination squarely...

July 06, 2017
Politics

Loop News Five at Five

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July 05, 2017
T&T News

Girls top SEA in Tobago

Girls have continued to outperform boys at the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Examination. In Tobago, the top three students were all girls. Of the top ten performing students in Tobago, on...

July 04, 2017
T&T News

Point Fortin produces top SEA student

This year’s top performing SEA student, Lexi Balchan, has come from the Point Fortin ASJA Primary School. She will attend Naparima Girls' High School, San Fernando.  Balchan ...

July 04, 2017
T&T News

SEA results to be released tomorrow

Results for the 2017 Secondary Entrance Assessment Examinations (SEA) will be released to schools on Tuesday. The Education Ministry today advised that all primary school principals should collect ...

July 03, 2017
T&T News