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Girls lead in S.E.A.

by | Jul 2, 2014 | 3 comments

SHIVANNAThe top three students in this year’s Secondary Entrance Assessment Examination are all girls.

S.E.A. results were official released by the Education Ministry today.

Twelve year old Shivanna Chatoor is the 2014 top SEA performer.

The 12 year old attends the Avocat Vedic Primary School, at Siparia Old Road, Fyzabad.

The second place student, Cameel Juman , is from Grant Memorial Presbyterian.

Third place student, Arielle Rambharose is from San Fernando TML School.

All three students were assigned to Naparima Girls’ High School.

Additionally, the top student in the sister isle , Jevaughn Bruce, is from North Regional SDA and he was assigned to Bishop High School, Tobago.

Prime Minister, Kamla Persad Bissessar who visited the primary schools of the top three 2014 SEA students this morning said there are some very encouraging signs in the results.

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She said only 4.4. percent of students scored below the thirty percent mark this year compared to 13.3 percent in 2008.

Mrs. Persad Bissesar also commended all those who helped in their students developed.

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3 Comments

  1. talk d talk and walk d walk

    This preset administration in the moe continues to fail when it comes to transparency in the sea results. Every one should be able to see their child’s placement weather firest, second, third, or nineteen thousandth etc. This will help to quail parents who believe their children were unfairly placed and those who believe the top 200 students list is impromptu one.

  2. summer

    why didn’t they put the top 200 as well

  3. Anonymous

    An exceptional girl.I still believe the SEA is filled with flaws,The system cheats alot,I refer to placement.As it stands,20% to board schools,10 % to teachers own children of the prestogious secondary schools,10% to ministers families and children,10% of prominent business people who “pay ‘ to get in.